Tetas (Breasts)

Genichiro Yagyu
Translation from Japanese: Kiyoko Masaoka and Herrín Hidalgo

ISBN: 978-84-935982-4-2
The Map of my Body Collection, number 3 / Edición en castellano; Spanish edition; work originally published in 1989 by Fukuinkan Shoten Publishers, Inc., Tokio, Japan, under the title Oppai no himitsu (A Story of the Breasts) / Translation from Japanese: Kiyoko Masaoka and Herrín Hidalgo / 1st edition, 2nd reprint: October 2016 / 22,7 x 24,7 cm / 24 pages / colour illustrations / hardcover / printed at Brizzolis, Madrid, Spain

Why do women have breasts and men don't? Because they are used to nurse babies! But men also have breasts! But they have no milk! I see! This book explains what breasts are and how they work in an amusing way which even a baby can understand.

Breasts forms part of the series The Map of my Body, comprised by six titles. The author, Genichiro Yagyu, is Japanese. As a child, he had very bad eyesight and wore round glasses with a white frame that looked like slices of turnip, so at school he used to get called “turnip glasses”. This gave him plenty to think about for a while. When he got over it, he began to worry about his plump buttocks, and later on, about the holes of his nose. After looking at himself and others so much, it was no surprise he would end up making these books to get to know our body a little better and understand how it functions.

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