Kuto had always been a bit of a loner. He never really fit in with the other kids at school and he often found himself spending more time by himself than with others. So when Kuto’s parents decided to move to the Bahamas, he was excited for the opportunity to start fresh and maybe even make some new friends.
However, Kuto’s life in the Bahamas was not quite what he had expected. For starters, there were no other kids his age living on the island. And while everyone else seemed to enjoy spending their days lounging on the beach or swimming in the clear blue waters, Kuto just couldn’t seem to get into it. He missed having someone to talk to and do things with.
One day, while Kuto was walking along the beach by himself, he came across an old man who was fishing off of a pier. The man introduced himself as Carlos and asked Kuto if he wanted to join him for a little while. At first Kuto wasn’t sure if he should trust this stranger, but something about Carlos made him feel comfortable so he decided go ahead and fish with him for awhile . . .