Yotsuba&!, Volume 5

Yotsuba&!, Volume 5


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Yotsuba&!, Volume 5 by Kiyohiko Azuma

Yotsuba met a robot at Ena's house! Betcha haven't met one ever! It was THIIIIIS big - but not bigger than Jumbo or anything - and it ate money! Yotsuba's never met anyone who ate money before! Maybe it gets more powers with more money!? Yotsuba should try giving it more money next time! Huh...what happens when money-eating robots get full? Do they have to go to the little robots' room? Hmmmm...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316073929
Publisher: Yen Press
Publication date: 09/15/2009
Series: Yotsuba&! Series , #5
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 190,885
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 18 Years

About the Author

Kiyohiko Azuma is the bestselling creator of AZUMANGA DAIOH and the critically acclaimed YOTSUBA&! which won the Excellence Prize in the manga category at the Japan Media Arts Festival in 2006. The series was also nominated for an Eisner Award in the U.S. in 2008 and has been a regular New York Times bestseller.

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Yotsuba&!, Volume 5 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Another good volume. The adorable...ness is well, adorable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Greatest comic book I've ever read!!! Anyone who likes anime and adorable little kids will love this book.
thebookcharacter More than 1 year ago
Content Rating: G Star Rating: 4.5 stars (really liked it) Check out my the review on my blog! Called "thebookcharacter" on blogspot (dot com). Opinions: I enjoyed this short and pretty much easy read. At first though it was hard for me to get use to reading right to left (as you must do in this book), and I was also confused about Yotsuba's relationship with everyone in the book. She calls the mother of her neighboring friends "Mom", but she is not actually Yotsuba's mother. I would recommend reading this series in order, and not jumping in on the fifth book (which happened to be the one I could get my hands on first). Unless, of course, the reader is willing to figure out who is who as they go along. I would suggest hopping on the Internet and searching Yotsuba&! if you do not plan to start with the first book. If you look up Yotsuba&! on Wikipedia, there is an article/page that answered my questions easily enough without giving away what happened in the other books (I did not read the entire article however, just the several beginning paragraphs about Yotsuba and Koiwai). Overall, this was a fun, clean, carefree read. I would not mind at all to go through this book again, nor the rest of the books in the series. (Which I hope to get a hold of soon!) The drawings/manga are great (I really liked them, especially pictures of the city) and the story is humorous and entertaining, what else could you want? Iffy Content: None. Yotsuba (the main character) often whines or seemingly yells to get her way, which was slightly annoying, but she is five. She also has a fight/argument with Yanda (a newer friend of her Daddy, who isn't very nice or mature for that matter), and they use the word "poop" and call each other "moron" (pg 66-86).
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Yotsuba is a hilarious and confused 6 year old girl. Reading her stories always makes me laugh out loud!:) I can't wait for volume 6!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is so funny! I mean, I have read SO many manga's,but this is the funnest thing Ive read! I can't wait to buy the 6th one!!