Dandelion, by the author, Galvin Scott Davis, and Protein, is an incredible app experience and surely about to blow the bullies right out of town! Please share and pass on the word, October is the anti-bullying month. The sheer, faceless waif of a child is Benjamin Brewster, the protagonist of the story. He battles the bullies who appear unannounced as dark monstrous silhouettes slinking around and throughout the schoolyard. The illustrations are gorgeous, hand-drawn, and hauntingly beautiful masterpieces. The music is unique and compelling; the narration is the perfect mix of waif versus bully. The scenes are viewed through what looks to represent a retro Instamatic viewfinder mechanism, with a lever to navigate one from page to page. The narration button must be pushed on each page, which gives the viewer time to scan the hazy, dreamlike illustrations. This interactive children's book/almost movie is unlike any other. Benjamin Brewster needs your help to blow the Dandelions in order to keep the school bullies at bay. The setting is the perfect place to get the courage to confront the bullies, the haunting imagery stokes the imagination and we're sure you'll think of ways to help Benjamin out of his bind. Dandelion was written and developed to encourage children to use their imagination to fend off bullying and to create a story that would communicate the message globally.