The Indigo Notebook (Notebook Series #1)

The Indigo Notebook (Notebook Series #1)

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Overview

The Indigo Notebook (Notebook Series #1) by Laura Resau, Justine Eyre

An exciting new series from the acclaimed author of Red Glass.

Zeeta's life with her free-spirited mother, Layla, is anything but normal. Every year Layla picks another country she wants to live in. This summer they’re in Ecuador, and Zeeta is determined to convince her mother to settle down. Zeeta makes friends with vendors at the town market and begs them to think of upstanding, “normal” men to set up with Layla. There, Zeeta meets Wendell. She learns that he was born nearby, but adopted by an American family. His one wish is to find his birth parents, and Zeeta agrees to help him. But when Wendell’s biological father turns out to be involved in something very dangerous, Zeeta wonders whether she’ll ever get the chance to tell her mom how she really feels—or to enjoy her deepening feelings for Wendell.

Praise for Red Glass:
*“A captivating read.”—School Library Journal, Starred

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780307579799
Publisher: Random House Audio Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/13/2009
Series: Laura Resau's Notebook Series , #1
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.21(w) x 5.88(h) x 1.16(d)
Age Range: 10 - 14 Years

About the Author

Laura Resau lives with her husband, her dog, and her son in Colorado, where she teaches cultural anthropology and ESL (English as a Second Language). She is also the author of What the Moon Saw and Red Glass.

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The Indigo Notebook 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one very good book and I cant wait to read the others!!!! Although i would give it 5 stars if the story had a bit more of plot twists.... other than that it is perfect!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing book! Very very interesting!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the most amazing book ever! It is inspireing, sweet, with a simplebtouch of sweet pure love!!! I suggest this book to anyone who is interested in different coultures with thrill to it. Very easy yet fun read... kept me in the edge of my seat!!! My rating shows 5 stars but its really my way of saying 1,000,000!!! And that goes for the other two books in the series And i dont just give any book a rating if 1,000,000(:
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Hard to read at first, then got really good. I'd definitely recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The middle and the ending were really good, since the begining was kinda slow.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though plot of the story was boring and not very interesting, there were very good twists, which makes for a good read.
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Maertel More than 1 year ago
Though not compelling reading like RED GLASS, The Indigo Notebook has many fun plot twists, despite the recursive Mommy angst. The major reason for not highly recommending it is the truly horrible guinea pig eating. For many of us who have loved our little pig pets, this was a deal-breaker for caring about the rest of the book and its main character. What's next - eating cats and dogs in China? Very sad inclusion in an otherwise intriguing plot.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
At fifteen, Zeeta's life as been anything but ordinary. In those fifteen years, she has lived in fifteen different countries with her flighty single mother, Layla. To document her many experiences and the interesting people she has met along the way, Zeeta keeps a journal. Each journal is a different color to symbolize the country she was living in at the time. This year, she's in Ecuador, where she first meets Wendell, an American boy in search of the birth family he's never known. When she promises to aid him on his quest, she isn't fully aware of what she is agreeing to. Together, they will depart on a journey full of magic and self-discovery as they begin to fall for one another, leading them to realizations that will change their lives forever. Laura Resau presents her readers with a unique plot and a memorable cast of characters, creating an unforgettable read. Zeeta is a strong, independent protagonist who many girls will aspire to be like, and with good reason. Infused with the local language as well as Ecuador's rich culture, THE INDIGO NOTEBOOK is a treasure in its own right.
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akamona29 More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be very interesting. This book is about a fifteen year old girl named Zeeta. She lives in a different country every year with her English teaching mom, Layla. Zeeta really wants to have a normal life. This year, Zeeta finds herself in the Ecuadoran Andes, where sacred waterfalls grant wishes and old Incan gods are in the mountains. Wendell, asks Zeeta to help him search for his birth parents. Wendell is an American teenager. I think this book was very well plotted. Other books I would like to read by this author are the queen of water, the ruby notebook, star in the forest, red glass, and what the moon saw. I think Laura Resau is a really good author and I can't wait to read her other books! I would really recommend this book to a friend because I think they should understand how great this book is. In the beginning while I was reading this book it seemed boring, but then when i kept on reading it a fabulous book.