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The boy and the deer develop a unique friendship as the deer grows into a brave young buck and Kanta discovers his own resiliency and courage. With the bitter, cold Hokkaido winter as the backdrop, together they fight to save the deer from extinction and Kanta develops deep respect for the creatures that struggle to survive in such tough. Get this from a library! Kanta and the deer. [Daisaku Ikeda; Christina Sun] -- While staying with his uncle in the cold mountains of northern Japan, Kanta takes care of a fawn whose parents have been killed and learns that love for another can make one brave and self-reliant. When Kanta discovers a deer whose parents have been killed by hunters, he adopts it and names it Poyu. In caring for Poyu, the boy learns that love can make one brave and self-reliant. Then it turns out that Poyu is no ordinary deer, but a spirit deer born to save his kind from cruel hunters. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $
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Immanuel Kant is probably the most famous and complex of German philosophers. Immanuel Kant remains influential (getting through philosophy graduate school without studying him is nearly impossible), although Kant’s philosophy is verbose, theoretical, and difficult to comprehend. As a young man and a student, Kant lived a life of poverty and deprivation. He often went hungry, [ ]. Kanta & The Deer. Kanta is a city boy being cared for by an uncle living in the remote mountains of Hokkaido in northern Japan. The boy, who must live apart from his parents due to their work, has no other children for playmates and is very timid. Buy Kanta and the Deer by Ikeda, Daisaku, Sun, Christina (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Kanta and the Deer (Weatherhill, ) The Cherry Tree (Alfred A. Knopf, ) Life: An Enigma, a Precious Jewel (Kodansha International, ) The New Human Revolution (an ongoing series) (World Tribune Press, ) Over the Deep Blue Sea (Treasure Tower Books, ) The Princess and the Moon (Alfred A. Knopf, ).