By Wilson Rawls
The very last thing a fourteen-year-old boy expects to discover alongside an outdated Ozark river backside is a tree jam-packed with monkeys. Jay Berry Lee's grandpa had an evidence, of course--as he did for many issues. The monkeys had escaped from a touring circus, and there has been a good-looking present in shop for somebody who might trap them. Grandpa acknowledged there wasn't any animal that could not be stuck by some means, and Jay Berry began believing him . . .
But via the tip of the "summer of the monkeys," Jay Berry Lee had realized much more than he ever bargained for--and not only approximately monkeys. He discovered approximately religion, and needs coming real, and realizing what it truly is you really need. He even discovered a bit approximately transforming into up . . .
This novel, set in rural Oklahoma round the flip of the century, is a heart-warming relations story--full of wealthy aspect and pleasant characters--about a time and position while miracles have been relatively the best of things...