34th out of 43 books — 9 voters
Baby Blue (Blue Moon #2)
by Julia Green
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...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published April 29th 2004 by Penguin Books, Limited (UK)
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I loved it. It was fantastic but yet so moving i hope will will grow up and be responsible.I found my self so involved in the book i could not put it down.Everywhere i went the book came with me that's how amazing it is and i do recommend teens to read it because it surely put me off having children at a young age.I got the details of how much work it would be it does not seem enjoyable unless you are doing a fantastic job lie Mia. I would have wanted the book to continue but the cliff hander wa...more
Mia is 16 and a mother. It doesn't idealise young motherhood. In fact it shows just how tiring it can be and how isolating. Also it portrays how she feels as everyone is looking at her just because she is little more than a child herself. I thought it was a good book which all teens should read.