I recommend the book to JPN110 students. The plot is pretty easy and interesting, and there are no difficult words and sentences. I like the pictures and the story a lot. The turning at the end is good.
I read this book for around 5 mins. I chose this book basically because I wanna practice my katakana reading skill. However, I feel a little bit frustrated when I read this book for a while. It’s really hard for me to understand messages from the book. But it’s kind of interesting in form of texting messages in friend groups.
This book was created by my friend Mabel! We were doing homework in the library together. I was reading one of the Yomu Yomu books and Mabel asked me what I was doing. Then we started to read her book together.
I would definitely recommend this book to first-year Japanese learners, especially to introverted students at Smith College. Mabel and Ray used vocabulary that we’ve learned, and I find it pretty easy to read. The story itself is also simple and interesting.
I really like this book and would recommend it to first-year Japanese learners. The author uses vocabulary that we learned, as well as some new vocabulary in describing food and tourist attractions. They also use grammar structures that we’ve just learned!
The author wrote about her traveling in Japan. She visited Hokkaido, Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. She took a lot of beautiful pictures, and most of those pictures are food. While the pictures make me really want to visit Japan and try Japanese food, I would not recommend people reading it at night like I did, because the food simply looks too good.
この本は楽しいですよ！私は絵が大好きです。Getting to travel along with the author of the book is actually really interesting and the questions the author poses along the way keep you engaged.
I would highly recommend this book to other Japanese 110-111 students because it uses grammar that they would know, and it also uses kanji that they should have already learned. The drawings are very simple, neat, and nice to look at. I definitely like the use of simple phrases like いただきます as well.に
I recommend this book for any first year students. The conversation uses a lot of the vocabulary that we have learned in class and the plot is very relatable so it is a lot of sentences and topics that you are likely to say and hear. It is very useful to read for studying or practicing.
I would recommend definitely recommend this book to First Year students! The story was very heartwarming and features a situation that I think a lot of people will be able to sympathize with. The drawings are also adorable and add a lot to the story! The style is adorable, and the text is placed well with the drawings to make each page interesting to look at.
I enjoyed this book! It was easy to read. Therefore, I recommend this to JPN 110 students. Most of the vocab is from the Genki Book chapter 1-4. The visuals are really cute and the author thought a lot on the style of the book like the font and the orientation of the book (very creative). To summarize, this book was about a cat named 伯(はく) that goes out on an adventure to find some fish to eat.
This is a really warm story, and I also recommend this book to JPN 110 students. There were few new words, but the pictures were good enough for us to understand the story. The plot was fantastic, and the characters were vivid. I was moved by the cat and its owner. They would never forget their memory.
I really like this story, though I kind of felt sad reading the ending (I won’t do spoiler!). The story has a brand new setting to me which attracted me so much to keep reading. The plot was quite smooth to follow and the drawing is soooooo good. Have to rate 5 stars for the drawing. Thanks to senpai for drawing and writing this tadoku book!