（Solar and the Baby Dinosaur）も。、のためのバイリンガルも。
A heartwarming story about a little boy and his newfound friendship.
Little Solar loves dinosaurs. He has dinosaur toys and dinosaur books. One morning, he wakes up to find a real baby dinosaur right in front of him. Was he dreaming? Was it just his imagination? Nevertheless, it was a dream come true. They immediately become friends but... Perfect for parents to read aloud to toddlers, preschoolers, or young children, and for beginning readers as well. Appropriate for ages 0 to 6.
A debut book by Yuko Yamamura, Jazz French Horn player, composer, and arranger, based in Tokyo and New York, and the first Japanese to win grand prize from The John Lennon Song Writing Contest.
Written in Japanese. Chinese, as well as bilingual versions for language learning available soon. Other languages to follow.
Published by So So Little Reads, Inc.
|Publisher:||So So Little Reads, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)|
About the Author
Born in Kobe, Japan. Yuko Yamamura graduated from Osaka College of Music and Berklee College of Music. She is a Jazz French Horn player, composer, and arranger, based in Tokyo and New York. She is also the first Japanese to win grand prize from The John Lennon Song Writing Contest and American Songwriting Awards among many others. Her collaboration with Japanese Taiko Drum player, Ryota Kataoka,is gaining international attention as well. Aside from performing and composing, Yuko loves to draw and play with children. www.yukoyamamura.com
Born in Japan, Seiko Shih spent her early childhood years in New York and Boston, before returning to Tokyo where she graduated from Gakushuin University. After a few years working in news media, she went to New York University for her Masters in Education. She currently enjoys her work as a voice-over artist and translator. Seiko and her husband live in NYC with their two young children, Sophie and Solar. seiko.shih.nyc