Kira and a Dog Named Money [Japanese Edition]
- Narrated by: Koji Asano
- Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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What if one day a dog-like human talks with us? And what if the dog is a money expert?
An inspiring story by Bodo Schaefer, author of worldwide best-selling business books, about an 11-year-old girl and her dog who can teach kids and adults how to manage money.
As soon as the dog named Money met Kira, who was living a normal life before, Kira took a step toward richness. Following lessons by Money, she faced different difficulties on her way, but gradually came closer to her dream.
Having listened to this audiobook:
- You will be able to manage your money properly
- You will be able to achieve your goals
- You will find tips on how to work at your favorite things
- You will learn what investments and debts are
Kira and a Dog Named Money is a convincing example that anyone can achieve their goals and become rich helping others. According to the lessons taught by Money, the important thing is to have a warm heart like Kira has, to believe in yourself, and continue learning about money. Then you may become happy and rich soon.
Please note: This audiobook is in Japanese.
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Way too difficult for me
I've been learning Japanese for about 2 years and I hoped I'd be able to use this book to gradually recognise phrases. However the book actually requires a very high standard of Japanese. My teacher transcribed part of the text into hiragana for me and the sentences are incredibly long and convoluted. She spent about 45 minutes explaining just one sentence to me, removing parts until it became understandable. The author probably thought he was doing a good job when writing it in his native language, but it doesn't translate well into Japanese, at least not for me. The book seems quite fun and the reading is pleasing and clear; it's just a shame that the writing is so inaccessible. It's also a shame that Audible doesn't cater more for people who are learning languages, because good audio books would be very useful.
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