This picture book is the third work in the series about "Discrimination". It illustrates a very simple fact, that is, the recognition of each person is different respectively.
This is the third picture book in the series about "Discrimination".
The word "discrimination" does not come out in this picture book either. Please also regard this picture book as a part of the introduction.
his picture book illustrates the fact that each person's recognition on an identical being is different respectively. In the case of this picture book, the object is a human being, but it could be anything. Whether the object is a human being or more abstract concepts such as, history or gods, the recognition of the object would vary according to each person.