Monday, September 18, 2017

NetGalley Review:Kuma-Kuma Chan's Travels by Kazue Takahashi


Title: Kuma-Kuma Chan's Travels
Author: Kazue Takahashi
Publisher: Museyon
Published: Sept. 11, 2017
Pages: 52 
Genre: Children
Review: ebook provided by NetGalley and publisher
Buy Links: Amazon, 

In the third book in the Kuma-Kuma Chan series, the title character flies off to a south sea isle where he lies in the sun and drifts into a lazy snooze. He climbs to the summit of a mountain and views the sunrise while drinking a cup of hot chocolate. Instead of physically setting out for one place or another, Kuma-Kuma travels freely all over the world - inside his head. Once again, Kuma-Kuma Chan charms as he exemplifies the joy of a simple, peaceful, life. With its spare text and delightful illustrations, this small-format picture book invites readers to explore their own imaginations and create their own travels.

We received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review.

This is cute book for kids I would say about 6 on down it is short and uses the imagination of Kuma-Kuma and the places he can visit. 
With this story A and I imagination on what we would see if we would Kuma-Kuma. Overall a decent read for little ones. I did notice the price of this ebook and honestly it would be a price I wouldn't spend. 

Kazue Takahashi is a Japanese illustrator and children's book author whose debut book Kuma-Kuma Chan was published in Japan in 2001. She has since authored several other books for children and contributed her illustrations to books by other authors.

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