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A tree full of monkeys the last thing fourteen-year-old Jay Berry Lee thought he'd find on one of his treks through Oklahoma's Cherokee Ozarks. Jay learns from his grandfather that the monkeys have escaped from a circus and there is a big reward for anyone who finds them. He knows how much his family needs the money. Jay is determined to catch the monkeys. It's a summer of thrills and dangers no one will ever forget. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
This is a classic book. Read it aloud with my kids and they wanted to hear more every night.Published 2 days ago by Mom Corporate
I thought this book was good but at parts it was incredibly boring. Overall, however, I recommend you read it.Published 14 days ago by Nicole C. Ward
My almost 3 year old and I read this book as he fell asleep for many nights. The next morning he would be so excited to tell me all about Jay Berry catching those monkeys. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brady B.
I'm reading this book with my daughter, and she don't want to put it down. We love itPublished 5 months ago by Leslie Washington
My son was disappointed to learn than Rawls has only this book and _Where the Red Fern Grows_. It's hard to find books he loves as much as these two. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angela Smith