Twin brothers Arion and Argo are scared. They have spent most oftheir lives shipwrecked on the lonely, gray island of Terrene withtheir ship's captain, and now he is leaving and they cannot imaginelife on Terrene without him. He is going to Bluestone, a placewhere the birds always sing and the grass is ever green. He tellsthem he is going to prepare a place for them in Bluestone. Then hewill come back for them, and they will all go to Bluestonetogether.
Though Bluestone sounds like a wonderful place, the boys find itdifficult to wait for the captain on Terrene. The island is so graythat it is hard for them to imagine the vibrant colors ofBluestone. Soon they grow tired of watching and waiting for theircaptain, and it is hard for them to remember his voice. Can theyreally believe that he will come back for them? To do so they musthave faith-they must see with their hearts, not their eyes.
Will the captain really come back for Arion and Argo like hepromised? And will the boys be ready for his return?