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At the end, Monkey was able to make Tong eat the bud, making him to not also care about the realities around him. Before reading this book, I thought that Bob Ong finally decided to branch out to young readers since that book itself has this colorful illustrations and the title itself seems to be like how a children's book is like.
But then again, while reading it, it's not. The book has this allegorical references to Philippine society. The author used the animals to portray the current context of the Philippines.
He used the insects to represent the masses, who are always oppressed, and the animals as the superior elites in the country. The book talks about the inefficiencies of the Philippine government and the politicians. Their lack of action and concern towards the real cause of the problems are the deep reasons why the Philippines continue to struggle. Despite just being a short read, the book gave enough depth to its characters. The book is unique on it's own.
The plot is presented well. The book is also fast paced and a quick read only a hundred pages which already includes the illustrated pages.
I like the author's unconventional approach in taking serious matters in presenting it in a way that's not that intimidating to read. There are symbols hidden in every character, situation and conversation.
The books also has this nice balance of humor and morals. The book discusses that of the Philippine society, culture and politics. The book talks about the society, the Filipino society in particular, on how most of the time we go numb towards the known problems of our society. Tong is pinkish red and is the youngest in the pack of their crab family. Tong also has a brother called Katang who planned to take revenge on him at the middle of the story.
His name is derived from the Visayan nursery rhyme Tong Tong Tong Pakitong-kitong, which is about crabs. Pagong - a tortoise who is helping Tong in his adventure. He amazes Tong with his collection of turtle eggs.
Aso - a wild dog. He is a lost dog living in a forest which he likes. He also helps Tong to find the banana heart, the whole forest will likely die. Aso has a spot on his left eye and is a little confused with everything he says.
He also likes playing. Kuneho - is mostly described as a Filipino version of Rabbit. He also joins Tong in his adventure in finding the banana heart. Kuneho is a little demanding on everything he says and is a little of always angry.
He is tall and gray. Buwaya - a crocodile who at the end, eats Tong's friends and Tong left behind.
He announces Tong his "best friend". But Tong doesn't agree. Buwaya joins an evil gang in the forest which includes Leon, the gang leader, daga, and Maya, a small bird, who is also buwaya's sidekick and whose main job is to clean buwaya's teeth. Daga - a rat living in the woods of Saging Republic.