Series: In the Same Boat. Paperback: 256 pages.
Series: In the Same Boat. When twelve-year-old Sayuri Kato and her little brother Keiji enter the root cellar in their new home, they find themselves transported to Living Earth, a magical world in which humans are the storybook creatures, and kappas, shape-shifting foxes, onis, and tanukis are creatures of reality. When Keiji is lost, Sayuri must journey through this myth-inhabited land, and accompanied by her new friends Echo and Machigai she learns important lessons along the way about philosophical and moral balance. The arch-villain of the story is Great Uncle Mischief the fox, who calls himself the Patriarch.
Paperback, In the Same Boat, 319 pages. Published September 1st 2001 by Coteau Books. My one pet peeve with The Water of Possibility is that Goto has a penchant for extremely short sentences, which can be a drag to read until you really get sucked into the story
Paperback, In the Same Boat, 319 pages. The Water of Possibility. 1550501836 (ISBN13: 9781550501834). My one pet peeve with The Water of Possibility is that Goto has a penchant for extremely short sentences, which can be a drag to read until you really get sucked into the story. Sometimes she will even. Split a single clause.
Hiromi Goto is an award-winning author whose 1994 novel A Chorus of Mushrooms was a co-winner of the Canada-Japan Book Award and the Best First Book Award . The Water of Possibility In the same boat (Выпуск 1). Авторы. Hiromi Goto, Aries Cheung.
Hiromi Goto is an award-winning author whose 1994 novel A Chorus of Mushrooms was a co-winner of the Canada-Japan Book Award and the Best First Book Award for the Canada/Caribbean region of the Commonwealth Writers Prize.
2001) (The first book in the In the Same Boat series) A novel by Hiromi Goto. One day Sayuri and her little brother Keiji explore the dark root cellar and are transported from Ganola AB to Middle World, a woodland full of figures from Japanese folklore. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Hiromi Goto's The Water of Possibility.
August 10, 2010 History. Published October 1, 2001 by Coteau Books. There's no description for this book yet. The Water Of Possibility (In the Same Boat Series, 1) Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.
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By hiromi goto 314 pages. A supple library of inventive symbolism drives Hiromi Goto's writing. This impressive suppleness is evident in her arc as writer; from her landmark Chorus of Mushrooms to her trenchant poems, and in her latest novel, The Water of Possibility. The Water of Possibility centres on the growing sense of individuation of a 12-year-old protagonist, Sayuri Kato: in relation to her own parents and kid brother; in relation to all the wonderful, and not so wonderful, symbolic beings she encounters, after the door between one reality and another has been opened.
The Water of Possibility. Regina: Coteau, 2001. Latimer, Heather (2006). Eating, Abjection, and Transformation in the work of Hiromi Goto". thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory & culture. 5 (2). Retrieved 13 March 2016. Almeida, S. R. G. (24 June 2009). Strangers in the Night: Hiromi Goto's Abject Bodies and Hopeful Monsters". Contemporary Women's Writing.
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