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    Mama, Who Do You Like More?

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    Sold: Korean
    Published in September, 2020

    Selling Points
    • A picture book in which adults answer children’s innocent questions with plenty of humor.
    • A story that reminds us to think more carefully about each person’s individuality.
    • Soft, warm-hearted illustrations.

    If a child asks you, “Who do you like more, me or my siblings?”...
    When children ask adults, “Who do you like more, me or my siblings?”, at the root of the question is the desire “I want to be sure that I am really loved.” We want to fulfill that desire. But we don’t want to compare and choose between our children. If you face such a dilemma, please open this picture book.

    • Size:244×215 mm
    • Pages:32Pages(Full Color)
    • Binding:Hardbound
    • Publisher:PIE International
    • Language:Japanese
    • ISBN:978-4-7562-5375-0 C8793
    • Author:Linen Oda
    • Illustrator: Ikumi Nakada

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    Linen Oda was born in Osaka and is a graduate in design of the Camberwell College of Arts in London. Oda’s novel “Yukiakari” (“Snow Light”) is published by Kodansha under the name “Linen Murata,” and the picture books “Ponchi” (“Punch”) and “Gura guratan” (“Gra-gratin”) are published by PIE International.
    “The Linen Closet” Blog: http://lingoame.blog95.fc2.com/


    Ikumi Nakada was born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. Based mainly in Japan and Taiwan, Nakada exhibits his works at solo exhibitions. Nakada’s works include the manga “Tsukumogami Pompon” and “Kamomenokotoha yokushiranai” from KADOKAWA, the children’s books “Yamashita-kun wa shaberanai” (“Yamashita Doesn’t speak”) from Iwasaki Shoten, “Kimihiro-kun” from Kumon Publishing, and cover art for “Boku wa yellow de white de, chotto blue” (“I’m Yellow, White, and a Little Blue: The Real British Secondary School Days”) from Shinchosha.


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