Tatsuya Miyanishi is back to talk about important things—food!
Through masterful use of adorable anthropomorphic kitchen utensils, Miyanishi teaches young readers to not judge based on appearances alone, lest we make some terrible assumptions about others!
In the kitchen cupboard, cooking chopsticks lamented, "Ah, I hate this. It's been two days of sitting in this small and dark place."
Pot: "Right? We used to cook with our master every morning, afternoon and evening. Those were the best times."
Spoon: "It's all *their* fault..."
Who exactly were these kitchen tools referring to...?
This adorable book is a fun introduction to common kitchen tools, where young readers learn about their use and purpose through an engaging story. It is also a beautiful reminder that we are each unique in our own ways, and that we should learn to respect our differences.
Hardcover | 30 pages | 21 x 22cm