Originally published in Japan in 1977, ‘Everyone Poops’ introduces the novel concept that yes, everyone poops. Each page has an adorable and hilarious illustration of a human or animal pooing (child friendly, of course) and a simple statement about the animal and its waste. The colourful illustrations are sure to bring a smile to your face no matter what age you are.
Doing your best to stay home and reduce the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus can be even harder if you’ve got some bored and restless kids to take care of, too. Well, it’s never too early to expose the little ones to new cultures. These Japanese children’s books, filled with adorable illustrations and inspiring stories, have all been translated into English and are popular with children all over the world.
These books can even help you learn hiragana and kanji – the latter is paired with furigana to make reading and pronouncing those complex kanji easier. Settle in for bedtime or a study session with these cute and engaging kids’ books.
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