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    The World’s Cutest Flying Squirrels

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    Price : ¥1,300
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    Bestselling self-published photography book now re-edited and officially distributed in Asia.

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    Photographer Keishiro Shin has been taking photos of flying squirrels inhabiting the woods of Shiretoko, Japan's most beautiful and unspoiled area, in Hokkaido prefecture. Shin self-published his photo collection of flying squirrels, which became a bestseller on the internet Now, PIE International is pleased to offer a re-edited and upgraded edition of Shin’s book, adding many new photos and some extra features. Readers can’t stop smiling as they look at a fluffy round creature with big, adorably sparkling eyes and eating pine needles with their tiny hands or flying from tree to a tree, spreading its short arms and legs. Flying squirrels are nocturnal, so during day time they basically spend most of their time in their nest. This book captures many rare flying squirrel moments under the blue sky.

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    Selling Points
    ・Includes adorable photographs of Siberian Flying Squirrels or Ezo momonga, a species unique to Hokkaido, Japan.
    ・Capturing the cutest moments of the fluffy nocturnal animal in daylight.
    ・The perfect gift for animal lovers.

    Words: 1,500 in Japanese (approx.)

    • Size:150×150mm
    • Pages:88Pages(Full Color)
    • Binding:Softbound
    • Publisher:PIE International
    • Language:Japanese
    • ISBN:978-4-7562-5267-8 C0072
    • Author:Keishiro Shin

    For more information, please contact the distributor/bookstore who covers your country.

    *Paper edition available in Asia/Oceania



    Keishirō Shin is a wildlife photographer based in Shiretoko, a UNESCO World Heritage site on the northernmost island of Japan.




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