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Guri and Gura's Special Gift

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The Guri and Gura series of illustrated children's books--aimed at younger readers--introduces two adorable field mice who fall into wonderful adventures and meet fascinating new friends. Incredibly popular in Japan, the eight books in the series are known for their emphasis on friendship and sharing. Now translated into English for the first time, and fully illustrated wi ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 15th 2003 by Tuttle Publishing
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ABC
Feb 20, 2011 ABC rated it liked it
Shelves: younger-kids
I am not crazy about Guri and Gura, but these mice are two of the most famous characters in Japanese children's books. In this story, a girl named Violet brings a squash. They break it open and then have a feast of yummy food made from the squash.
This book taught my son the word "squash", which I don't think he was very familiar with. Here in Japan, kabocha squash (in the book called "Violet squash") is generally called "pumpkin" in English.
Amar Pai
Jun 28, 2012 Amar Pai rated it it was ok
Nonsensical even by the lax standards of a Guri and Gura book.
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