I didn't know that my daughter hadn't been satisfied with her dictionary. What she had was a bit old one, which I purchased for her around five years ago. I rarely saw her using it at home actually. At home, she makes use of my old electric dictionary, saying "I can save time!" I thought there was no problem for her to look up a word until the day before yesterday. She should've asked me to get a useful one early. She is eligible for it as a student in the middle of the essential educational period. Dictionaries shouldn't be outdated. Languages are alive and changeable.
I didn't know much about which one to choose for a junior high school student, so I checked the Net to get some info. Then I went to a bookshop and I got one with careful selection.
Accroding to information at the bookstore, this is one of the popular dictionaries among high school students. I could've bought another one published for junior high school students, but the dictionary caught my eyes especially after having second thought. After all, children are growing fast. Next year, my daughter will be old enough to use this one as a high school student. Time flies, really.