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Carp for Kimiko – Japan, A C
Virginia Kroll Charlesbridge Publisher, 1996  
Coloring Book of Japan EH
  Bellerophon Books  
Cool Melons Turn to Frogs: The Life and Poems of Issa EH
Matthew Gollub, trans. Lee and Low Books, 1998  
Crow Boy F
Taro Yashima Puffin Books-Penguin, 1976  
Grandpa’s Town C
Takaaki Nomura Kane/Miller Publishers, 1995  
Grass Sandals: The Travels of Basho EH
Dawnine Spivak Simon and Schuster, 1997  
Manjiro: The Boy Who Risked His Life for Two Countries B/MH
Emily A. McCully Farrar, Strauss, Giroux, 2008  
Japanese Prints Coloring Book MH
  Dover Press  
Magic Fan, The F
Keith Baker Voyager Books, 1989  
Peach Boy and Other Japanese Children’s Favorite Stories F
Florence Sakenda Tuttle Publishing, 1958  
Shining Princess, The: Japanese Legends and Other Tales F
Eric Quayle Little Brown and Co., 1989  
Michael Forman, illus.  
Wabi Sabi EH
Mark Reibstein Little Brown, 2008  
Wakame Gatherers C
Holly Thompson, illus. Kazumi Wilds/Shen’s Books, 2007  
Yoko C
Rosemary Wells Hyperion, 1998  

See also:

Japan Society: Children’s Books Annotated Bibilography –

Young students also enjoy "Kamishibai," large board books such as those used by traditional story-tellers in Japan.

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