Benny the Cock is proud, vain, and boastful. He doesn't miss a chance to put the other animals down. When they decide to get even, he's surprised. Tori the Frog wants to learn how to fly. He's jealous of the other creatures who can. When he gets the ability to fly, he's surprised by his family's reaction.
Benny and Tori are the main characters in author Ruo Xing Antoinette Loh's In My World: The Cock Crows and Tori the Frog. Aimed at readers between the ages of four and eight, In My World is imaginative and entertaining. But it's more than that. Its stories share an understated moral tone that can plant good ideals in young, impressionable minds. "The Cock Crows" and "Tori the Frog" can be interpreted on a moral and spiritual level, on an empirical level as experienced by most children, and on an educational level aimed at instructing and teaching young minds.
In My World: The Cock Crows and Tori the Frog may heal and inspire, all while being entertaining. It can also spark conversations about important topics.
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