This is the second book in the series. It finds Indigo Animal in search of like-minded animals who love Classical Lawn Statuary. But it soon becomes evident that the situation at LSRI is not exactly what Indigo had expected!
the idea of how we use our time, and by extension, how we use our
. [It] reminds me a little of Krazy Kat.
Although less wacky and episodic, Indigo Animal has the same
deceptive depth and profundity as the doings in Kokonino County. Definitely
if you can find it."
"In the words
of its deep blue protagonist, this book provides a place where the
mind can be fed calmly, promoting relaxation and a wider vision in
the midst of one's busy day
and life. A lovely, magical book."
"Aside from being the most visually charming 'graphic novel' ever produced, Indigo Animal is vital literature, literature that conveys meaning through the power of feeling that it delivers to the reader. You could sit with your five-year old and read it aloud, you could read it to your shrink or your clergyman or your grandparents, and each of them would respond to Indigo's joy of search and discovery.
What is to be done with a four-footed creature, apparently mammal, of an unknown age, of unspecified gender who reads Epictetus and the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius?
Before you read
that next book of Dogen, Chodron, Tolle or Dr. Phil, do yourself a
splendid favor and pick up a copy of Indigo Animal. It does
not matter how many Sanskrit texts you have personally translated
or how many Lotus Feet you have kissed, if you have not met Indigo
you are at great risk of spiritual illiteracy."
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