The Crown of Thorns

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Publisher:Hay House, Inc

ISBN:9781401922627

Total Pages:270

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The Indigo Child is a boy or girl who displays a new and unusual set of psychological attributes, revealing a pattern of behavior generally undocumented before. Throughout this work, Carroll and Tober bring together some very fine minds (doctors, educators, psychologists, and more) who shed light on the Indigo Child phenomenon. These children come in "knowing" who they are—so they must be recognized, celebrated for their exceptional qualities, and guided with love and care. This book is a must for parents!

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Indigo Blue

Author:Catherine Anderson

Publisher:Penguin

ISBN:1101197706

Total Pages:432

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Experience the thrill of an unexpected love that defies all boundaries in the third historical romance in New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson’s Comanche series... Torn between the white and Comanche worlds of her parents, Indigo Wolf has grown up estranged from the townspeople of Wolf’s Landing, Oregon. No decent woman calls her a friend, and no man understands her strange, elusive spirit—until rugged Jake Rand comes to town. Jake offers to act as foreman of the family mine after a series of mysterious accidents have left Indigo’s father seriously injured. But Jake’s real motives are as secret as his true identity, and as personal as his growing attraction to Indigo...

Indigo

Author:Ellen Bass

Publisher:Copper Canyon Press

ISBN:161932217X

Total Pages:N.A

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"“A bold and passionate new collection... Intimacy is rarely conveyed as gracefully as in Bass’s lustrous poems.” —Booklist Indigo, the newest collection by Ellen Bass, merges elegy and praise poem in an exploration of life’s complexities. Whether her subject is oysters, high heels, a pork chop, a beloved dog, or a wife’s return to health, Bass pulls us in with exquisite immediacy. Her lush and precisely observed descriptions allow us to feel the sheer primal pleasure of being alive in our own “succulent skin,” the pleasure of the gifts of hunger, desire, touch. In this book, joy meets regret, devotion meets dependence, and most importantly, the poet so in love with life and living begins to look for the point where the price of aging overwhelms the rewards of staying alive. Bass is relentless in her advocacy for the little pleasures all around her. Her gaze is both expansive and hyperfocused, celebrating (and eulogizing) each gift as it is given and taken, while also taking stock of the larger arc. She draws the lines between generations, both remembering her parents’ lives and deaths and watching her own children grow into the space that she will leave behind. Indigo shows us the beauty of this cycle, while also documenting the deeply human urge to resist change and hang on to the life we have, even as it attempts to slip away."

Five Little Indians

Author:Michelle Good

Publisher:HarperCollins

ISBN:1443459194

Total Pages:304

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Finalist Writers' Trust Fiction Prize Scotiabank Giller Prize Longlist National Bestseller A Globe and Mail Top 100 Book of the Year A CBC Best Book of the Year An Apple Best Book of the Year A Kobo Best Book of the Year An Indigo Best Book of the Year Taken from their families when they are very small and sent to a remote, church-run residential school, Kenny, Lucy, Clara, Howie and Maisie are barely out of childhood when they are finally released after years of detention. Alone and without any skills, support or families, the teens find their way to the seedy and foreign world of Downtown Eastside Vancouver, where they cling together, striving to find a place of safety and belonging in a world that doesn’t want them. The paths of the five friends cross and crisscross over the decades as they struggle to overcome, or at least forget, the trauma they endured during their years at the Mission. Fuelled by rage and furious with God, Clara finds her way into the dangerous, highly charged world of the American Indian Movement. Maisie internalizes her pain and continually places herself in dangerous situations. Famous for his daring escapes from the school, Kenny can’t stop running and moves restlessly from job to job—through fishing grounds, orchards and logging camps—trying to outrun his memories and his addiction. Lucy finds peace in motherhood and nurtures a secret compulsive disorder as she waits for Kenny to return to the life they once hoped to share together. After almost beating one of his tormentors to death, Howie serves time in prison, then tries once again to re-enter society and begin life anew. With compassion and insight, Five Little Indians chronicles the desperate quest of these residential school survivors to come to terms with their past and, ultimately, find a way forward.

The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children

Author:Doreen Virtue

Publisher:Hay House, Inc

ISBN:9781401930240

Total Pages:240

Viewed:1828

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Indigo children are bright, intuitive, strong-willed, and sometimes self-destructive individuals. They are often labeled (and misdiagnosed) as having ADD or ADHD because they won’t comply with established rules and patterns; and they may exhibit behavioral problems at home and at school. In The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children, Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., explores the psyche of these special kids and offers alternative solutions to Ritalin based on her extensive research and interviews with child-care experts, teachers, parents, and the Indigo Children themselves. Read the accounts of these remarkable children as they explain why they act-out, are aggressive or withdrawn; and what they want from the adults in their lives. You’ll also be fascinated by the psychic experiences that these kids have had in their lives so far. This is a groundbreaking book that can positively affect the ways in which you interact with your child, altering the shape of their future in miraculous ways.

Indigo

Author:Douglas Luhanko,Kerstin Neumüller

Publisher:Pavilion

ISBN:1911624547

Total Pages:144

Viewed:1872

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'This inspirational and heartfelt guide will give even beginners confidence to experiment.'

Indigo Star

Author:Edyth L McNair

Publisher:iUniverse

ISBN:9781469752334

Total Pages:132

Viewed:1968

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Into every life, a little rain must fall. For Sharra Marsden, high school dropout, member of the Calicos gang and estranged from her widowed mother, the rain's become a deluge until she receives a golden anklet. With the anklet, which transforms her into Indigo Star, a superheroine, she also receives a mission: to stop an interstellar criminal, Chamile, from plundering Earth. In the adventures to follow, Sharra runs across unexpected allies and unpredictable enemies while trying to find her place in the world around her, with the climax a final battle to determine Earth's fate and hers.

The Indigo Children

Author:Beth Singler

Publisher:Routledge

ISBN:1351587315

Total Pages:210

Viewed:1491

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The Indigo Child concept is a contemporary New Age redefinition of self. Indigo Children are described in their primary literature as a spiritually, psychically, and genetically advanced generation. Born from the early 1980s, the Indigo Children are thought to be here to usher in a new golden age by changing the world’s current social paradigm. However, as they are "paradigm busters", they also claim to find it difficult to fit into contemporary society. Indigo Children recount difficult childhoods and school years, and the concept has also been used by members of the community to reinterpret conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and autism. Cynics, however, can claim that the Indigo Child concept is an example of "special snowflake" syndrome, and parodies abound. This book is the fullest introduction to the Indigo Child concept to date. Employing both on- and offline ethnographic methods, Beth Singler objectively considers the place of the Indigo Children in contemporary debates around religious identity, self-creation, online participation, conspiracy theories, race and culture, and definitions of the New Age movement.

Indigo in the Arab World

Author:Jenny Balfour-Paul

Publisher:Routledge

ISBN:1136603247

Total Pages:320

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The role indigo has played elsewhere has been fairly well documented, but in the case of the Arab world, little or no thorough investigation has been previously undertaken. Sets out to provide comprehensive coverage of the subject from its earliest history to the present day.

Indigo

Author:Latrell E. Mickler

Publisher:Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:146281087X

Total Pages:324

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Seduced by promises of a new life in East Florida by Dr. Andrew Turnbull, owner of the British colony, New Smyrna, Caty and Rafael leave their homeland, Minorca. Cruelty and virtual slavery soon corrupt their dreams. After escaping to nearby St. Augustine, they are separated by a hurricane, leaving Caty pregnant, impoverished, and at the mercy of rich, handsome Joseph Adams, and Rafael with a new identity. Their separate lives amidst the changing flags and wild grandeur of eighteenth-century Florida become rich with adventure among Indians, pirates, and fellow colonists. For each there is another love. But Caty and Rafael cannot - will not - forget each other.

Deeper Than Indigo

Author:Medina Publishing Ltd

Publisher:Medina Publishing

ISBN:1909339709

Total Pages:N.A

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Deeper than Indigo: Tracing Thomas Machell, Forgotten Explorer. A journey through the Middle East, Far East and India in search of lost indigo plantations.

Indigo Blue

Author:Catherine Anderson

Publisher:Penguin

ISBN:1101197706

Total Pages:432

Viewed:660

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Experience the thrill of an unexpected love that defies all boundaries in the third historical romance in New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson’s Comanche series... Torn between the white and Comanche worlds of her parents, Indigo Wolf has grown up estranged from the townspeople of Wolf’s Landing, Oregon. No decent woman calls her a friend, and no man understands her strange, elusive spirit—until rugged Jake Rand comes to town. Jake offers to act as foreman of the family mine after a series of mysterious accidents have left Indigo’s father seriously injured. But Jake’s real motives are as secret as his true identity, and as personal as his growing attraction to Indigo...

The Indigo Soul

Author:Arnette Lamoreaux

Publisher:Balboa Press

ISBN:1504342372

Total Pages:110

Viewed:1370

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When I started my professional career I was told I was tenacious. I had to look up the definition. Determined or stubborn: tending to stick firmly to any decision, plan or opinion without changing or doubting it. The last few years I have been anything but tenacious. I tried one thing, if it didn’t work, I immediately changed course and looked for another viable option. My heart goes out to parents who may find themselves in a similar situation. I had the background. I had resources. More than that, I had an undeniable fear. Fear that my kids would be lost in a world that didn’t understand, nor WANTED to understand. Not everyone can function in our educational infrastructure and how dare anyone pass judgment and say they are inferior in any way. My lesson: to not be afraid of the mandates of this society. This is the true story of a mom, protecting her children, and learning that their true purpose is to not only protect me, but everything else as well. I am again tenacious; for all that is Indigo.

The Many Shades of Indigo

Author:N. B. Edge

Publisher:Dorrance Publishing

ISBN:1434909336

Total Pages:212

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Raised by an abusive grandmother after his mother dies, Indigo Adams tries to find love and affection as he starts his senior year in high school.

Indigo Fire

Author:Krista Janssen

Publisher:Simon and Schuster

ISBN:163355788X

Total Pages:231

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A boldly independent woman, Eden Palmer must save her family's indigo plantation from reverting to the English crown. She sails to Barbados and cuts a bargain with a former buccaneer to buy his secret for growing a profitable crop. She cajoles a handsome Swiss captain to take her and her plants on his ship, and is soon irresistibly drawn to his power and courage. Baron Derek von Walden is sailing with his Swiss colonists to claim property in South Carolina when he is persuaded to carry indigo plants by a spirited young lady. He is stunned to learn that his plantation boundaries overlap hers. Tormented by a tragic past, Derek begins to find healing love with Eden, but their glorious passion is challenged from all quarters as their destiny unfolds.

I Am Indigo

Author:Heather Prince

Publisher:Andrews UK Limited

ISBN:1849891834

Total Pages:59

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Indigo children are those that have been prophesied, those that will bring with them a new understanding of life. This book aims to show you who you really are. Indigo children are intuitive, bright and strong-willed. Being a teenager is challenging anyway but being an Indigo is both wonderful and extra challenging. They are often misunderstood as they don't fit into the 'one size fits all' established rules and patterns. This causes problems at school and in the home. The book explains what an Indigo is and a questionnaire to discover if a person is an Indigo and which type. You'll be fascinated to discover why Indigos are here, what qualities they have and how to help Indigos using alternative solutions to improve self image, achieve their goals, and get along with parents/teachers.

Indigo Kids

Author:Saffina Desforges

Publisher:eBook Partnership

ISBN:1908961554

Total Pages:92

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Jax is an ordinary girl in a less-than-ordinary world. She thinks her life sucks & that it probably always will. She couldn't be more wrong. Someone is watching her. Someone wants her and her special gift - a gift she doesn't know she has. She is being called. They are being called. It's time for the beginning of the end. It's time for, Awakenings.

Postfeminist Discourse in Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Warner’s Indigo

Author:Natali Boğosyan

Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN:1443849049

Total Pages:380

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A scrupulous study of Shakespeare’s The Tempest and its most comprehensive rewriting Indigo, or Mapping the Waters by Marina Warner. Taking as its focus representations of femininity and the other, the study scrutinises the various implications of three concepts: ambivalence, liminality and plurality in terms of their relevance to the conjunctures of postfeminism and post-colonialism, proposing that postfeminist discourse is in search of a new ethics and perspective that mainly champion these three terms through the employment of intertextuality as a strategy. The study is careful to carry out a comparative analysis of the works in terms of both poetics and politics. Informed by interdisciplinarity, the study explores how The Tempest destabilises itself, inviting a deconstructionist reading in terms of its relation to patriarchal and colonial dynamics ingrained in the play and how Indigo takes its substantial space among other rewritings of The Tempest by presenting new and imaginative ways of seeing the female and feminised figures in the play.