Natsumi's Song Of Summer

byRobert Paul WestonIllustratorMisa Saburi

May 12, 2020|
Natsumi's Song Of Summer by Robert Paul Weston
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This sweet and gentle picture book celebrates summer in Japan, as one little girl shares her love for bugs with her cousin who is visiting from America.

Two young cousins who are separated by language, continent and culture meet for the first time when Jill''s family travels from America to Japan to stay with Natsumi''s family during the summer holidays. Natsumi''s nervousness about meeting her cousin from across the sea quickly disappears when she discovers that her cousin is a lot like her: they both love summertime''s hot sandy beaches, cool refreshing watermelon, festivals and fireworks. Then Jill asks Natsumi about the strange buzzing sound that comes from the nearby trees, and Natsumi is nervous once again. What if Jill is frightened of Natsumi''s cherished cicadas, the insects that sing the music of summertime?

This is a tender, evocative story that celebrates the special pleasures of summertime and of reunions with faraway family and friends.
ROBERT PAUL WESTON was born in Dover, England, but did most of his growing up in the small town of Georgetown, Ontario. Since then, he''s also spent time living in the US, Japan, Switzerland and the UK. He holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia and has been nominated for the Journey Prize and the Fount...
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Title:Natsumi's Song Of Summer
Format:Hardcover
Product dimensions:44 pages, 10.25 X 8.44 X 0.45 in
Shipping dimensions:44 pages, 10.25 X 8.44 X 0.45 in
Published:May 12, 2020
Publisher:Tundra
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780735265417

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