この本は楽しいですよ！私は絵が大好きです。Getting to travel along with the author of the book is actually really interesting and the questions the author poses along the way keep you engaged.
I would highly recommend this book to other Japanese 110-111 students because it uses grammar that they would know, and it also uses kanji that they should have already learned. The drawings are very simple, neat, and nice to look at. I definitely like the use of simple phrases like いただきます as well.に
I really like this story, though I kind of felt sad reading the ending (I won’t do spoiler!). The story has a brand new setting to me which attracted me so much to keep reading. The plot was quite smooth to follow and the drawing is soooooo good. Have to rate 5 stars for the drawing. Thanks to senpai for drawing and writing this tadoku book!
I recommend this book to Japanese 110 students. It is very simple but with a lot of katakana, so it can be a great practice. It includes a lot of vocabulary and grammar that 110 students have just learned. The plot is very common and easy to follow. The pictures in the book are cute.
This book is very interesting for people to read while learning some new vocabularies. You can easily understanding this story with the picture. I recommend this book to JPN 110 students.
This book is really interesting. It includes both hiragana and katakana with interesting plot. Pictures are really cute, too. I learned a lot of animal names through this book. I recommend everyone in JPN 110 to read this book.
今週、この本をよみました。この本はとてもおもしろくて、たくさん 写真 があります. お正月 は 忙しくて、てもおもしろいです.
This book talks about a lot of traditions in Japan’s new year. There are a lot of new words to learn! This book helps students to understand more about Japanese culture by watching a lot of pictures. We can know the content even we do not know about words because of pictures provided. Very interesting book for people to read.
I would definitely recommend this book to other people wanting to find on-level readings! The drawings in this book were really beautiful, and I loved the small details that the author included like the captions on the Polaroid pictures and how Hoshiko’s name was written in the stars! I hope to see more books like this!
I highly recommend this book to Japanese first semester students. It introduces both the sakura culture and Japanese geography. There are a lot of interesting details like お花見 and that Japan is divided into 沖縄，九州，四国，本州，and 北海道. Vocabularies and kanjis in this book are very easy, and the book is a good practice for beginners.
This book talks a lot about 二口女 as a very typical Japanese ghost. It presents her in a very cute and interesting way. I love the pictures in the book. They kind of connects 二口女 to the pop culture. ( like how she use hair to grab beverages haha). This idea is brilliant and I learn a lot about Japanese culture!
This book is easy to read because we’ve learned all the grammars. Although there are some kanjis we haven’t learned, we still can guess the meanings from the picture. The story is interesting but kind of sad. If you have a dog or cat, I don’t recommend this book because you will definitely cry!