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|It's Kirby Time: Thank You
Cover art for It's Kirby Time: Thank You
|November 27th, 2020
|March 23rd, 2023
|This read-along is perfect for sharing with those precious people in your life. We might not always express our gratitude for them, so Kirby and his friends are here to help share our feelings with them. Follow along as they share ways of saying ""thank you"" in various situations in the amazingly peaceful Dream Land.
— Official English YouTube adaptation description (archive)
It's Kirby Time: Thank You is the fifth book of the It's Kirby Time series. It was published by Shogakukan in Japan on November 27th, 2020. A video adaptation was released on March 23rd, 2023, available in several languages.
In this story, Kirby and company share with their friends what they are thankful for.
Kirby thanks Rick, Kine and Coo for laughing with him. Waddle Doo thanks Bonkers for crying with and comforting him. ChuChu and Susie thank each other for talking with one another. King Dedede and Waddle Dee have a barbeque together, Elline and Claycia mould clay, and Kirby and Bandana Waddle Dee are fishing together as they thank each other for helping find something to love and a new side of one's self. Chef Kawasaki supports Kirby's culinary endeavors, and Kirby eventually cooks up a pile of pancakes, leading Plasma Wisp to celebrate, as well as worry about its unstable look. Kirby thanks Meta Knight for helping him overcome his fear of the dark. Kirby and Taranza enjoy memories together, each holding a flower. Kirby thanks his friends for bringing sun into his world and promises to always cherish the time they spend toegther.
- The dark area where Meta Knight and Kirby are depicted has stitches in the wallpaper, making the place similar to Dark Manor. The similarity is deepened by the lamp Meta Knight is holding, which is similar to those seen in said stage.
- The field where Kirby and Taranza sit together is based on Fine Fields.
Names in other languages
Arigatō o todoke ni
|To express my gratitude
|Dank je wel
|I want to say thank you