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by Junko Morimoto
An inch-high boy proves himself a warrior by vanquishing the dreaded giant red demon with his cunning and bravery. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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Junko Morimoto was born in Hiroshima and came to live in Australia in 1982. She has written and illustrated many best-selling picture books including MY HIROSHIMA, THE INCH BOY, KOJURO AND THE BEAR (Winner CBC Best Picture Book 1987), THE TWO BULLIES (Winner CBC Best Picture Book 1998) and RUN DAMON, RUN! (with Anne Ingram). Country of Publication. Random House AU Children's Books. Winner of NSW Premier's Literary Award Ethel Turner Prize 1997.
The Inch Boy by Junko Morimoto is a great book for elementary school kids learning about Japan.
Name: Junko Morimoto. DOB: she was born in Hiroshima in 1932. she survived the atomic attack in 1945. Fact: she migrated to Australia in 1982 and is still living here in Sydney! My Hiroshima is a picture book that Junko wrote. Junko is 83 now and she still remembers clearly she was only 13 years old, a school girl when the bomb struck Hiroshima. She stayed home that day because she had a stomach bug, she was with her older brother and 2 elder sisters. Her dad had gone out to get a haircut. it was a warm summer day in Hiroshima until she heard a loud aircraft sound.
Puffin Picture Book 10 - a book of trains by W J Bassett-Lowke and F E Courtney, 1941/49 by mikeyashworth. One of the beautiful Penguin Books "Puffin Picture Books", this on the then strongly 'boys' pursuit of trains. 7. 5. Ah! A book of childhood delights! One of the beautiful Penguin Books "Puffin Picture Books", this on the then strongly 'boys' pursuit of trains. First published during wartime austerity in 1941 this is a later reprint. The authors include W J Bassett-Lowke whose family had long involvement in model railway construction.
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