Tasty Baby Belly Buttons Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-03 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings

" I love the title. I love to eat tasty baby belly buttons. I like the illustrations. The story just didnt do it for me. " said.

" This book is a blast to read out loud. Both my 2 and 6 year olds enjoyed it. I particularly liked that it had a girl as the hero. " said.

" melon princess kicks monster butt with her friends in japan. " said.

" My students love this! Their teachers and parent look concerned when they hear us chant! " said.

" Gaby loves this book. I love the telling of a classing Japanese folk tale, with a female hero. " said.

" This is a gorgeously illustrated folklore that appears to be drawn in watercolors. It tells the tale of a brave young warrior girl (born from a melon) who helps fight the oni - who like to eat baby bell buttons - a traditional tale with great spunk! " said.

" I'm disappointed that this children's book appears to be out of print - it's a wonderfully illustrated japanese fairy tale but no fairies - just a plucky little girl with a band of animal companions who assist her in a quest against some belly-button-eating giants….terrific story and characters. " said.

" Oni, the terrible giants, kidnap children for their belly buttons. Not so fast Oni, for here is Uriko-hime the brave melon princess with her millet dumplings, sword, pheasant bird, dog, and monkey to their rescue. #Japanese #folktale. " said.

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