Tokyo (My Globetrotter Book): Global the palm of your hands!

Tokyo (My Globetrotter Book): Global the palm of your hands!

by Marisha Wojciechowska, Angel Gyaurov


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Kids – Take a trip around the globe, and discover the fun and exciting adventures that await you!

What is the difference between a shrine and a temple? Practice writing in Japanese characters. Find the differences between old Edo and modern Tokyo. Draw a ninja running on the roofs. Find manga characters in the skyline. Color Mount Fuji. And so much more.

28 pages of games, educational puzzles and fun, for children 6 to 12 years. Brightly illustrated pages brimming with activities to explore culture and customs, some history, sites of interest, food, language, and much more. As a bonus, crack a secret code to print the seal and stick it on to your very own Globetrotter Certificate!

Other cities available too: New York, Paris, Bangkok, Quebec & Montreal


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781999215934
Publisher: My Globetrotter Book
Publication date: 08/06/2019
Pages: 28
Product dimensions: 8.27(w) x 11.69(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

The Canadian author, Marisha Wojciechowska, has lived in New York, Paris, Tokyo and Bangkok in the past 20 years and travels extensively with her family. Initially, she developed this refreshing and entertaining book concept wanting her son to discover the world on his own terms, in a fun and educational way. My Globetrotter Book was born from her passion for travel and discovery, but also and above all from her desire to awaken young minds to our vast and fascinating world.

The graphic signature of My Globetrotter Book was developed by Angel Gyaurov, based in Bulgaria. The author and her graphic designer have formed a team on numerous projects over the years and have jointly produced numerous reports published on behalf of their various international clients. My Globetrotter Book is published by Maria Wojciechowska.

Table of Contents

Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji

Mount Fuji

Metro & trains

From Edo to Tokyo

In the old days


Shrine or temple?

Be polite!

Culinary adventures

Unscramble Tokyo's neighborhoods

Childhood in Japan

The palace in town

Anime and manga

Beauty and strength

Japanes dolls

I spy in Tokyo

Tokyo quiz


Crack the Tokyo city code



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