I Don't See The Monkeys
This fanciful children's book by Kathy Collins Barber is a story about a group of monkeys who disappeared one day from their treetop home and a resulting search to find out where they went. It was inspired by and is dedicated to her grandson, Logan, who first noticed the monkeys were missing. This book is extra special because it was illustrated by Jayden Bryce Chester, our sister Janice's eight year old grandson (he was seven when he drew the pictures). "I Don't See The Monkeys" can be purchased by contacting Kathy Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jayden's Debut as an Illustrator
This is the picture of Jayden that is on the back of the book, and here's his bio:
Jayden Bryce Chester is the son of Amber Hill and Jeremy Chester. He lives in Clintwood, Virginia with his mother and his older sister, Allie. He is eight years old and is in third grade at Longs Fork Elementary. Jayden loves to draw anything he sees and is an avid fan of Peyton Manning and the Indiana Colts. He wants to be an artist or a football player when he grows up.