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Ever wondered what the difference between a good book and a bad book is? It's pretty simply: A good book makes you emotional. You want to talk about it with your friends and learn more about it. A bad book? Not so much. Nihongo Dokkai Chukyu takes this concept and applies it to language learning. It includes 12 compelling stories from topics like science, way of life and media that don't simply end once you're done reading them. They encourage you to learn more, think about and express your opinion about the topics. As a result you don't just improve your reading comprehension, but also your speaking or writing skills, depending on how you communicate about the texts. Obviously these topics aren't for everyone, but if you are interested in social studies, philosophy and the like, this book offers exciting stories that go far beyond regular textbook stories.