Aug 18


I love it when this happens!  One morning you find an email in your inbox.  You almost delete it because you don’t recognize the sender…..but, what the heck, it’s a slow morning so you take a chance.  Lo! it’s a “we’re interested in your book” email from University of Colorado, Boulder, the Program For Teaching East Asia.  I sent a copy to the chair and this announcement just came out in their newsletter:
New Children’s Literature in the TEA Resource CenterFly Catcher Boy, by Rebecca Kool. A boy named Kenji befriends a cat, and together they have adventures around their Japanese town. The author donated a copy of this new book to the TEA Japan Resource Center. With text that includes Japanese words and expressions, Fly Catcher Boy is a resource for Japanese language and cultural studies

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