The Well-Told Tale of Kaity Monday
The Well-Told Tale of Kaity Monday
The Well-Told Tale of Kaity Monday
Eddie Jones
A biased, sometimes meandering account of a girl who wished to be something she wasn't, The Well-Told Tale of Kaity Monday is first and foremost a tale, one that is well-told.Kaity Monday is the only girl in history to have experienced life as a tree. Before this, she lived underground with parents who made it abundantly clear, through telling her, that they didn't love her. When it is suggested to Kaity that she go above ground and never return (by her father, Grey, and her mother, May, both of whom hate Kaity) she finds it offensive, exciting, and then tiring.Coming into contact with a man named Mildy, who is undeniably and obviously evil, Kaity makes the immediate mistake of trusting and following him, only to find that the next days of her life would be spent in the body of what many passersby have described as an oak.

Book Details


  • Fantasy
  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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