Young Charles and Father Lee moved to the tiny village just a few years ago and were welcomed with open arms. The disfigurement of Charles didn't seem to phase anyone and now for the first time in his life, he seems as though he's truly happy. Of course he cannot be happy all the time, he is still a young man trying to come to grips with his place in the world after all. He's a smart boy, probably too smart for his own good sometimes, and that leads him into a lot of mischief. A few oversized teeth that make it difficult to speak, but Father Lee has told Charlie that he has the voice of an angel. Can Charlie remain a happy young man through the misery of growing pains?