Tott-Chan: The Little Girl at the Window

Hardcover, 195 pages
3 Book Reviews
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  • tinkerboon
    tinkerboonSunday, November 15, 2020 at 5:30 pm55 stars
    What I like about this book is that it tells a story about a little girl and it describes all the small details in her life. The second thing about this book that I like is that Totto-chan went to a school that uses railroad cars as classrooms.
    • ikyra_marie
      ikyra_marieTuesday, April 29, 2014 at 8:26 pm
      I have read many books similar in this period of time (1940's).If you enjoy stuff about the bombing of pearl harbor this is a good book for you.
      • abiw2003
        abiw2003Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 8:41 pm55 starsFeatured
        Japanese, funny and interesting, Totto-chan is a somewhat interesting autobiography. That is, if the back of the book is real, and this book isn't just a story. Totto-chan is a girl who has been expelled from first grade, and she has moved to a new, and much better, school, which she loves so much. This school is Tomoe Gakuen. Her real name is Tetsuko, but, she calls herself Totto-chan. Tomoe, however, burned down during the War, world war 2, but, surprisingly, the principal, Sosaku Kobayashi, just asked his son what kind of school they should build next. And their school, everyone who went there never had any limits. And the classes? Old railroad cars! It's very interesting, RECOMMENDED.