The beloved multi-million copy bestselling Japanese classic about finding one's place in the world A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Academy Award-winning anime master Hayao Miyazaki's favourite childhood book and the inspiration behind the Studio Ghibli film 'In How Do You Live?, Copper, our hero, and his uncle are our guides in science, in ethics, in thinking. And on the way they take us, through a school story set in Japan in 1937, to the heart of the questions we need to ask ourselves about the way we live our lives. We will experience betrayal and learn about how to make tofu. We will examine fear, and how we cannot always live up to who we think we are, and we learn about shame, and how to deal with it. We will learn about gravity and about cities, and most of all, we will learn to think about things - to, as the writer Theodore Sturgeon put it, ask the next question' - from the foreword by Neil Gaiman

Paperback / softback  B-format paperback  (Text (eye-readable))  288pp  h196mm  x  w124mm  x s26mm  200g  B-format paperback 

ISBN13: 9781846046469