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Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear

K. Takahashi

Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear

by K. Takahashi

  • 58 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Museyon in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bears,
  • Seasons,
  • Juvenile fiction

  • About the Edition

    Speculates on what Kuma-Kuma Chan the bear does all day.

    Edition Notes

    StatementKazue Takahashi
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27208803M
    ISBN 101940842018
    ISBN 109781940842011
    OCLC/WorldCa891618631

    Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear features soft, dreamy illustrations and a deceptively simple design that makes it easy for early readers to follow along. Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear ($, 52 pages, ISBN ) is enjoyable for children of all ages, parents, and collectors of illustrated books. Kuma-Kuma Chan's Home is an English translation of a beloved Japanese children's book written and illustrated by Kazue is the second title in the Kuma-Kuma Chan series that features Kuma-Kuma, a cute little bear.

    Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Home is a perfect little book to keep on personal library shelves for those times when companionship—and cuteness—is needed. Ages 3 and up. Museyon, | ISBN World Letter Writing Day Activity. Tea Time Stationery. Today, take a little tea time and write a short letter to a friend, a family member, or. ButWas there a picture book with a bear? I only knew Kintaros story book. Ah, there was the song The Bear-san in the foresttoo. I tried to recall my childhood, but there were just a lot of parts I couldnt remember. Well, I didnt think I could write any story other than the one I knew the best. I started sketching a little girl.

    Picture books: The Arrival by Shaun Tan; Shadow by Suzy Lee; Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak; Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats; Clever Little Witch written by Mượn Thị Văn, illustrated by Hyewon Yum; Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear by Kazue Takahashi; Dad by My Side by Soosh; Drawn Together, written by Minh Lê, illustrated by Dan. When a boy receives an invitation in the mail from Kuma-Kuma Chan, a friendly bear who lives far away, he travels by train, bus, and finally on foot to reach Kuma-Kuma Chan’s home. Kuma-Kuma Chan welcomes him and serves tea. Even though the two don’t have a lot to talk about, just by spending time together, sharing the day’s activities they bond and create a friendship and .


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This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to find a permanent place on the bedside table. With sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as “cute little bear.”/5(24).

This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to find a permanent place on the bedside table With sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as cute little bear/5.

Overview This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to the Little Bear book a permanent place on the bedside tableWith sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as "cute little bear.".

This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to find a permanent place on the bedside tableWith sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as “cute little bear.” Making its first appearance in English, this.

This is a review of this book.] As the title suggests, Kuma-Kuma Chan is a little bear. He lives alone in the woods, and this is the story of how a friend thinks he spends his day.

Both the illustrations and the story are spare, but charming. It is a book that needs to be experienced, it can't be described/5(23). Meet Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear by Kazue Takahashi, The book opens with an appropriately abrupt start when the unseen narrator tells us that his favorite little bear is Kuma-Kuma Chan.

I love a good non-sequitur, and children are pros at stating them as well as connecting to them. Following up on her initial book about Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear, Japanese artist and author Kazue Takahashi returns with this second contemplative look at the solitary time the narrator, rather than wondering what Kuma-Kuma Chan is up to, visits his friend for the day/5.

This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to find a permanent place on the bedside table. With sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as “cute little bear.”Brand: Museyon.

Kuma-Kuma Chan (“cute little bear” in Japanese) stars in his second book to be translated for English-speaking audiences. In this episode, a young man receives an invitation to the animal’s home. Although the trek involves catching a train, riding a bus, and walking, he : Kazue Takahashi.

Get this from a library. Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear. [Kazue Takahashi] -- With sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as. (Picture book. )" Kuma-Kuma Chan ("cute little bear" in Japanese) stars in his second book to be translated for English-speaking audiences.

Read full book review > TOP LISTS. Best Middle-Grade Graphic Novels of Best Middle-Grade Nonfiction of Best Middle-Grade Biographies & Memoirs of   Originally published in Japan by Kazue Takahashi, a Japanese illustrator and children’s book author, Kuma-Kuma Chan takes children on a journey through an imaginary day in the life of an adorable little bear.

The illustrations are minimalist and calming, Kuma-Kuma Chan himself looks a like a puffy brown cloud. Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear is the first English translation release of her work. Picture Book 52 pages, 5 1/4 x 6 3/4 26 Illustrations Age Lexile: L US$ CAN$ December Add to Cart.

Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear, by Kazue Takahashi Courtesy IPG Book In this book of simple drawings, lone bear Kuma-Kuma Chan does lone-bear things: He naps, makes salad, cuts his fingernails Author: Thu-Huong Ha.

This charming book is the second title in the series of the beloved children’s books, Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear. A Note From the Publisher The author, Kazue Takahashi is a Japanese illustrator and children’s book author whose debut book Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear was published in Japan in   This lovingly rendered, meditative book on friendship is sure to find a permanent place on the bedside table.

With sparse text and a deceptively simple, beautiful design, Japanese author/illustrator Kazue Takahashi brings to life the world of Kuma-Kuma Chan, which loosely translates from the Japanese as “cute little bear.”3/5(1).

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If you’re a chan-aholic like me, get excited, because there is a new children’s book coming your way that is all about the chan. The beloved children’s book, Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear, originally written by Kazue Takahashi and published in Japan inhas just been translated into English, republished.

Kazue Takahashi is a Japanese illustrator and children’s book author whose debut book Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear was published in Japan in She has since authored several other books for children, including Kuma Chan on a Rainy Day (about a bear cub exploring a playground in the rain) and Nyaako Chan (about a stray kitten who.

Kuma-Kuma Chan, the Little Bear - lovingly rendered, meditative book on ing System: Web. Beloved Japanese Children’s Book Makes Its English Debut Kuma-Kuma Chan, The Little Bear written and illustrated by Kazue Takahashi (Museyon Press, ; $, Ages ) “I sometimes wonder what Kuma-Kuma Chan does during the day?” Japanese author and illustrator Kazue Takahashi.The title is literally Kuma in Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji, and then the borrowed word "bear" from the English language.

The novel is literally titled "Bear Bear Bear Bear, " and yet somehow I'd argue the author has a much better naming sense than most light novel authors. That aside, a brief summary of what I think: it lacks depth, but it's cute.Read Chapter 65 - Bear-san Draws A Picture Book from the story Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear by XDwella with reads.

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