Tomo : friendship through fiction : an anthology of Japan teen stories

ISBN: 9781611720068, 1611720060
OCLC Number: 795688898
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
Editor: Holly Thompson
Language: en
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Publication Place: Berkeley, CA
English Publication Date: 2012
Notes: Contents: Shocks and tremors: Lost by Andrew Fukuda, Shuya's commute by Liza Dalby, Half life by Deni Y Béchard, Kazoku by Tak Toyoshima, Aftershocks by Ann Tashi Slater, Friends and enemies: Bad day for baseball by Graham Salisbury, Half a heart by Mariko Nagai, The bridge to Lillooet by Trevor Kew, Blue shells by Naoko Awa, translated by Toshiya Kamei, Borne by the wind by Charles De Wolf, Ghosts and spirits: The ghost who came to breakfast by Alan Gratz, House of trust by Sachiko Kashiwaba, translated by Avery Fischer Udagawa, Staring at the Haiku by John Paul Catton, Kodama by Debbie Ridpath Ohi, Where the silver droplets fall, transcribed and translated from Ainu into Japanese by Yukie Chiri, translated and illustrated by Deborah Davidson, Powers and feats: Yamada-san's toaster by Kelly Luce, Jet black and the ninja wind by Leza Lowitz and Shogo Oketani, Hachiro by Ryusuke Saito, translated by Sako Ikegami, The lost property office by Marji Napper, Anton and Kiyoshime by Fumio Takano, translated by Hart Larrabee, Talents and curses: Love right on the yesterday by Wendy Nelson Tokunaga, The dragon and the poet by Kenji Miyazawa, translated by Misa Dikengil Lindberg, Just wan-derful by Louise George Kittaka, Ichinichi on the Yamanote by Claire Dawn, A song for Benzaiten by Catherine Rose torres, Insiders and outsiders: Fleecy clouds by Arie Nashiya, translated by Juliet Winters Carpenter, The zodiac tree by Thersa Matsuura, One by Sarah Ogawa, Love letter by Megumi Fujino, translated by Lynne E. Riggs, Signs by Kaitlin Stainbrook, Wings on the wind by Yuichi Kimura, translated by Alexander O. Smith, Families and connections: The law of gravity by Yuko Katakawa, translated by Deborah Iwabuchi, The mountain drum by Chloë Dalby, Paper lanterns by Jennifer Fumiko Cahill, I hate Harajuku girls by Katrina Toshiko Grigg-Saito, Peace on earth by Suzanne Kamata. Cover and part-title illustrations by John Shelley.
Abstract: One year after the tsunami, this benefit fiction anthology helps teens learn about Japan and contribute to long-term relief efforts
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