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Shelves: japan , cooking-recipes , mystery , pets , education-school , , childrens. Then I discovered this chapter book and thought it would be a fun read as well. I never really knew anything about the origins of the talisman, but I knew the figurines were considered lucky and were often seen in restaurants and stores. We lived in Japan for four years and the cats are ubiquitous there.

You can find out more at the Wikipedia page here. This was a poignant tale about the fragile health of local businesses, with a once-popular bakery in danger of being put out of business. The incorporation of Maneki Neko into the story adds a bit of Japanese culture and we enjoyed talking about the Anpan - yummy Azuki bean paste inside a bun - it's a delicious treat! I wouldn't call this a traditional mystery, but the story ends in a mystical way. Overall, we enjoyed reading this story together.

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I'm not sure how many other books are out there offering a version of this tale, but we will keep looking for them. A young girl, Sara, loves her grandmother's bakery --not only for its delicious Japanese buns and pastries, but for the time she spends there with Obaachan, her grandmother. When Maneki Neko, the bakery's lucky cat statue, goes missing, Sara wonders if the bakery's luck is gone for good. With the help of a school friend, Jake, and the inspiration of a mysterious night-time cat, Sara resolves to find the missing statue.

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This is an easy-to-read chapter book for ages It is not so much a traditi A young girl, Sara, loves her grandmother's bakery --not only for its delicious Japanese buns and pastries, but for the time she spends there with Obaachan, her grandmother. It is not so much a traditional mystery story, but a story with a mystery or perhaps a touch of magic --the reader can decide. May 1, release date some book stores have it now. This story emerged from my interest in Japanese beckoning cat statues maneki nekos , an-pan, and a love for bakeries and grandparents in general.

Jun 10, Yolanda Ridge rated it it was amazing Shelves: chapter-book. This book is a fast paced and interesting - it held the attention of my 5 year olds who made me read it through in one sitting! I loved the characters and the incorporation of details about Japanese culture.

The ending was satisfying with a little mystery left to the imagination of the reader. Very enjoyable! Jun 06, Jayanne rated it really liked it Shelves: elementary. Well done beginning chapter book with a clever plot. Sunnyolaf rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Tara Elliott rated it liked it Mar 24, Stacey rated it liked it May 06, Tanya Kyi rated it it was amazing Dec 24, Veronika Cameron rated it it was ok Sep 13, Nick rated it it was amazing Mar 17, Breanna Mann rated it really liked it Nov 06, Miss Corene rated it really liked it Aug 15, Gabriel Fowler rated it it was amazing May 09, Jay added it May 05, Yeji added it Jul 28, Jennifer Heise marked it as to-read Jun 17, Jenny marked it as to-read Dec 03, Aasia Ansari marked it as to-read May 22, Clara Ellen marked it as to-read Jun 25, Milan added it Jan 26, Elham marked it as to-read Mar 29, Potato marked it as to-read Apr 07, Shelves: japan , cooking-recipes , mystery , pets , education-school , , childrens.

Then I discovered this chapter book and thought it would be a fun read as well. I never really knew anything about the origins of the talisman, but I knew the figurines were considered lucky and were often seen in restaurants and stores. We lived in Japan for four years and the cats are ubiquitous there. You can find out more at the Wikipedia page here. This was a poignant tale about the fragile health of local businesses, with a once-popular bakery in danger of being put out of business. The incorporation of Maneki Neko into the story adds a bit of Japanese culture and we enjoyed talking about the Anpan - yummy Azuki bean paste inside a bun - it's a delicious treat!

I wouldn't call this a traditional mystery, but the story ends in a mystical way.


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Overall, we enjoyed reading this story together. I'm not sure how many other books are out there offering a version of this tale, but we will keep looking for them.

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A young girl, Sara, loves her grandmother's bakery --not only for its delicious Japanese buns and pastries, but for the time she spends there with Obaachan, her grandmother. When Maneki Neko, the bakery's lucky cat statue, goes missing, Sara wonders if the bakery's luck is gone for good. With the help of a school friend, Jake, and the inspiration of a mysterious night-time cat, Sara resolves to find the missing statue. This is an easy-to-read chapter book for ages It is not so much a traditi A young girl, Sara, loves her grandmother's bakery --not only for its delicious Japanese buns and pastries, but for the time she spends there with Obaachan, her grandmother.

It is not so much a traditional mystery story, but a story with a mystery or perhaps a touch of magic --the reader can decide. May 1, release date some book stores have it now. This story emerged from my interest in Japanese beckoning cat statues maneki nekos , an-pan, and a love for bakeries and grandparents in general.

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Jun 10, Yolanda Ridge rated it it was amazing Shelves: chapter-book. This book is a fast paced and interesting - it held the attention of my 5 year olds who made me read it through in one sitting! I loved the characters and the incorporation of details about Japanese culture.

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The ending was satisfying with a little mystery left to the imagination of the reader. Very enjoyable!

Jun 06, Jayanne rated it really liked it Shelves: elementary. Well done beginning chapter book with a clever plot. Sunnyolaf rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Tara Elliott rated it liked it Mar 24, Stacey rated it liked it May 06, Tanya Kyi rated it it was amazing Dec 24, Veronika Cameron rated it it was ok Sep 13, Nick rated it it was amazing Mar 17, Breanna Mann rated it really liked it Nov 06, Miss Corene rated it really liked it Aug 15, Gabriel Fowler rated it it was amazing May 09, Jay added it May 05, Yeji added it Jul 28, Jennifer Heise marked it as to-read Jun 17, Jenny marked it as to-read Dec 03, Aasia Ansari marked it as to-read May 22, Clara Ellen marked it as to-read Jun 25, Milan added it Jan 26, Elham marked it as to-read Mar 29, Potato marked it as to-read Apr 07, Vinca added it Nov 23, Stracy Pinto marked it as to-read Apr 20, Stacey Raymond marked it as to-read Nov 11, About Jacqueline Pearce.

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