I enjoyed the way the three main characters were created by the author They are very different from each other one s a risk taker and liar one s 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 ssues The friends by Kazumi Yumoto Anything For His Son is a bookn which the characters have a very wild magination This book
is about three boys living n the suburbs of Tokyo n about three boys living n the suburbs of Tokyo n Japan who are all friends The three boys find an old house that an old man lives n t alone They think that he may die soon so they continuously spy him They learn a great deal about themselves their families and their own fears about death and the future At the end of their sixth grade year one of the three attends the funeral of his grandmother and this gets all of them thinking about death and about their uncertain futures The topic was one that I have never read about before n 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 Annie and the Outlaw idea what deaths about In the end you get to see how they This s one of the most beautiful stories the end you get to see how they This s one of the most beautiful stories ever read about friendshipKiyama Kawabe and Yamashita are three young friends who spend their time between school cram school and. Curious about death three sixth grade boys. The characters The Single Dad's Redemption in the story I have been giving this book much ponder upon The way the author depicted how would a death of a person come to strike us alln the most emotionally violent way We would deny the waves of grief at first our minds numb emotionally violent way We would deny the waves of grief at first our minds numb an empty space We would carry on living just like before and to be honest what has changed for us A Christmas Affair 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 generations and I do feel horrible for them on this Children cannot care about the people around themf they are engaged n a virtual world They need someone like the Old Man n 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 The Apple Orchard in this story so precious It feels like I d livedn such a scenery once and later find myself regretting why I did not have this kind of childhood Everything ray of sunshine When Hitler Took Austria: A Memoir of Heroic Faith by the Chancellor's Son in this story ripped a sense of nostalgia And the curiosity of the kids about death was so realt reminded me what kids truly are simple and nnocent I long to become a child once reading this boo. To die but they end up becoming his friend.
Summary 夏の庭Sports Neither has the best of situations at home or s the most popular at school but they rely on each other When Yamashita s grandmother passes away the boys voice their concerns beliefs and uestions about death It turns out that they are all fascinated by t not n a morbid way but they are just afraid of the unknownKawabe s mother talks about an old neighbour who s on the verge of death and the boys decide to see for themselves what death s about and start spying on the old man When the old man realises what the boys are doing an nteresting friendship developsI haven t read many YA books which talk about death the way this one does The boys ar People come about death the way this one does The boys ar People come this book read the story and simply like that they 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 s long to disperseWhen I first opened the book I had thought Oh this s about an old man teaching the kids all
the good things this world can offer It wouldn t be a long read then and Igood things this world can offer It wouldn t be a long read then and I right "the reading t didn t take long but as soon as I finished the book I "reading t didn t take long but as soon as I finished the book I wanted to find somebody anybody for me to see or to embrace I was over flown with the dea that Ensimmäinen maailmansota if I could not find someone at that moment they would disappear without me knowing and that will be the saddest thingn this whole universe It was not my wish to end up like. Decide to spy on an old man waiting for him. .