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.
Julia Green's teen books are currently published by Puffin. In Blue Moon and Baby Blue, concerning teenage pregnancy and motherhood, she writes about big issues in a sensitive, intelligent way. Her most-recent title Hunter's Heart was picked as a 'top title' in the Bookseller roundup of teenage reads. This is her third White Wolves title for A&C Black, fMore about Julia Green