Don't Push the Button!

"This children's book is written and illustrated by Bill Cotter and there is only one rule in the book: don't push the button. But beware, a monster named Larry will tempt you to push it! I recommend this book since this stimulates children's curiosity and makes them want to read again and again" - by Miyuki Ishii

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milk and honey

"Few books capture the internal struggles of women as purely and as intimately as milk and honey by rupi kaur. milk and honey is a collection of poetry about the sweetness of survival. Broken into four chapters, we follow our nameless speaker through different stages of survival and pain: the hurting, the loving, the breaking, and the healing." - by Rose Booker

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Dr. Stone

"The story starts off with the entire human race being surrounded by a mysterious light and turned to stone. Thousands of years pass with no trace of human activity or civilization. Taiju and his friend Senku wake up from their stony slumber and they start to rebuild society." - by Ryu Amafuji
 

 

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Your Name

"More than just your average teenage love story, Your Name also mixes science fiction themes with influences of poetry from the Heian period. I believe everyone can enjoy the story but I recommend this novel especially to teenagers and people in their early twenties. And don’t forget, the DVD/Blue-Ray will be released in the beginning of November 2017!"-Yusuke Nomura

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Kojiki

Fiction books do not often catch my eye, but this one has giant dragons and a portal to another dimension. Eighteen-year- old Keiko is determined to fulfil her father’s dying wish and travels to Tokyo to search for “the Gate.” Very quickly she finds spirits and other mysterious creatures. The author uses great imagery in this fast-paced fantasy, making it a great getaway read or a great beach book. Nancy Pennington

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