Guri and Gura's Playtime Book of Seasons

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Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 27 pages
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The enchanting Guri and Gura series follows the wonderful adventures of two adorable field mice. Incredibly popular in Japan, these illustrated books for younger children are known for their emphasis on friendship and sharing. Now translated into English for the first time, and fully illustrated with watercolor drawings, these books are sure to capture kids' imaginations. Follow Japan's favorite field mice through the seasons in this joyous book, fully illustrated with vibrant watercolor drawings.

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Nakagawa was born in Sapporo, Japan, in 1935.

Yamawaki was born in Tokyo in 1941. She resides in Tokyo.

Peter Howlett is an expert on the economic history of the First and Second World Wars and contributed the text for the official history: Fighting with Figures. Dr Howlett's publications also explore international economic growth and convergence since 1870 and the development of internal labor markets and have appeared in edited volumes and journals such as the Economic History Review, Explorations in Economic History and Business History. He teaches at the London School of Economics and is Secretary of the Economic History Society.

McNamara is currently lecturing at Kyushu Lutheran College, Kumamoto, Japan.

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