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Indigo's Star: Book 2 (Casson Family) Paperback – 13 May 2004
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Another winning title from the inimitable Hilary McKay. (Publishing News)
Hilary McKay's strength lies in her understanding of young people and her ability to evoke them very simply.' (The Guardian)
As funny and compelling as her Whitbread-winning Saffy's Angel... The unpatronising, open, thought-provoking ending leaves us eager for more. Definitely a book to curl up with and enjoy in one single sitting. (Lesley Agnew, The Bookseller)
It's two years since Saffy found her angel and now her brother Indigo, the only boy in the Casson family, has a quest of his own. He's helped by his new school pal and, of course, by Rose, his ever-resourceful younger sister. The eagerly-awaited sequel to the award-winning Saffy's Angel.
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Indigo has been ill and missed quite a bit of term time and he's not looking forward to it because then he'll come face to face with his bullies again.
As he returns to school a new boy starts - he's American and has a can't care less attitude - they become pals and start to face the bullies.
You also meet the rest of the clan Rose is adjusting to life with glasses and to her dad being away in London, Eve (mum) spends lots of time in her shed (studio) painting, Saffy & her pal is trying to save Tom and Indigo from more beatings and big sister Caddy is trying to decide which boyfriend is the best!!!
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