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Es themBienvenueand offers them teaO cha wa ikaga desu ka Mustafas father would like him to know some words in other languages too and he tells Mustafa that he may have the rug if he agrees to learn But after the f. This is a cute little story about a boy whose father owns a carpet shop He is thrilled to get a carpet of his own but in exchange his father asks him to learn some foreign languages It's an interesting twist to see how he does this A cute and colorful story

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My Father's ShopIrst lesson Mustafa is so bored he runs out of the shop with the carpet on his head Ending up at the market he finds a very different way of learning foreign languagesand of getting tourists to visit his fathers sh. My Father’s Shop by authorillustrator Satomi Ichikawa is set in a Morroccon rug shop where Mustafa’s father sells rugs to tourists One day finds a beautiful but damaged rug in his father’s shop Mustafa’s father agreed to give him the damaged rug since it could not be sold if Mustafa would learn some foreign phrases to help sell rugs to the tourists As Mustafa runs through the marketplace showing off his new possession the rug attracts the attention of a rooster who follows Mustafa and begins to crow encouraged by Mustafa’s call of “Kho Kho Hou Houuu” the rooster’s sound in Morocco This gets the attention of several foreign tourists who offer to Mustafa the sound the rooster makes in their countries Co co ri co in French ui ui ri ui in Spanish Cock a doodle doo in English and Koke ko kooo in Japanese All the tourists follow Mustafa and the rooster back the rug shop for presumably a profitable day in rug sales This is a cute and enjoyable story but without much depth or description of Moroccan culture – in fact it somewhat like the experience a one day tourist might have of a Moroccan marketplace – walk through see some sights drink some tea take a few pictures buy a souvenir rug The illustrations of the marketplace provide a little bit and it is interesting to see Ichikawa’s illustrations depicting the mix of tourists with native Moroccans I am reminded somewhat of Linda Sue Park’s book for pre schoolers Mung Mung; A Fold Out Book of Animal Sounds which asks children to guess the animal by the sound it makes in a language other than English

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READ & DOWNLOAD × My Father's Shop ´ There is a rug in his fathers shop that Mustafa loves It has a hole in it so you can put it over your head and still see out No one else wants the rug though lots of tourists visit the shop His father always welcomes themBienvenueand offers them teaO cha wa ikaga desu ka Mustafas father would like him to know There is a rug in his fathers shop that Mustafa loves It has a hole in it so you can put it over your head and still see out No one else wants the rug though lots of tourists visit the shop His father always welcom. This was pretty cute I am biased because the little boys name is Mustafa Not the best but still cute But I was hoping for a little