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Chirri & Chirra

Kaya Doi

Chirri & Chirra

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Published by Enchanted Lion Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest animals,
  • Bicycles and bicycling,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    The first in a wonderfully imaginative series about two girls that is marked by revealing and lyrical small details.

    Edition Notes

    PK1 Childrens Plus, Inc.

    Other titlesChirri and Chirra
    StatementKaya Doi ; translated from the Japanese by Yuki Kaneko
    ContributionsKaneko, Yuki, translator
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26924795M
    ISBN 10159270199X
    ISBN 109781592701995

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The first book in a completely charming series by a well-known Japanese author and illustrator, Chirri & Chirra introduces two girl characters who go on wonderful adventures together through the natural world.

Vibrant, lively, and astonishingly sweet in a pure, unsentimental way, these pages present us with relatable children, small animals, lots of food, atmosphere, and many mysteries/5(14). Book three in the charming Chirri & Chirra series, here we have foxes, bears, birds, goats, and cats all taking shelter together in an icy cavern, enjoying everything from 5/5(29).

Chirri & Chirra, Under the Sea Hardcover – by Kaya Doi (Author), David Boyd (Translator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Kaya Doi. "Chirri and Chirra" by Kaya Doi is a Japanese picture book based upon two friends go on a bike ride simply enjoying their day.

They stop for brunch, /5. ”A Chirri & Chirra book, sherbet-hued realm of kindly animals, cozy dens and delicious edible treats awaits in “Chirri & Chirra, Underground” Like the other Chirri and Chirra books, this one will earn rapturous scrutiny from readers ages ” ―Meghan Cox Gurdon, The Wall Street Journal "unique and highly recommended " ―The Midwest Book Review/5(21).

In this fifth book of perhaps the most charming series ever, Chirri and Chirra venture down forest paths and through alleyways into a yarn shop and an old woman’s house, where they enjoy hot drinks and soup.

When they’re done, they find a wonderful surprise hidden in the branches of a tree.5/5(6). Chirri and Chirra bicycle beneath the waves, discovering the beauty of coral and the deliciousness of marine edibles. Chirri and Chirra are pedaling along when they find a cave.

At the end of the tunnel, they see a light. They are under the sea. They pedal through a maze of color and pass 4/5.

In this fifth book of perhaps the most charming series ever, Chirri and Chirra venture down forest paths and through alleyways into a yarn shop and an old woman's house, where they enjoy hot drinks and soup. When they're done, they find a wonderful surprise hidden in the branches of a tree/5.

The first book in a completely charming series by a well-known Japanese author and illustrator, Chirri & Chirra introduces us to two little girls who go on wonderful adventures together through the natural world. Vibrant, lively, and astonishingly sweet in a pure, unsentimental way, these pages present us with relatable children, small animals, lots of food, atmosphere, and many mysteries.

Chirri and Chirra's bicycle bells summon readers on another serene adventure. This fifth book is something of a departure for the Japanese series, taking them into the human landscape of a nearby town instead of a tiny, fantastical one in surrounding nature.

The fourth book in the Japanese Chirri & Chirra series, this underground adventure is sure to charm Join them as they visit moles, discover caves full of glowing flowers, poke at the roots of growing plants, traverse a subterranean lake, and spend the night with a family of badgers!/5.

In their second adventure to reach the US market, Chirri & Chirra become very small, Chirri & Chirra book so are able to explore the magical world hidden away in a mound of tall grass. Filled with friendly, industrious bees and equally inventive bugs, this is a book that brings the lovely particularity of life in Japanmarked by food and natureto young readers here/5.

Book three in the charming Chirri & Chirra series, here we have foxes, bears, birds, goats, and cats all taking shelter together in an icy cavern, enjoying everything from freshly-baked delights to long soaks in hot springs.

Over the course of their adventures, Chirri and Chirra even become guests to a family of bears, spending the night in their igloo and dreaming of the northern lights. Chirri and Chirra travel into the heart of an icy palace, where they discover all sorts of creatures, sights, and foods.

In book three in the charming Chirri and Chirra series, we have foxes, bears, birds, goats, and cats all taking shelter together in an icy cavern, enjoying everything from freshly-baked delights to long soaks in hot : Kaya Doi. Chirri & Chirra (Book): Doi, Kaya: Two young girls take a bicycle ride through the forest where they find a cafe to have tea and coffee, a bakery to enjoy a snack, and a hotel where they join in a concert with forest animals.

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Chirri and her sister Chirra go on a day-long bike ride through a gently rolling pastoral world. Amenities appear just when they need them: the forest cafe and the bakery, the bridge over the stream, the tree (perfect for napping under), and, finally, the forest hotel, where an animal symphony concert takes place.

Join Chirri and Chirra on their enchanting adventure beneath the waves. Chirri and Chirra are pedaling along when they find a cave.

At the end of the cave, they see a light. They are under the sea. They pedal through a maze of coral and pass through an opening in the seaweed, into a scene of seashells of all colors and shapes.

In this fifth book of perhaps the most charming series ever, Chirri and Chirra venture down forest paths and through alleyways into a yarn shop and an old woman's house, where they enjoy hot drinks and soup. When they're done, they find a wonderful surprise hidden in the branches of a tree.

It’s such a benign wood that Chirri and Chirra—depicted as a prim pair of identical twins with straight bob cuts—think nothing of sharing both a lunch spot and a nap beneath a tree with a bear and a rabbit. Moreover, at convenient spots along the way there is a forest cafe with a fox waiter plus “tables and chairs of all different size Author: Kaya Doi.

This is the happy, lovely world of Chirri and Chirra, where they stumble on the most wonderful surprises. Born in Tokyo, Japan, Kaya Doi graduated with a degree in design from Tokyo Zokei University. She got her start in picture books by attending the Atosaki Juku Workshop, held at a Tokyo bookshop specializing in children’s : Kaya Doi.

" Chirri and Chirra's bicycle bells summon readers on another serene adventure. This fifth book about the imperturbable bicycle-riding youngsters is something of a departure for the Japanese series, taking them into the human landscape of a nearby town instead of a tiny, fantastical one in surrounding : Kaya Doi.

In their second adventure Chirri and Chirra become very small, and explore the magical world hidden away in a grove of tall grass. Filled with friendly, industrious bees and equally inventive bugs, this is a book that brings the lovely particularity of life in Japan—marked.

Chirri and Chirra ride their bikes to a beautiful, magical place. They unhesitatingly ride into a cave, where, at tunnel’s end, they arrive under the sea. Pedaling all the way and never getting wet, they move along with the current and amid a multitude of fish through a forest of coral. The fourth book in the Japanese Chirri & Chirra series, this underground adventure is sure to charm and delight.

ISBN: " (W) x " (H) • 40 pages • HCJ Cart 0. The first book in a completely charming series by a well-known Japanese author and illustrator, Chirri & Chirra introduces two girl characters who go on wonderful adventures together through the natural t, lively, and astonishingly sweet in a pure, unsentimental way, these pages present us with relatable children, small animals, lots of food, atmosphere, and many mysteries.

The first book in a completely charming series by a well-known Japanese author and illustrator, Chirri & Chirra introduces two girl characters who go on wonderful adventures together through the natural world.

Vibrant, lively, and astonishingly sweet in a pure, unsentimental way, these pages present us with relatable children, small animals, lots of food, atmosphere, and many : Kaya Doi. This book is the third book about the cherubic sisters to reach the United States.

The soft-hued and delicate colored-pencil illustrations place Chirri and Chirra in the middle of a wondrous and beautiful natural setting filled with cute and playful : Enchanted Lion Books. Following their eponymous opening adventure (), unflappable Japanese twins Chirri and Chirra return for another serene, sylvan outing.

It begins when they ride their bikes into a patch of tall grass, shrinking to the size of insects as they do. New York: Enchanted Lion Books, Series: Chirri & Chirra, volume 5: Edition/Format: Print book: Fiction: Primary school: English: First English-language editionView all editions and formats: Summary: "Chirri and Chirra bike through town and discover all sorts of personalities and treats along the way" “Dring-dring, dring-dring!” Chirri and Chirra’s bicycle bells summon readers on another serene adventure.

This fifth book about the imperturbable bicycle-riding youngsters is something of a departure for the Japanese series, taking them into the human landscape of a nearby town instead of a tiny, fantastical one in surrounding nature. Chirri & Chirra by Kaya Doi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5().

Chirri & Chirra The Snowy Day (Book): Doi, Kaya: "Twin sisters, Chirri and Chirra, go out for a bike ride when it starts snowing and end up going on a cool, magical journey through the woods.

The girls find an ice cavern where they join the animals for some sweet treats, a game of marbles, soaking in a hot spring, and a comfortable rest in an igloo that is just the right size.".

Chirri & Chirra, The Snowy Day Written and illustrated by Kaya Doi. Turning the pages of the “Chirri & Chirra” books, imports from Japan, feels like falling into a tiny, exquisite dream. In their second adventure to reach the US market, Chirri & Chirra become very small, and so are able to explore the magical world hidden away in a mound of tall grass.

Filled with friendly, industrious bees and equally inventive bugs, this is a book that brings the lovely particularity of life in Japan--marked by food and nature--to young. -- Waking Brain Cells "With a sweet story and darling illustrations, softly drawn and softly tinted on creamy paper, Kaya Doi's U.S.

debut picture book, Chirri & Chirra (Enchanted Lion, 40 pages, $), takes 3- to 8-year-olds into a magical forest filled with genial animals and scrumptious things to eat. In their second adventure to reach the US market, Chirri & Chirra become very small, and so are able to explore the magical world hidden away in a mound of tall grass.

Filled with friendly, industrious bees and equally inventive bugs, this is a book that brings the lovely particularity of life Brand: Enchanted Lion Books. The first book in a completely charming series by a well-known Japanese author and illustrator, Chirri & Chirra introduces two girl characters who go on wonderful adventures together through the natural t, lively, and astonishingly sweet in a pure, unsentimental way, these pages present us with relatable children, small animals, lots of food, atmosphere, and many mysteries/5(11).

In this Japanese import, the winsome, bike-riding twins from Chirri & Chirra in the Tall Grass () are back for another gently surreal adventure. “Dring-dring, dring-dring!” Upon hearing mysterious noises from the cellar, Chirri and Chirra hop on their bikes and.

Kaya Doi Enchanted Lion Books (Sep 6, ) Hardcover $ Chirri and Chirra introduces the world to two young girls and the adventures they take on their bicycles.

Translated from Japanese, the book is innocent and charming and whimsical.5/5. CHIRRI & CHIRRA by Kaya Doi is a beautifully produced picture book translated from the original Japanese. Twins bicycle out into the the forest where they meet kindhearted animals who share scrumptious treats at every stop.

They end their day at a woodland hotel where all the animals join together in song. Gorgeous illustrations and charming adventures make this book unforgettable. Book three in the charming Chirri & Chirra series, here we have foxes, bears, birds, goats, and cats all taking shelter together in an icy cavern, enjoying everything from freshly-baked delights to long soaks in hot springs.5/5(22).

“Two girls discover the secret of life on a sudden line of poetry,” Denise Levertov wrote in her stunning poem “The Secret.” Somewhere in the world, two girls are always discovering the secret of life, as are the twin protagonists in the poetic and largehearted Chirri & Chirra (public library) by Japanese children’s book virtuoso Kaya Doi.