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Tuttle Publishing
Premier publisher of Asian-inspired works focusing on: Language Learning, Art & Design, Origami & Crafts, Cookbooks, Martial Arts, Children's Books & More!
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Check out Professional Security Magazine's review of 'Krav Maga Extreme Survival' And for a limited time, get free U.S. shipping on the book with code KRAVMAGA:
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 13
recently sat down with —one of the authors of 'Japanese Tattoos' Check out the full interview:
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 12
A trendy take on a holiday classic🌵 (from 'Stylish Succulents' )
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 11
included PULUTAN in its round-up of this year's "smorgasbord of cookbooks by Filipino American and Filipino Canadian authors."
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 10
Step inside the story with as they unfold fan favorite Tokyo Pop-Up Book!
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 7
Today is the LAST DAY of Tuttle's 12 Days of Giveaways! You can win a signed copy of bestseller 'Cool Japan Guide' and a signed copy of 'Cool Tokyo Guide,' as well as 2 original, signed sketches from author/artist Abby Denson!
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Allison Branscombe Dec 6
I am so honored my book is on this list! Here are many great book ideas for kids to learn about other kids around the world!
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 6
It's Day 11 of our 12 Days of Giveaways! Win a signed copy of 'LaFosse's Origami Butterflies,' a signed butterfly folded by author Michael LaFosse & a 500 pack of 'Chiyogami Patterns Origami Paper' TO ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 5
It's Day 10 of our 12 Days of Giveaways! Today, you can win a copy of 'Korean Stories for Language Learners,' signed by author Julie Damron, as well as copies of Pocket Korean Dictionary and Korean Flash Cards. ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 4
Day 9 of the 12 Days of Giveaways! Win 4 signed Alexander Bennett books: 'Japan the Ultimate Samurai Guide,' 'Hagakure,' new release 'The Complete Musashi' and the not-yet-released 'Bushido: The Samurai Code of Japan' ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Dec 3
Day 8 of 12 Days of Giveaways! Win a copy of 'All About China'—an interactive introduction to Chinese culture for kids—signed by author and a wooden tangram puzzle, which is one of the cultural activities described in the book. ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 30
Day 5 of 12 Days of Giveaways! Win copies of bestseller 'Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible' and new release '250 Japanese Knitting Stitches,' along with three 100% baby alpaca yarn skeins in a beautiful ivory color. ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 29
Day 4 of 12 Days of Giveaways! Win a copy of 'Next Generation Paper Airplanes Kit,' 'Flying Dragons Paper Airplane Kit,' a signed copy of 'Tokyo Pop-Up Book' & a dragon airplane, signed and folded by author Sam Ita. ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 28
Day 3 of 12 Days of Giveaways! Win signed copies of 'My First Book of Vietnamese Words' and 'Vietnamese Children's Favorite Stories' from author Tran Thi Minh Phuoc and illustrators Nguyen Thi Hop and Nguyen Dong ENTER:
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Abby Denson Nov 25
That feeling when you realize your Tokyo hotel's gift shop carries your books. Good selection!
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 26
Today is the first day of Tuttle's 12 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS! Win a signed copy of Japanese Tattoos, a copy of Japanese Whisky with a signed book postcard from , an original Japanese tattoo sketch from tattoo artist and more! ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 19
*Win a copy of GYOZA: The Ultimate Dumpling Cookbook* TO ENTER:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 19
👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 you can learn more about Allison's book ALL ABOUT CHINA here:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 16
Good news! Available for order here:
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Tuttle Publishing Nov 15
Today's Gift Guide is for the Linguaphile! You may not understand their desire to study new languages (we all stumbled through a foreign language in high school, who would put themselves through that voluntarily?), but linguaphiles are a determined bunch
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