FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. While on a leisurely stroll with her family, Chi, a mischievous newborn kitten, finds herself lost and confused without the protection of her mother, but the tearful kitty is soon rescued by a young boy named Yohei and his mother. Original.
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Konami Kanata (pen name used by Kanata Konami) was born on July 3, 1958, in Nagano, Japan. A veteran manga artist Konami made her professional debut in 1982 with the serialized comic Petit Cat Jam-Jam for Kodansha's semenal shoujo manga magazine NakaYoshi. The daughter of an elementary school teacher, most of Konami's stories are for readers of all ages making her one of the most accessible artists in recent history.
In her nearly thirty year career, Konami has penned more than a dozen comic series, with the majority of them focusing on cats and pets. Konami is well regarded within the pet-manga community for her keen sense of cat ecology. Her ability to observe and render feline behavior has earned her respect from the Japanese manga community as a whole. While most of her properties were published for a younger female demographic, her most recent series Chi's Sweet Home is currently being published by Kodansha's Morning magazine, Japan's leading comic magazine for adult readers.
Proving that quality can be found even in the cutest of sources.
Chi's Sweet Home will be Konami's first translated work.
A "Publishers Weekly" Big Graphic Novels for 2010 selection!
""Chi's Sweet Home" seems to have that feline je ne sais quoi that could fill a niche in the existing market." --"Comics Reporter"
""Chi's Sweet Home" has been a fan-favorite for a while...Now American manga readers (and cat lovers) will get a chance to enjoy this wonderful manga." --"About.com"
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Descrizione libro Turtleback Books, 2010. Library Binding. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110606234888