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Totto-chan - The Little Girl at the Window (1982) by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi This engaging series of childhood recollections tells about an ideal school in Tokyo during World War II that combined learning with fun, freedom, and love.
Totto-chan, the Little Girl at the Window is a children's book written by Japanese television personality and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Tetsuko Kuroyanagi.he book is about the values of the unconventional education that Kuroyanagi received at Tomoe Gakuen, a Tokyo elementary school founded by educator Sosaku Kobayashi during World War II, and it is considered her childhood memoir.
I read this book when I was young, and it became one of my favorite children's books. A Japanese girl finds love and friendship at an unconventional school that accepts her imaginative personality and differences. Heart-warming.
Totto Chan is one of the most inspiring children books i've ever come across and love. Reading it together now to my daughter. Trying not to be sneaky and finish the whole book by myself. The last chapter we read to her before bed tonight was rather sad and it was hard not to shed a tear! Find yourself a copy!
Totto-Chan: The Little Girl at the Window by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi. Had read a chapter in school and remember being totally mesmerized by it! The author's idea of a school was the best-est!
Totto-Chan: The Little Girl at the Window (1981) ♦ is a children's book written by Japanese television personality and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Tetsuko Kuroyanagi.
Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window A wonderful book about a fantastic school in Japan which caters really well to students who didn't fit into a one-size-fits-all education.
Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window: Amazon.co.uk: Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Chihiro Iwasaki: Books
Totto Chan A little girl at the window
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