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Title:
Naruto. Vol. 3, Bridge of courage
Author:
Kishimoto, Masashi.
Personal Author:
Edition:
Shonen jump graphic novel edition.
Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : Viz, 2004.

©1999
Physical Description:
203 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
General Note:
"This book reads from right to left"--Cover.

First published: Tokyo, Japan : Shueisha, 1997.

"This graphic novel contains material that was originally published in English in Shonen jump #11-14"--T.p. verso.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
Rated T for teens. Recommended for ages 13 and up.
ISBN:
9781591161875
Format :
Book

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Summary

Naruto is a ninja-in-training with a need for attention, a knack for mischief, and sealed within him, a strange, formidable power. His antics amuse his instructor Kakashi and irritate his teammates, intense Sasuki and witty Sakura, but Naruto is serious about becoming the greatest ninja in the village of Konohagakure!

Zabuza, the ninja assassin, was stopped from his first try at killing Tazuna the bridgebuilder - but Zabuza still lives! While the ninjas recover from their injuries, Kakashi puts Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura on a strict training regimen to protect Tazuna's family - including Tazuna's embittered grandson Inari - and prepare for Zabuza's next attack. But the next time won't be as easy, because joining Zabuza is his apprentice, Haku. And as the bridge comes closer to completion, our heroes must be willing to die - or kill - to protect the ones they love.


Author Notes

Author/artist Masashi Kishimoto was born in 1974 in rural Okayama Prefecture, Japan. After spending time in art college, he won the Hop Step Award for new manga artists with his manga Karakuri (Mechanism). His first version of Naruto, drawn in 1997, was a one-shot story about fox spirits; his final version, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999, quickly became the most popular ninja manga in Japan. Kishimoto has written more than 70 volumes in the series, several of which, have made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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