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Describes the history, geography, government, economics, and people of Japan.
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Susan Sinnott has written two books in the American Girl Collection by the Pleasant Company. She has also written for Children’s Press, Franklin Watts, and Millbrook Press and contributed to Cobblestone and Cricket magazines. Her Extraordinary Hispanic Americans was chosen as an ALA Best Reference Book of 1993. Susan Sinnott lives with her two children in Maine.Review:
Did you know that trains in Japan are so crowed they hire pushers to cram people on board? Although the text is simple enough for younger readers, the information is well chosen so they can fully grasp the key concepts of Japanese life. The book welcomes --Children's Literature
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