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Baby Blue” picks up Mia’s story (begun in “Blue Moon”) just after the birth of her baby. Mia is sixteen now, and still living with Dad, although this relationship becomes increasingly under strain. Not only is Mia having to work out the complicated emotional and practical implications of being a mother when she herself is still a child, with huge emotional needs of her own, she is also having to negotiate new relationships with the adults and young people around her.


Comments on: "Baby blue – Julia Green" (2)

  1. Jessica said:

    This book is a really heart warming book, it really puts life into perspective for me. Its about a teenage girl who falls pregnant with her boyfriend, when she finds out her life falls apart her and stop talking, she cat go to school and nothing seems to be going her way. After having the baby she is exaughsted. She just wants her old life back, She eventually grows to love her baby she starts talking to her friends again and eve her boyfriend. Her life soon becomes something she enjoys and doesnt dred, I would recommended this book for anyone thats a mature reader. I would probably give this book a 7/10 because its a really inspiring book and proves that nothing is impossible.


  2. Baby Blue is a really good book, it is about a girl called Mia and her life is turned upside down when she has a baby at 16. Her whole life changes and she has to work slowly to put her life back together. as her friends do what every 16 year old would do, she is stuck at home. She is stubborn and will not take no for an answer. I would recommend this book to girls 12+! Overall I would rate this book a 4/5 as it is good but a few little things could be better!


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