Tasty Baby Belly Buttons Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-13 
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.

" Another Japanese folktale features Uriko-hime, a girl born from a melon, who battles the monstrous oni who steal babies to eat their tasty belly buttons. Illustrated with comical watercolors that bring out the humor in the story. This book includes an author's note on the source of the story. " 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.

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