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Personally, being from a younger generation we need to be reminded of such things so that we will be more grateful for the comforts we have today. It kept me engaged through the use of various amounts of words on each page, the graphics, the cultural knowledge imparted, the way Lat made me instantly connect with the boy, Mat. But I did love learning about a boy growing up in a kampung in rural Malaysia near a tin mine.
The area had clusters of wooden houses, trees, back alleys, lumber yard, shops and huts.If the thrower missed hitting anyone, he or she will be out of the game.The game was a process of elimination where the last kid standing will become the champion.Kampung Boy is a favorite of millions of readers in Southeast Asia.With masterful economy worthy of Charles Schultz, Lat recounts the life of Mat, a Muslim boy growing up in rural Malaysia in the 1950s: his adventures and mischief-making, fishing trips, religious study, and work on his family's rubber plantation.