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This is a blog and a book series I really like!

Jonelle Patrick's Only In Japan

10. What do you give the person who has everything? They’ve already got a one-shot coffee maker. And a one-shot tea machine. But I bet they don’t have a ONE-SHOT MISO SOUP MAKER!

Because who doesn't consume so much miso soup they need it instantly at all times? (Seen at Yodabashi Camera in Akihabara) Because who doesn’t consume so much miso soup they need it instantly at all times? (Seen at Yodabashi Camera in Akihabara)

9. Landing a blow for equal opportunity character pillows, the otaku girls on your list will love sleeping with the SINGING PRINCE DREAM CUSHION!

These swoonworthy lads promise "true love 2000%!" (Seen at Kotobuki in Akihabara) These swoonworthy lads promise “true love 2000%!” (Seen at Kotobuki in Akihabara)

8. And for princesses whose rigorous beauty routine leaves them too exhausted to lift a washcloth at the end of a long day, how about these ELECTRIC FACE BRUSHES?

Let's hope "Whip & Wash" refers to frothing up a bowl of soapy goodness  for facial cleaning purposes rather than any more punishing beauty treatment... (Seen at BIC Camera in Shinjuku) Let’s hope “Whip & Wash” refers to frothing up a bowl of soapy goodness for facial cleaning purposes rather than any more punishing beauty treatment… (Seen at BIC Camera…

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The Tales of BunniHoTepThe Tales of BunniHoTep by Mary Beth Robb

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Remember Peter Rabbit and the other Beatrix Potter bunnies? Did you just smile like I did as you thought of them? This book will do the same for you. Sure, they are children’s stories to introduce morals and some of the gods and goddesses of the Pagan worlds. But I read these every night. It was nice to bring that sweet, peacefulness only a bunny goddess could bring.

I would have loved to have these stories to share with my kids when they were small. What a great way to initiate conversation about world history and religious history. To show that other philosophies have something to live by. How being kind and helping others is not just a Christian belief, but one that goes back to BC days.

Kindle Unlimited is a great way to read books that you can’t afford, but would love to read. Often the library doesn’t carry books of my eclectic interests. And what I love to do is take in Kids’ books in other languages or philosophies so as to grasp ideas in the simplest forms. BunniHoTep can help teach us all.

My only suggestion would be pictures. This book could bee a series of picture books. Without the pictures Mary Beth Robb painted word pictures that were tactile, involving all the senses, making the reader feel there, in that temple row. I look forward to reading more books by her. I do love her blog: elfkat.wordpress.com. There you will find humor, information, and mental caffeine. She has opened my mind to other ways of thinking. Thank you, Ms. Robb.

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