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Being a Superhero - English Japanese Bilingual Book - cover

Being a Superhero - English Japanese Bilingual Book

Liz Shmuilov, KidKiddos Books

Translator Miho Govoni

Publisher: KidKiddos Books

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English Japanese bilingual children's book. Perfect for kids studying English or Japanese as their second language.
 
Many children dream of becoming superheroes. In this children’s book, Ron and his best friend Maya go through a fun journey to become heroes. They learn important superhero rules which help them complete their first mission. They work together and help Maya’s brother, learning new things about themselves. Do you want to become a superhero too?

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