The Children’s Book Review | June 4, 2018
A journey of friendship, family, and the courage to hold onto dreams . . .
Written by Melody J. Bremen
Publisher’s Synopsis: Indigo is a boy with a dream.
He spends his mornings in a refrigerator box, his afternoons shoveling snow, and his nights in the basement of a homeless shelter. But during every free moment, he draws and dreams of becoming a famous artist.
His best friend Jade looks after him, but she is arrested for shoplifting and he’s left all alone. With his box of pencils under his arm, he sets out on a quest to search for Jade and discovers a whole new world… full of the art he loves.
His journey brings him friendship, family, and the courage to hold onto his dreams.
Ages 9-12 | Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform | July 7, 2017 | ISBN-13: 978-1548663353
About the Author
Melody J. Bremen writes books for middle grade and young adult readers. She lives on a distant planet where all they do is write and read books. (Sometimes they eat jelly beans.) She has a faithful computer named Oswald. Visit her website at www.melodyjbremen.com, Pinterest, and Goodreads.
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