Indigo Blue

Indigo Blue I need a seriously brilliant daydream because everything is far from OK When Indigo s mum announces that they re moving just Indie Mum and baby Misti Indie doesn t understand Why the hurry Where are

  • Title: Indigo Blue
  • Author: Cathy Cassidy
  • ISBN: 9780141338897
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • I need a seriously brilliant daydream because everything is far from OK When Indigo s mum announces that they re moving just Indie, Mum and baby Misti Indie doesn t understand Why the hurry Where are they going Will her best friend, Jo, still be there for her In a dingy old flat with a grumpy neighbour, no heating and only biscuits to eat, Indie begins I need a seriously brilliant daydream because everything is far from OK When Indigo s mum announces that they re moving just Indie, Mum and baby Misti Indie doesn t understand Why the hurry Where are they going Will her best friend, Jo, still be there for her In a dingy old flat with a grumpy neighbour, no heating and only biscuits to eat, Indie begins to realize that her mum s got a reason for running away a secret no one can admit .

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    About "Cathy Cassidy"

    1. Cathy Cassidy

      I was born in 1962 in Coventry scarily ancient, I know I wrote my first picture book for my little brother when I was eight or nine I loved making comics, too pages and pages of picture stories, features and competitions.I went to Art College in Liverpool, then got a job as fiction editor on the fab and legendary Jackie magazine.I have worked as agony aunt on Shout magazine and also as an art teacher in the local primary secondary schools, as well as as a freelance illustrator These days, I am a full time author.I love my family, I love living in the middle of nowhere and I love my work Of all my jobs, writing has to be the best it s the perfect excuse to daydream, after all

    124 thoughts on “Indigo Blue”

    1. I was recommended to read this book following a discussion with my 10 year old cousin. I was a bit surprised that she would be reading about such sensitive issues at her age but she is well above her own reading age.Cathy Cassidy addresses some very sensitive issues in this story with the main issue being about domestic abuse. I think she has written the story subtly from Ingido's point of view, and Indigo does not fully understand what is truly going on between her Mum and Max. I think it is th [...]



    2. Was rummaging through some of my old books today, deciding what to keep, what to give to a charity shop, etc. Then came across this! Indigo Blue. I couldn't possibly give this book away. I loved it. So so so so much. I read it first when I was 10, and I was hooked on Cathy Cassidy. Absolutely hooked. The only other book out by her at the time though was Dizzy, and I remember impatiently waiting for another book of hers to come out.Even though I loved the others of her books that I have read too, [...]


    3. I read this book 10 years ago. Wow how time flies. I was only ten at the time. It was actually one of the first books I really read. And when I say 'really' I mean that I'd ignore other activities (watching tv/playing) to read it. It's what really started my genuine love for books. Indigo Blue introduced me to a whole new world. A world where I could get away from reality and experience things through another person.This book is very poignant for me. I remember reading one of the earlier scenes [...]


    4. This is my first Cathy Cassidy's book and I've become her huge fan since then. This book is really amazing. It reflects the social issue(domestic violence) in reality. The main character Indigo is a 11-year-old girl who lacks confidence. She loves daydreaming because she can control everything in it. It's kind of sad because she's just escaping from reality But in some ways,she's also brave.She never cries or complains or feel sorry about herself. The character Jo is so “real” and I think we [...]


    5. really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really aWESOME




    6. ( For Indigo Blue) This book is about a young girl named Indigo and experience with her mom and step father separating. She needs to figure out a way to get through it and still be able to get good grades in school. Indie has a best friend named Jo that she will not even express how scared and sad she is when her Mom’s recent new husband starts treating the family in an abusive way. Indie has a baby sister named Misti who is Max’s (her step father) daughter. One day when Indies Mom has had [...]


    7. Indigo Blue is a good book I think. It makes you think. Indie has nothing. She has a mom and a baby sister Misti. My least favorite character would have to be Max. He is abusive, both physically and verbally. At the end of the book he almost kills Indie's mom in a car crash. My favorite character would have to be Indie. She is so strong. Her life is like crumbled up and thrown in the trash. My favorite part is the part when Indie tries out for the classroom play. Indie really wants to be in that [...]


    8. Indigo Blue is narrated through the eyes of Indigo, an 11 year old girl, who moves into a terrible flat with her mother and half-sister, Misty, after her mother leaves her abusive step-father. It's a middle-grade novel that deals with sensitive topics such as domestic abuse, poverty, homelessness and depression in a manner that is less intense for middle grade readers, but it isn't written in a condescending tone. Witnessing what this family has to go through is heart-wrenching.Indigo Blue might [...]


    9. This book beautifully portrays what children has to go through because of family rift, and the challenging responsibilities the elder sibling has to face, no matter how young they are. It was a good read. :)


    10. This was the best book i have evr read it is amazing there is no other book i would recomend anyone who loves to read this is the book for anyone Cassidy you have done it again blown me away to the bits bits i tell u bits


    11. Indigo blue is very sad but I like real-life fiction and this book made me cry, so get out your tissues ladies


    12. It was great love it very moving and inspirational about a wonderful family that went through hard time's. Readers you must real this book do watse time read it now



    13. Amazing. A bit of a shock that my 11 year old devoured this and it's really a fairly intense subject, but well written and definitely makes me want to read more!





    14. I re-read this book from my childhood as I remember how much I liked it back then, although I grasped the story line of what was happening my younger self pictured the flat to be a lot more cheerier than it is actually described. But I love how Cathy Cassidy writes! And as I was a hipster child I didn't go down the mainstream Jacquline Wilson road I chose Cathy and I'm glad I did.


    15. two difficult topics to cover in one middle grades bookI'm hoping that the UK version of this had where to go for help or more information on bullying or domestic violence at the end (this was a USA version, also could have been added at the end) .I'm glad to see these awkward and scary subjects in kids books. but I fear it doesn't always come out happy at the end.*ILL read


    16. Recently, I embarked on a re-reading the-classics-from-my-childhood-and-tween-years journey, and it could not be complete without the inclusion of Cathy Cassidy's books. Well, I've read them all now, and the last one was 'Indigo Blue'. Out of all of Cathy's books, this one is probably the 'youngest'. What I mean by that is, it is aimed at older children, I would say, rather than almost teenagers. Indigo's life has been turned upside down. The fighting at home has gotten worse, and Mum's had enou [...]


    17. Indigo is a very special kind of girl. She wakes up very early every day, arrives to school an hour early. When she is at school, she takes a book and sits down in the playground.Sometimes she imagines lions, and tigers attacking her or any other thing that pops up in her imagination. Her best friend Jo goes to gymnastics and swimming club. She reads scary books and teen magazines. She plays violin and collects stuffed animals.Indigo doesn’t do all of these things, her only real passion is day [...]


    18. 'Indigo Blue' is a story written from the point of view of an eleven year old girl, Indigo. She lives at home with her mum, Anna, her mums boyfriend, Max and her sister Misti. However, after another vicious night, Indigo's mum tells Indigo that her and Misti will be moving out and going elsewhere away from Max. Scared and confused, Indigo follows her mums wishes and constantly reminds herself that it's her mums fault Max left her, her mum is clumsy, always has bruises and is often forgetful so s [...]


    19. A real adventure. A true friend. Meet Indigo BlueBluebells, bluebirds, blue skies, blue jeans.Indigo's mum loves the colour blue- it's the colour of all her favourite things.When mum announces that they're moving- just Indie, Mum and baby Misti-Indie doesn't understand.Why the hurry? Where are they going?Will her best friend, Jo, still be there for her?In a dingy old flat with a grumpy neighbour, no heating and only biscuits to eat, Indie begins to realize that her mum's got a reason for running [...]


    20. Check out my full review over on my blog here!----This book was pushed and shoved at me (recommended) to read by my younger sister for quite a while. We're both big fans of Cathy Cassidy and especially love her The Chocolate Box Girls Series.This is one of the first books that Cathy Cassidy ever wrote and it's very obvious to see just how much her writing has progressed and changed over the years. The writing style of the book was good but a little bland. I felt that everything was a little suga [...]


    21. Cathy Cassidy has a genuine talent for writing from the POV of children and making it interesting without having a fantasy feel.


    22. As I love Cathy Cassidy, I didn't doubt this book wouldn't be interesting. I was right! Yes, it was a little short for me but overall it was fantastic.Eleven-year-old Indigo is just a simple, normal girl with a best friend. That is, until she goes out of school one day and finds her Mum and her little sister in a car with a bunch of boxes in the back. They're moving. Indigo is sure they are moving because of her mother's boyfriend Max, and its right. Mum wants to forget about him, and it is quit [...]


    23. Indigo Blue by Cathy Cassidy was on the recommended shelf at my public library. I can see why they added it but I'm not sure how review the book.Indigo is twelve when she is abruptly moved from their comfortable but somewhat broken home into a damp, cold and moldy flat. Her mother has had enough of her abusive relationship with her current boyfriend and has to flee to save herself and her children. After that though the mother and her daughters are too stubborn and too proud to ask for help. So [...]


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