The page layout is very neat. The word size and the image work well together. Some new katakana words are well related to the drawing so they are easy to understand without using dictionary. I would defiantly recommend this book to JPN 101 students!
I recommend this book for any first year students. The conversation uses a lot of the vocabulary that we have learned in class and the plot is very relatable so it is a lot of sentences and topics that you are likely to say and hear. It is very useful to read for studying or practicing.
I would recommend definitely recommend this book to First Year students! The story was very heartwarming and features a situation that I think a lot of people will be able to sympathize with. The drawings are also adorable and add a lot to the story! The style is adorable, and the text is placed well with the drawings to make each page interesting to look at.
I enjoyed this book! It was easy to read. Therefore, I recommend this to JPN 110 students. Most of the vocab is from the Genki Book chapter 1-4. The visuals are really cute and the author thought a lot on the style of the book like the font and the orientation of the book (very creative). To summarize, this book was about a cat named 伯(はく) that goes out on an adventure to find some fish to eat.
This is a really warm story, and I also recommend this book to JPN 110 students. There were few new words, but the pictures were good enough for us to understand the story. The plot was fantastic, and the characters were vivid. I was moved by the cat and its owner. They would never forget their memory.
ゼファーさんand her friend traveled to Tokyo after graduating from high school. They went to Japanese restaurants, visited temples and took a lot of beautiful pictures. At last, she went to Disneyland.
I like this book because there are a lot of beautiful sight-seeing photos, as well as photos of the author and her friend. The author uses many vocabulary and grammar we have learned in Chapter 1-8.
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!
This book is about what a conventional wedding looks like in today’s Japan. It is very interesting to see how the wedding happens in a shrine and the traditional rituals associated with it, such as drinking osake in front of the kamikima. I hope the book could provide more insight into why people do this though. I also found that Japanese people also give money to the new couple, which is very similar to what we do in China. And it is actually quite embarrassing if you forget to give the money.
I would recommend this book because of its simple grammar and interesting new terms. The illustrations are very beautiful as well.
I recommend this book, because it is very interesting and very easy to understand. This book is about a race between a rabbit and a tortoise. I believe most of the students have heard this story before when they were young. Therefore, it is very easy to understand the plot. When you do not need to worry about the plot, you can pay more attention to the vocabs. Unlike other books, even if there are new words in this book, students can still understand, since they already know the story. It will be really helpful for students to learn more vocabularies.
この本はおもしろいてしゃしんはきれいです。It makes me looking forward to watching Sakura next year. And it’s interesting to know that Sakura blossoms at different times because of the difference in location.
I recommend this book for First Year Japanese students. It’s easy to read and brings beautiful expectations for spring in cold winter.