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How My Parents Learned to Eat

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

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    International Challenge.

    *Wonderful storyline about learning someone's way of eating. *Good, attractive color illustrations. *Enjoyable story of wanting to learn another person's customs. *Delightful. *Engaging. *Beautiful story to teach respect of each person's lifestyle and being willing to make another person comfortable.

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  • Posted June 13, 2009

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    How My Parents Learned To Eat--A Fantastic Story

    When I was a little girl and Reading Rainbow was still on television, I distinctly remember a story that they read to us but I could never find the book.

    Now I'm a college student in the teaching field, I was researching lesson plans about Japan and I ran across this book from my childhood. I knew I needed it so I ordered it without remembering how great it was. This book it simply amazing! The artwork for the story is perfect, the story itself is so well told that even as a grown woman I still enjoy it, and it's the most adorable love story I've ever read in a children's book. Most of all if you're looking from a teacher view it's culturally enriching and can teach children about Japan, that it's okay to learn to use different things, and never to be scared to try new things.

    The book is adorable and the characters John and Aiko seem so real and lifelike from their timid affection towards each other, to their embarrassment about themselves because they know so little about each others culture and how to use chopsticks and forks and knives, to how their joy when they know they're going to see each other again just leaps off the page you find yourself as in love with them as they're in love with each other.

    I love this book so much! If you ever need it for whatever reason, please order it! You won't regret it. This book is fun, exciting, cute, lovable, and I could go on and on all day about how great it is. I hope you like it as much as I did!

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