(E–book) 夏の庭 author Kazumi Yumoto


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like that are engrossed with the book They could not do anything else than turn pages after pages and when they close the book they do so with a sense of longing and a sadness that is long to disperseWhen I first opened the book I had thought Oh this is about an old man teaching the kids all the ood things this world can offer It wouldn t be a long read then and I was right the reading it didn t take long but as soon as I finished the book I just wanted to find somebody anybody for me to see or to embrace I was over flown with the idea that if I could not find someone at that moment they would disappear without me knowing and that will be the saddest thing in this whole universe It was not my wish to end up like the characters in the story I have been Gandhi Churchill: The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our Age giving this book much ponder upon The way the author depicted how would a death of a person come to strike us all in the most emotionally violent way We would deny the waves ofrief at first our minds numb with an empty space We would carry on living just like before and to be honest what has changed for us if we refuse to see the reality Kamiya Yamashita and Wakabe they might have suffered the pain of death but they were so lucky to be able to hold such vivid and endearing memories of the Old ManChildren these days scurry about with their modern technologies not knowing the fun of running around doing foolish things a whole day of the past enerations and I do feel horrible for them on this Children cannot care about the people around them if they are engaged in a virtual world They need someone like the Old Man in this book who will teach them the beauty of plants how to do the laundry and the enjoyment of sharing time outside with their friends doing absolutely nothingI found the blurring scenery of summer in this story so precious It feels like I d lived in such a scenery once and later find myself regretting why I did not have this kind of childhood Everything ray of sunshine in this story ripped a sense of nostalgia And the curiosity of the kids about death was so real it reminded me what kids truly are simple and innocent I long to become a child once reading this book An amazing book Three 12 year old Japanese boys are "prepping the summer before the exams that will "the summer before the exams that will their future careers Each is a bit of a misfit in his own way but together they can talk about anything and everything soccer irls their futures Then after the funeral of a randparent their preoccupations take a serious philosophical turn to death the meaning of life the afterlife and dying itself Since none of them has any randparents living nearby they become fascinated with a lonely elderly man in the neighborhood Since none of them has any randparents living nearby they become fascinated with a lonely elderly man in the neighborhood spy on him hoping to catch him in the mysterious act of dying When he finally catches the boys and they confess what they re doing he is amused and befriends them A deep friendship with the old man ensues in which the boys trade work around the old man s house and arden for stories skills and adventures in between continuing to cram for exams The end of the summer brings unexpected changes for them allThere are many minutely true moments in this book that bring Japan of the 90s to life but the story has a universal uality to it mixing black humor with a delicacy of thought and feeling It reminded me of Har. Curious about death three sixth rade boys. ,
夏の庭

Kazumi Yumoto å 5 Summary

Ch talk about death the way this one does The boys are and innocent and they have enuine concerns about death one does The boys are young and innocent and they have enuine concerns about death don t really know what it s like to row old and they certainly don t know what happens when a person diesIn a theme linked to death the book also mentions old age and by observing the old man the boys understand better what happens when a person Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth grows old The friendship they have with the old man is so adorable and shows just how much people can benefit from interenerational contacts The story also stresses the point how people can change throughout their lives and how one day s action doesn t mold your personality forever There really is a before and an after in the boys personality and it really is uite interesting to see this develop in a 100 pages or soThe book is also about friendship and there really isn t anything like your childhood friends who know you for who your are flaws included and who accept you without ever judging you The three boys don t have the perfect family or school life but they have each other and that s what matters Their friendship progresses as the story 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts goes and you know that what happens during that summer when they are spying on the old man will stay with them foreverThis is a very short book but I felt that the length was just right in this one All the aspects of the story are balanced and there is enough character description and depth to the story that I didn t feel the story needed anything The writing is also very subtle and because the story is seen through Kiyama s eyes it is also very believable There are some very emotional moments in the book and I have been very touched by the story read I cried my heart out This is a truly beautiful book and I just want to share it with as many people as I can really that s how much I loved it It is brilliant for both boys andirls for middle Moonrise (Snowfall, grade and older readers and it is also a brilliant book to discuss may it be the friendship solidarity death and the relations between younger and olderenerations Trust me on this one read it Another story that made me wish I had a childhood amongst roaring mountains olden fields cloud watching on river banks and an enigmatic old man teaching me the simple joys of life Despite being told from a 12 year old s POV the book had many insightful thoughts and observations like this one I am amazed at how much is stored up inside these two people Maybe it is fun to row old The older you et the memories you have And even if the owner of the memories passes away maybe the memories themselves continue on floating through the air melting in the rain and soaking into the earth Maybe after wandering through many places they slip inside somebody else s heart Maybe it s the mischief making if someone else s memory that makes us feel as if we "have been somewhere before even through we know it is the first time This is a must read if you "been somewhere before even through we know it is the first time This is a must read if you The Book Thief The Hosuekeeper and the Professor I had always thought I d read this but turns out I hadn t What a terrific story I enjoyed the way the three main characters were created by the author They are very different from each other one is a risk taker and liar one is tall another skinny another heavy The boys are similar to American boys we are all not so different so they are easy to relate to uality read that deals with real issues. To die but they end up becoming his friend. Riet the Spy The Pigman by Paul Zindel and other classics It won a number of prizes in Japan but in this country it s an overlooked em What a beautiful book I have the e copy but I will et the hard copy to lend it to young and old readers since this has to be read BY EVERYONE IN EVERY AGEIT IS A SIMPLE STORY everyone in every ageIt is a simple story 3 young boys who have a morbid curiosity about death So they decide to spy on a very old and lonely man since they are sure the old man would die soon So the boys spy him behind the fence and then once the old man notices they spy him without hiding and then slowly they et closer and closer until the old man becomes like a Mastering the Art of Saying No Without Feeling Guilty: Tips, Techniques and Strategies grandfather to themI admit I am weak with this kind of stories The friends by Kazumi Yumoto is a book in which the characters have a very wild imagination This book is about three boys living in the suburbs of Tokyo in modern Japan who are all friends The three boys find an old house that an old man lives in it alone They think that he may die soon so they continuously spy him They learn areat deal about themselves their families and their own fears about death and the future At the end of their sixth Yuganta, The End Of An Epoch grade year one of the three attends the funeral of hisrandmother and this ets all of them thinking about death and about "Their Uncertain Futures The "uncertain futures The was one that I have never read about before in my life I would recommend this book to young adults and adults who are looking for a fast read While reading the book I like how the author shows you how the characters change over the course of the book At the beginning they have no idea what death is about In the end you et to see how they have changed and it s amazing While you re reading the book you Forbidden Reading get to know exactly what he his thinking If you are a person who likes action this is not the book for you My overall impression of this book isood I think I A Northern Line Minute: The Northern Line gain an understanding about how I feel about death and that is why the story was so interesting to me Therandmother under the mountain passed away The death suddenly became the topic of discussion among the three boys Mushan Riverside and Yamashita They did not know the meaning of death The unknown night and the fear of death like a lingering nightmare lingering like a shadow In the end they decided to observe an elderly person living alone in the vicinity hoping to see the moment before his death but they did not expect that they had undoubtedly embarked on an unforgettable journey of life This book reminded me deeply of my Future Focus grandfather and my childhood Willive this better review when The Time Come This Is One Of The Most Beautiful time come This is one of the most beautiful I ever read about friendshipKiyama Kawabe and Yamashita are three young friends who spend their time between school cram school and sports Neither has the best of situations at home or is the most popular at school but they rely on each other When Yamashita s randmother passes away the boys voice their concerns beliefs and uestions about death It turns out that they are all fascinated by it not in a morbid way but they are just afraid of the unknownKawabe s mother talks about an old neighbour who is on the verge of death and the boys decide to see for themselves what death is about and start spying on the old man When the old man realises what the boys are doing an interesting friendship developsI haven t read many YA books whi. Decide to spy on an old man waiting for him. ,