I'd mentioned in a recent post that another shipment of Bedbug books + toys was making its way to Japan. In today's post, I will share recent updates.
Sally Kanbayashi, an instructor of the English language for business people, also visits an elementary school once a month as a volunteer and reads bilingual books to kids. Sally read the bilingual Bedbug book in a read-aloud event and she reports an enthusiastic response. Sally has introduced the book at her site Sally's Diary.
Ikuko Asoh-Rhodes also introduced her readers to the book at The Dazzling Stage
The Bilingual is available at Amazon Japan.
Book I and coloring book I, in both English and bilingual versions are coming soon via Kindle and will be available for downloading across different e-reading devices.
Japanese Bilingual Groups at Facebook
Guam Japanese School Bilingual Club
Raising Kids Japanese-Bilingual-Bicultural Outside of Japan
Japanese English Language Exchange
English Language for Japanese Student
Bedbug's Favorite Japanese Sites
* Images Morguefile
The recent release of the film version of Where The Wild Things Are is testimony to the fact that a simple concept, if well done, can create a global phenomenon. So it is with the children's book written by Melody Rhodes - The Bedbug Who Wouldn't Bite. Webphemera
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