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  1. Hi Tina!

    I know how difficult it is after parent(s) leave after an extended stay so I completely understand not taking photos.

    And you know that when I saw a post about Japan I just had to open it and see what you’ve been up to. You’re so sweet to link to our posts on Japan!

    I was in the attic last weekend (I didn’t find what I was looking for) but came across Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes and brought it down to read with the children, although they may yet be a little young at 6 & 8.

    I haven’t (yet) read any of your other recommendations, but The Big Wave has been on my ‘radar’ for a while. The Wise Owl Factory has a powerpoint and PDF to go with it.

    What will your next adventure in learning take you?

  2. I have a collection of multicultural books at home. I am always looking for good books to expand it. I saw the title and image of “Tea with Milk” and I had to go to investigate on Amazon. I like how the author includes the story of his own mother and her journey. It is always fun to read the author’s personal notes on the book. Thanks for posting.

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