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Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein
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Apr 21, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: lled-catalog
Recommended to Melody by: my dear friend
Recommended for: teachers
Read in April, 2009 , read count: 1

Illustrator: Mark Reibstein
Publisher: Little Brown Young Readers
Date of Publication: 2008

Genre: Fiction picture book, Animal character
Reading Level: age 4-8
Theme: Identity, personification

Curricula Use: teach children in independent reading situation
teach as a read aloud
Social Issues: Japanese Cultural Insight

Text & Pictures: the illustrations in this book are phenomenal. The pictures help to tell the story.
Summary: Wabi Sabi is a Japanese cat that wants to find out the meaning of her name. She wanders around to anyone she can find to give her the meaning and they tell her its too hard to explain. She eventually finds out that her name means beautiful and ordinary.

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