FREE Hiragana (and JLPT N5 Kanji) Reader for very Beginners

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A Hiragana Reader from our upcoming Beginner's Bundle - BERI- BERI- SHOSHINSHA. If you know hiragana, give this reader a try! It's FREE! No catches or opt-ins!

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What is the Beri- Beri- Shoshinsha Bundle?
A digital bundle of about a dozen ebooks on beginner-level topics including a series of hiragana and JLPT N5 Kanji readers such as Clay is Lost above.
What is included? Is it all New Stuff?
We are expecting it to launch with nearly a dozen resources (ebooks and lessons) with more coming in the next 2-3 months. About half of the material is brand-new. It will include several of our current titles such as Frank and the Obaasan and Inazuma Pronouns, but it will also have a growing library of hiragana readers, a new book on set phrases, and a get-started-quick guide to Japanese in general. The only book included that is currently in a different bundle is our hiragana book which is also in the Japanese Reader Collection Bundle. Everything else will be unique to this new bundle.
When will Beri- Beri- Shoshinsha be Released?
Soon! We are working hard on final edits.
Beri- Beri-... What Now?
The name is a play on two English words plus the Japanese word for “beginner”. ベリー beri- sounds like “very” and “berry” and 初心者 shoshinsha means “beginner” in Japanese.
So, ベリーベリー初心者  (beri- beri- shoshinsha)  can mean “very very beginners” or “berry berry beginners” or "very berry beginners." The name isn’t particularly meaningful, but it is cute and we like it.
Working on that too. But like our other bundles, my intention is to give you a lot of value for one low price.
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Jadeplant @ Sat, Sep 26, 20

Super story about Clay! Accessible for even complete beginners, a great on ramp to reading.