On January 13, 2018, it was released in Hindi and English translation in New Delhi, India, by the Japan International Cooperation Agency. An earlier Japanese-English bilingual edition (pictured) was published by Kodansha in November 2005.
Shinju started having ideas about writing the book while trying to explain wastefulness to her child.
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