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The American Dream of Braven Young

48 pages
Good & True Media

Why did he have to work late again? I know, I know. He has to work. He has to help "Save America"...During this exciting and spirited tour of our nation's capital, readers are introduced to Braven Young, a ten year old boy who just wants to build paper airplanes with his dad. But his dad is always busy working to “save America” whatever that means. While waiting up to see his dad, Braven falls asleep and dreams about having the time of his life in Washington D.C.. Finally, he is free to do whatever he wants with the National Mall as his playground! But, soon, things start spiraling out of control.

As The American Dream of Braven Young races to its imaginative and inspiring conclusion, Braven begins looking for the one person that can help him...his dad. Along the way, Braven visits iconic landmarks, meets famous historic figures as Martin Luther King Jr., Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and learns that with true freedom comes responsibility.

Author Bio
Meet Brooke Raybould. Brooke lives in Washington D.C. with her husband Ryan and their 4 boys. She received her Bachelors Degree from The University of Southern California and her MBA from Georgetown University. Despite her many achievements, this chapter of her life as a "mama" is her favorite one yet! For nearly 5 years, Brooke has been documenting and sharing her joy-filled journey through marriage and motherhood with what has grown to be 240,000 followers on her Instagram page, @thesouthernishmama. The American Dream of Braven Young is her first book.Juan Manuel Moreno is originally from Buenos Aires. As a young boy, he was always drawn to creating images. His first "job" was to color his newborn brother's head in bright felt pens. He spent most of his childhood years living in the countryside and cultivating his passion for painting. After studying graphic design, he lectured at the university and worked as an in-house illustrator for different studios with clients ranging from Warner, Disney, Conspiracy and Scholastic. In 2003, Juan and his wife, Patricia decided to travel the Americas and ended up living in different countries. In 2006, they finally crossed the pond and decided to stay in Barcelona, where he started a career as a freelance illustrator.