Publisher: Franklin Watts
Japan was the fourth non – fiction book that I have read for this blog so far. Three things that could be improved are the illustrations, the simplicity, and the fact that everything that involves glue is parental guidance suggested. The hand drawn illustrations have weird hairdos and very strange faces. Three things that I think were good were the craft ideas, the radish flower recipe, and the martial arts. There is an instruction that tells you how to make a Japanese garden out of sticks, rocks, a metal pan, and a small mirror. Over all I think that this book was ok, but I prefer books that tell a story instead of books that talk about different things. I would recommend this book to children ages six to eight.
Posted by: Fred Reads