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ぐりとぐらのかいすいよく [Guri to Gura no kaisuiyoku] Rieko Nakagawa

ぐりとぐらのかいすいよく [Guri to Gura no kaisuiyoku]

Rieko Nakagawa

Published April 1st 1977
ISBN : 9784834005288
32 pages
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In Guri and Gura s Seaside Adventure, the two field mice find an empty bottle on the beach. Inside are a map, two swimming tubes, and a letter from the Sea Giant. They swim out to the Pearl Lighthouse to meet their new friend, where they spend theMoreIn Guri and Gura s Seaside Adventure, the two field mice find an empty bottle on the beach. Inside are a map, two swimming tubes, and a letter from the Sea Giant. They swim out to the Pearl Lighthouse to meet their new friend, where they spend the day learning new, fun swimming strokes. This wonderful tale of friendship and sharing will delight children and their parents.Author Bio:Rieko Nakagawa was born in Sapporo in 1935. Her first childrens book, The No-no Nursery School (Iya Iya En), illustrated by her younger sister,Yuriko Yamawaki, was based on her experiences as a daycare worker in Japan.Together, Rieko and Yuriko have produced many unique childrens books and essays, including the Guri and Gura series. Yuriko Yamawaki was born in Tokyo in 1941. Besides illustrating her sisters work,Yuriko has created many of her own childrens books, including Keikos Flying Cats Cradle (Sora o Tonda Keiko no Ayatori).Translator Peter Howlett was born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan and is currently an EFL teacher at Hakodate La Salle Junior & Senior High Schools. Richard McNamara, specializes in the poetry of Edmund Spenser and the psychology of stress, and is currently lecturing at Kyushu Lutheran College, Kumamoto. Both are officials of The Dr.Wildcat Committee and are regular contributors to the Shukan Kinyobi magazine.