Author: Yuri Sasaki
Translator: Yoon-ok Yang
Publisher: Jageun Ssiat
Hardcover | 160 pages | 172*161mm
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About This Book
The story of Taro -- a Japanese dog whose legs and ears were amputated because of disease a year after his birth -- is told in this work of non-fiction. It is accompanied by photos and stories conveying the importance of life and heart-warming stories about the dog's life -- about interaction with humans and awareness of bias against the handicapped
His owner decided against putting him down after considering such a possibility, and, since then, Taro has lived with the support and help of his owner and the kindness of others.
Since the book's release in Japan, about 100,000 copies have been sold, generating headlines. The Korean translation is now available, drawing public adoration for the crippled but wonderful creature.
- Chung Ah-young
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