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Totto-chan's Children: A Goodwill Journey to the Children of the World (Anak-Anak Totto-chan: Perjalanan Kemanusiaan untuk Anak-Anak Dunia)

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Editor: Nina Andiana Totto-chan kini sudah dewasa. Ia sekarang menjadi aktris terkenal dan punya banyak penggemar. Tapi Totto-chan tak pernah melupakan masa kecilnya. Karena itulah Totto-chan langsung setuju ketika UNICEF menawarinya untuk jadi Duta Kemanusiaan. Sejak itu, Totto-chan berkunjung ke banyak negara dan menemui berbagai macam anak. Di negara-negara yang mengalami Editor: Nina Andiana Totto-chan kini sudah dewasa. Ia sekarang menjadi aktris terkenal dan punya banyak penggemar. Tapi Totto-chan tak pernah melupakan masa kecilnya. Karena itulah Totto-chan langsung setuju ketika UNICEF menawarinya untuk jadi Duta Kemanusiaan. Sejak itu, Totto-chan berkunjung ke banyak negara dan menemui berbagai macam anak. Di negara-negara yang mengalami kekeringan hebat atau terkena dampak perang, anak-anak yang sebenarnya polos dan tak berdosa selalu jadi korban. Ternyata masih banyak sekali anak-anak dunia yang tidak bisa makan, tidak bisa sekolah, tidak bisa dirawat ketika sakit, bahkan mengalami trauma hebat akibat perang. Lewat buku ini Totto-chan ingin menceritakan pengalamannya saat bertemu anak-anak manis itu supaya semakin banyak orang bisa membantu anak-anak dunia menggapai masa depan yang lebih baik.


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Editor: Nina Andiana Totto-chan kini sudah dewasa. Ia sekarang menjadi aktris terkenal dan punya banyak penggemar. Tapi Totto-chan tak pernah melupakan masa kecilnya. Karena itulah Totto-chan langsung setuju ketika UNICEF menawarinya untuk jadi Duta Kemanusiaan. Sejak itu, Totto-chan berkunjung ke banyak negara dan menemui berbagai macam anak. Di negara-negara yang mengalami Editor: Nina Andiana Totto-chan kini sudah dewasa. Ia sekarang menjadi aktris terkenal dan punya banyak penggemar. Tapi Totto-chan tak pernah melupakan masa kecilnya. Karena itulah Totto-chan langsung setuju ketika UNICEF menawarinya untuk jadi Duta Kemanusiaan. Sejak itu, Totto-chan berkunjung ke banyak negara dan menemui berbagai macam anak. Di negara-negara yang mengalami kekeringan hebat atau terkena dampak perang, anak-anak yang sebenarnya polos dan tak berdosa selalu jadi korban. Ternyata masih banyak sekali anak-anak dunia yang tidak bisa makan, tidak bisa sekolah, tidak bisa dirawat ketika sakit, bahkan mengalami trauma hebat akibat perang. Lewat buku ini Totto-chan ingin menceritakan pengalamannya saat bertemu anak-anak manis itu supaya semakin banyak orang bisa membantu anak-anak dunia menggapai masa depan yang lebih baik.

30 review for Totto-chan's Children: A Goodwill Journey to the Children of the World (Anak-Anak Totto-chan: Perjalanan Kemanusiaan untuk Anak-Anak Dunia)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Juniar

    Heartbreaking facts told by a person full of hopes. The book tells about children of the world who are struggling or die trying; helpless children who cry silently. Every story brings tears to my eyes, pain in my chest. Amazingly, this is written in high spirit and unwavering faith. Perhaps a lesson I learned from this book is: if you want to change the world, start from yourself and the small world around you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aisyah Hasyim

    Read this and you will know how lucky you are. Be grateful to Allah for your life. However, it's a gift. Well, it would be good for us if we could read this kind of book with a more updates event in the recently years. Read this and you will know how lucky you are. Be grateful to Allah for your life. However, it's a gift. Well, it would be good for us if we could read this kind of book with a more updates event in the recently years.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lelyana's Reviews

    Toto Chan was so cute. I think she's having an old soul inside. She funny and wise at the same time. Enjoyable read. This one is one of my all time favorite. Toto Chan was so cute. I think she's having an old soul inside. She funny and wise at the same time. Enjoyable read. This one is one of my all time favorite.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ain Romeli

    This book was written based on Kuroyanagi's childhood experience when she studied at Tomoe Gakuen, a Tokyo elementary school founded by educator Sosaku Kobayashi during World War 2. Beautifully written. It makes you rethink educating, and the value we attach to our system of education nowadays. In running a school for the students with different abilities, the Principal has managed a very creative concept which adhere to the curious nature of children. Teaching children could be difficult enough This book was written based on Kuroyanagi's childhood experience when she studied at Tomoe Gakuen, a Tokyo elementary school founded by educator Sosaku Kobayashi during World War 2. Beautifully written. It makes you rethink educating, and the value we attach to our system of education nowadays. In running a school for the students with different abilities, the Principal has managed a very creative concept which adhere to the curious nature of children. Teaching children could be difficult enough, what more children who requires special attention and does not follow social convention of orders as other children do. Without having to order them around, or raising their voice to keep the children in order, the teachers still managed to teach them moral values, and encourage them to learn about their surrounding. You can learn about the unique and creative teaching methodologies featured in the book. There are a few tragic accidents in the book, like one time Totoro-chan played with her dog aggressively that the dog turned defensive and bit her ear. But the way the writer narrated the story helps us understand why these children act like they did, and subtly teach us how to approach these problems, by reasoning with them and not through strict orders and mere punishment. A very very good read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ayunda

    At first, I was thrilled to see that Tetsuko Kuroyanagi wrote another novel. I really liked the first book: Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window. And so I was glad to read this book. It was totally different from the first book. From the story, and the point of view, and also the topic. The silly and funny Totto-chan has grown up and became a wonderful woman. This book is very touching and taught me lots of things. I didn't know there were so many poor and unfortunate children out there. Read At first, I was thrilled to see that Tetsuko Kuroyanagi wrote another novel. I really liked the first book: Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window. And so I was glad to read this book. It was totally different from the first book. From the story, and the point of view, and also the topic. The silly and funny Totto-chan has grown up and became a wonderful woman. This book is very touching and taught me lots of things. I didn't know there were so many poor and unfortunate children out there. Reading this book makes me feel happy and lucky. I hope all the children in the world can be happy one day. I really hope they can experience the happiness of being a child, just like me.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maya

    "Orang-orang dewasa meninggal sambil mengerah, mengeluh rasa sakit mereka. Tapi anak-anak hanya diam. Mereka mati dalam kebisuan, di bawah daun-daun pisang, memercayai kita orang dewasa." This is the second most emotional book I have read following the Prophet Muhammad SAW book my father gave me a long time ago. This book profoundly opens my heart about what happens to the children of the world out there. War and famine kill these pure little kids. I can barely focus on the story, I mostly cry du "Orang-orang dewasa meninggal sambil mengerah, mengeluh rasa sakit mereka. Tapi anak-anak hanya diam. Mereka mati dalam kebisuan, di bawah daun-daun pisang, memercayai kita orang dewasa." This is the second most emotional book I have read following the Prophet Muhammad SAW book my father gave me a long time ago. This book profoundly opens my heart about what happens to the children of the world out there. War and famine kill these pure little kids. I can barely focus on the story, I mostly cry during my entire reading.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Desi

    This is a very interesting book,so touching and rich! I've always loved children, and I cried quite a lot when I read this book :(. Now I can be more grateful that I have the life that I live in now...while those kids that Tetsuko met during her trips as UNICEF ambassador were really poor and suffering...:( I really love the way Tetsuko see life through those kids, and the way she treated those kids.... two thumbs up for this book! Recommended, even if you don't really like children :D This is a very interesting book,so touching and rich! I've always loved children, and I cried quite a lot when I read this book :(. Now I can be more grateful that I have the life that I live in now...while those kids that Tetsuko met during her trips as UNICEF ambassador were really poor and suffering...:( I really love the way Tetsuko see life through those kids, and the way she treated those kids.... two thumbs up for this book! Recommended, even if you don't really like children :D

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mita

    It is a biography, while I took it out from bookshelf expecting to read about this one bright little girl discovering the world. The little girl has grownup and this is her story of reaching and touching children hearts across the globe. I'm glad to know how big and beautiful Totto-chan has become. It is a biography, while I took it out from bookshelf expecting to read about this one bright little girl discovering the world. The little girl has grownup and this is her story of reaching and touching children hearts across the globe. I'm glad to know how big and beautiful Totto-chan has become.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Primadonna

    This book reminds us to be MORE grateful. To be more in touch with our empathy and compassion. However sometimes the not-so-subtle propaganda rather nags me. But this is a must read for those who long for something simple, touching and uplifting.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ira Fauzia

    I found out that this sequel is out of my expectation, may be because it's written style is different from totto-chan's first book which is like novel based on true story. This book is more like a collection of I found out that this sequel is out of my expectation, may be because it's written style is different from totto-chan's first book which is like novel based on true story. This book is more like a collection of

  11. 4 out of 5

    Yana Hersintawani

    What a stunning story. Based on true. Really inspiring. This book makes me know more about children and their own universe and told us to treat our environment in a wise way. Tetsuko is an outrageous UNICEF ambassador!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Suci

    This book will tell you the journey of Toto-chan as UNICEF ambassador. She went to countries where children need help more. I was touched when she, herself, doing some community work even though in very hard situation... That's how she love children... This book will tell you the journey of Toto-chan as UNICEF ambassador. She went to countries where children need help more. I was touched when she, herself, doing some community work even though in very hard situation... That's how she love children...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Misaki

    This book was not very hard to read, however the topic was incredibly deep and sad. I got to know more about how kids are living in much less economically developed countries. Some of the pictures shown in the book shocked me and made me aware of the disparity and unfairness in this world.

  14. 4 out of 5

    feriin

    the second book from Tetsuko Kuroyagi, from the book "totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window" (i bought this on 2003) the second book from Tetsuko Kuroyagi, from the book "totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window" (i bought this on 2003)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ida

    this book is truly amazing

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ida

    Children are great teachers for adults. The book is so touching...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nissa Nissa

    To view life in the horizon of land with no rain... just got to that conclusion. Hasn't finished yet... To view life in the horizon of land with no rain... just got to that conclusion. Hasn't finished yet...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Riza

    Second book of Totto-chan. Huaaa...seriously i love this book. Seeing children around the world.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Phie Raditya

    This book help me to see clearer of world's problem, especially problems of children and women. This book help me to see clearer of world's problem, especially problems of children and women.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Maria andriana

    a good reason to continuing helping others

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    She could really describe what she saw both descriptively and emotionally. But there was a slight dullness while reading it, though I still feel empathy for the children.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Husni Fithri

    Heartwarming! Reading this book will make u thank to God for all bliss in your life. And it is also one of inspiring book which give me a wish to become some one like what Totto did ^^

  23. 4 out of 5

    June

    a grown up Totto Chan's journey to visit childeren in the developing world of Asia and Africa. a grown up Totto Chan's journey to visit childeren in the developing world of Asia and Africa.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Merry

    touching story about children in many country that beyond our imagination and make me realize how lucky i am compare to them.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Swety Retna

    totto chan's children.... this story is so touching.... totto chan's children.... this story is so touching....

  26. 5 out of 5

    Fitta Emike Emike Emike

    The story is written very simply, and it would not be inappropriate for a child, yet not too simplified for an adult.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Salsabilinas Labiba

    a lil bit scary seeing how hunger had attack humans in the world, but it's cute a lil bit scary seeing how hunger had attack humans in the world, but it's cute

  28. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    This book made me depressed wtf.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ratri Anugrah

    It's no longer a story. Just like a journey of the old Totto-Chan. It's no longer a story. Just like a journey of the old Totto-Chan.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robertus

    Very inspiring.

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