My Neighbor Totoro Picture Book Hardcover – Nov 8 2005
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About the Author
Hayao Miyazaki is the prominent director of many popular animated feature films. He is also the co-founder of Studio Ghibli, the award-winning Japanese animation studio and production company behind worldwide hits such as PRINCESS MONONOKE, HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE and SPIRITED AWAY.
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Me: (After hellos, and small talk) How long have you lived here?
Him: I don't even know anymore. Over 40 years.
Me: Wow. You don't even look that old.
Him: I'm 76.
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Him: (shrugs) Booze, drugs, loose women.
Needless to say, I love my neighbour right from the get-go, but when this guy says "I've got a video of Japanese animation your daughter will love..." As I said, this seemed a little sketchy; nevertheless, our daughter was only interested in YouTube on the iPad so we gave this a shot because a little TV is a welcome break for any parent. So, naturally, our daughter loves Totoro right away, and laughs and shouts every time Totoro makes an appearance. She sings along to all the songs.
So, with Xmas coming we looking for some Miyazaki paraphernalia. We ordered this book, and the Kiki book too, with a resigned attitude that it was going to be all that was available. We are still reeling over the quality of this book. It is a beautiful companion for a young child to the movies. Totoro is over 25 years old now, and not a North American invention so that limits the amount of swag for the movie, but if we never find something other than this book - we're still good.Read more ›
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Excellent quality very truthful to the movie ! Highly recommended for totoro fan ;)Published 22 months ago by Sandra St-Laurent