Series: Japanese in MangaLand

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Japanese in MangaLand, Volume 1 by Marc BernabéVolume 1
Japanese in MangaLand, Volume 2 by Marc BernabéVolume 2
Japanese in MangaLand, Volume 3 by Marc BernabéVolume 3
Japanese in MangaLand, Workbook 1 by Marc BernabéWorkbook 1
Japanese in MangaLand, Workbook 2 by Marc BernabéWorkbook 2
Kanji in Mangaland, Volume 1 by Marc BernabéKanji 1
Kanji in MangaLand, Volume 2 by Marc BernabéKanji 2
Kanji in MangaLand, Volume 3 by Marc BernabéKanji 3

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  1. Japanese the Manga Way: An Illustrated Guide to Grammar and Structure by Wayne P. Lammers (2005)
  2. Kana de Manga (Manga University Presents) by Glenn Kardy (2004)
  3. Mangajin's Basic Japanese Through Comics, Part 1 by Ashizawa Kazuko (1993)
  4. Kanji Cards, Vol. 1 (Tuttle Flash Cards) by Alexander Kask (2004)
  5. Japanese Step by Step : An Innovative Approach to Speaking and Reading Japanese by Gene Nishi (2000)
  6. How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles: Comparisons and Exercises by Naoko Chino (2005)
  7. Remembering the Kanji, Vol. 1: A Complete Course on How Not to Forget the Meaning and Writing of Japanese Characters by James W. Heisig (1986)
  8. A Dictionary of Japanese Particles (Kodansha's Children's Classics) by Sue A. Kawashima (1999)
  9. Remembering the Kana: The Hiragana / The Katakana by James W. Heisig (2001)
  10. Genki 1: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 1 by Eri Banno (1999)
  11. Breaking into Japanese Literature: Seven Modern Classics in Parallel Text by Giles Murray (2003)
  12. Genki II: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Workbook (English and Japanese Edition) by Eri Banno (1999)
  13. Kanji Pict-O-Graphix: Over 1,000 Japanese Kanji and Kana Mnemonics by Michael Rowley (1992)
  14. Nakama 1: Workbook/Laboratory Manual by Seiichi Makino (1998)
  15. Japonais Sans Peine Tome 1 by Assimil (1985)

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