Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Kuto who lived in Central African Republic. His life was filled with grief and hardship, but he tried to make the best of it. He had a bowl haircut that was off black, and his face was shaved. He wore a green bomber jacket to keep warm.
Kuto’s parents had died when he was very young, so he had to fend for himself. He did odd jobs around the village to earn enough money to buy food and clothes. Sometimes he went without food for days, but he never gave up hope.
One day, Kuto met a kindly old woman who told him about a magical land where happiness reigns supreme. She said that if he could find this land, all of his troubles would disappear. Kuto didn’t know if she was telling the truth or not, but he decided to go on a journey to find out for himself.
He traveled for many days through the jungle, avoiding dangerous animals and sleeping in trees at night. Finally, he came across a clearing in the forest where there stood an enormous castle made of shining marble . . .