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"Aye Aye's family lives in a town on the Irawaddy River. Her mother is a nurse in a nearby hospital and her father is a fisherman. The story also provides an elementary introduction to Buddhist culture and the tradition of metta, a practice of saying phrases of loving-kindness"-- Page 4 of cover
On a plane trip to their home country, a girl describes the sights, sounds, customs and life of Myanmar to her little sister who has never been there before