Little Daruma, a playful Japanese doll, likes the magical mallet his friend, Little Daikoku, uses to make his wishes come true so much that he makes one for himself.
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PreSchool-K--The fifth book in a popular children's series in Asia. When Daruma sees Daikoku playing with a magic mallet, he decides to build one for himself. When it does not work, Daikoku suggests that they tie both mallets together. The friends are surprised and pleased as out come fruit, flowers, toys, and a brand-new mallet, exactly like Daikoku's. The story has a predictable, simple story line with a strong message that working together brings success. Children will join in repeating the rhyme used to make the magic work. Items representing Japanese culture, such as rice cakes and bamboo, appear throughout the story. The small cartoonlike characters reflect the action and mood of the slight story.--Margaret R. Tassia, Millersville University, PA
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Descripción Tuttle Publishing, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110804833516