In the Meadow by Yukiko Kato
(Being in the World)

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In the Meadow is our first book in our Being in the World series, a collection of nature books from Japan. Each book will focus on what it feels like to be in a particular place. In this book, a little girl experiences what it’s like to be alone in a field where the grass is as tall as she is and there are many insects and sounds. The book ends on a peaceful note, with mommy and daughter together.

Yukiko Kato is a famous Japanese novelist.

Komako Sakai is well known for Emily’s Balloon and The Snow Day, both of which received starred reviews and an enthusiastic reception.

 

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Yukiko Kato: Yukiko Kato was born in 1936 in Sapporo, Japan. A famous novelist, she has been the recipient of many awards. Alive to the natural world, Kato has loved nature, wild animals and insects since she was a child. While her passion is writing, she also loves studying animals and plants. She is a member of the Wild Bird Society of Japan. Komako Sakai: Komako Sakai was born in Hyogo, Japan, in 1966. After graduating from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Sakai worked at a kimono textile design company. She is currently one of the most popular author/illustrators in Japan. Her books Emily's Balloon and The Snow Day have been published in the US and were received with starred reviews and much acclaim.
 
Published May 17, 2011 by Enchanted Lion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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While Mommy unpacks the family's supplies on the beach and Daddy and Yu-Chan's brother wade in the shallow water, she follows the butterfly through a meadow of tall green grass and plants, the leaves on the ground tickling her ankles.

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