In this novel about tolerance, acceptance, respect, and love, a young boy comes of age on a beloved yet dilapidated farm, developing a deep understanding of himself and those he loves. “An exceptional book for that special group of readers that enjoys introspective, superbly crafted fiction.”-Booklist
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