Tony Tapir and Friends is a book written by Patricia Chew, a Singaporean writer who devotes her time to write children’s book. This book teaches children the importance of community.
In this story, Tony Tapir and his friends overcame their differences and chose to unite as one to destroy their common foe. Read this book to find out how they overcome this foe.
The Quest of the Great Pearl is the sequel to the first book, Tony Tapir and Friends. This book once again set against the background of the Asian Rainforest.
With this book, the author hopes to promote timeless values such as integrity, loyalty, faith, hope and love.
Featuring delightful rhymes and songs, readers will also get a glimpse of the exotic and endangered flora/fauna found in Asia such as the Rafflesia and Titan Arum. These plants are just as endangered as the tapirs and Javan rhinoceroses, due to deforestation.
About the author
Patricia G.I. Chew is the author of Tony Tapir and Friends, Formerly trained as a solicitor in England and Wales and qualified as an Advocate & Solicitor in Singapore, she now devotes her time to writing children’s books. This passion for writing was inherited from her late father, Commendatore Dr. David Chew who authored many books on banking in the 1970s in Singapore.