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London : Frances Lincoln,
ago in the country of Japan, a young woman longed for a child. Even
if the child was no bigger than a lotus seed. And that is just what
she had. Her little boy was no bigger than a lotus seed and she called
him Little Inchkin. When he grew up, Little Inchkin became determined
to become a fierce Samuri warrior. But how can someone so small become
a warrior? Find out in Little Inchkin.
Size -- Folklore.
Folklore -- Japan.
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