Written by Steve Berkowitz
Edited by Laurie Berkowitz
Illustrated by Bjorn Minde
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Chocrotes and the World Without Question by Steve Berkowitz is a thought-provoking story that instills the importance of standing up for what you believe in instead of letting others decide for you.
A young rooster is born in a time when a ruler, King Doodle Doo is in power. King Doodle Doo forbids any chickens or roosters from asking questions. The young rooster is very inquisitive and can barely contain himself. His parents decide to name him Chocrotes after a great chicken philosopher who taught chickens to question everything. As Chocrotes grows he can no longer hide his inquisitiveness and is soon banished from the Kingdom of the Chickens. However, banishment cannot stop a curious chicken.
Read Chocrotes and the World Without Question and find out what Chocrotes has planned for King Doodle Doo and the Kingdom of the Chickens.
I enjoyed Chocrotes and the World Without Question. I found the chicken names comical, but the lessons learned are significant. And above all if you want to know something ask questions!
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