Hannah would much rather be back in Australia, starting high school with her friends. But Japan turns out to be nothing like she’d imagined, and when Hannah and her new friend Miki find an ancient message in the stationery shop, they are drawn into solving a mysterious riddle. Why do the beans go berserk during the bean-throwing festival? Who is the evil-eyed woman at Sarumaru Shrine? Why is Hannah attacked by flying donuts? Is the ocean boy really trying to tell her something? A compelling combination of fact, fantasy, and humor, this middle-grade novel is filled with intriguing characters, exotic locations and baffling events.
Featured in Volume II, Issue 1 of WOW Review.
- ISBN: 9781933605982
- Author: MEEHAN, KIERIN
- Published: 2009, Kane/Miller Book Pub
- Themes: action and adventure, Mystery, New experiences, Social and family issues
- Descriptors: Fantasy, Intermediate (ages 9-14), Japan
- No. of pages: 288
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