Hana’s Cube Adventure

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I don’t know about you, but I like adventure stories, especially ones where I learn something new, like “What is a cube?” What is a cube, anyway, and what can you do or make with a cube? In this delightfully illustrated book for young children, author and artist Julie Morikawa shows what a cube is, and what it can do, taking her young readers on a thrilling adventure. When Cubic, the magic flying cube dog arrives and invites them on board his flying cube, off they go, first to New York City, then to Sweden, then to Rotterdam in the Netherlands, and finally to Hamburg, Germany to see many famous cubic sights.

If you have small children in your family or circle of friends, this is a gift I would give them. That’s what I’m going to do with my copy. Hana’s Cube Adventure is available at all Amazon online stores in paperback and Kindle. The paperback version is the obvious choice with little children.

I hope Julie Morikawa has more stories coming along that are as enchanting as this one.

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About gwpj

Originally from Seattle, I now live in Sapporo, Japan, where I write, explore this city, read widely, and ask questions about things that i see as important. I'm also an author, with three novels published ("The Old Man and The Monkey", "Grandfather and The Raven", and "Bear: a story about a boy and his unusual dog"). For more information about my writing, drop by my website, at www.geogepolleyauthor.com.
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