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Details of Recipetin Eats Dinner by Nagi Maehashi Book

  • Book Name: Recipetin Eats Dinner 
  • Authors: Nagi Maehashi 
  • Pages: 379
  • Genre: Cooking
  • Publish Date: 11 October 2022
  • Language: English

Book review:

Recipetin Eats Dinner by Nagi Maehashi is a children's book that focuses on an 11-year-old boy named Recipetin. At the start of the book, we find out that Recipetin was an unwanted child. He grew up eating dinner by himself. The author then goes into detail about how he learned to eat dinner with his family.

Nagi Maehashi uses the metaphor of dinner as a social activity to help readers understand how important eating with friends is. The book starts off with the line 'It was dinner time.' 

The word 'time' connotes a sense of urgency and completeness. This motivates readers to understand that dinner time is a very important part of daily life. It helps you complete your day and it helps you bond with your family. Essentially, it helps you stay healthy and happy.

Many people learn how to eat dinner with their families at an early age. Nagi highlights this by comparing eating dinner to giving birth to a child. Many people have children without being married or having a partner. 

Some children are born through accidental pregnancies, so the author highlights the idea that children can come about without parental consent or intention.

Recipetin was an unwanted infant who learned to eat dinner alone because his parents did not want him. From this, it is clear that learning how to socialize with your family at dinner time is difficult but rewarding.

Nagi then discusses how Recipetin learned to eat with his family at dinner time. He learned this by observing his parents at dinner time and copying their behavior. 

He learned what foods were common at dinner time and what his family liked to eat. He learned when everyone got hungry and when they were done eating. This allowed him to successfully join his family at the dinner table and make them happy.

By explaining how difficult it is for Recipetin to join his family at dinner, Nagi encourages readers to consider how they interact with their loved ones at mealtime. Many students learn to eat dinner with their families by watching their parents or siblings do so. 

Alternatively, some learn by copying what others have eaten for dinner in the past. In either case, learning new ways of interacting with your family can be difficult but rewarding.

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