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Indigo Wilde Series Resources

Enter the rainbow world of magical mayhem with Indigo Wilde! The heartfelt, funny new series packed with brightly coloured illustrations by Pippa Curnick, perfect for newly independent readers aged 7+. Designed to spark the imagination and engage kids in these creative, quirky books, these colourful resources are ideal for KS1 and 2 classrooms with activities and lesson plans on topics of reading comprehension, creative writing and art and design.

 

Download your Indigo Wilde Learning Resources here.

Download an Indigo Wilde Activity Sheet here.

 

About the Indigo Wilde book series:

 

Indigo Wilde and the Creature at Jellybean Crescent

Indigo Wilde and her little brother, Quigley, live at 47 Jellybean Crescent, a colourful house full of magical Creatures that her parents, World-Famous Explorers, have taken in over the years.

And now Indigo’s parents have sent a new Monster Mail delivery to Indigo and Quigley, while off on another adventure. But this time, the box is empty, and the escaped Creature is running rampage around the house. The race is on to catch it before it’s too late, all the while making sure not to disturb the neighbours …

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Indigo Wilde and the Unknown Wilderness

When a moon bear appears at the door with news that her parents have vanished in the Unknown Wilderness, Indigo and her brother Quigley head off on a hair-raising rescue mission.

On their journey they come across many magical and extraordinary new creatures, but their parents are nowhere to be seen. Fortunately, there are other people studying the wildlife in the Unknown Wilderness. But do the people Indigo and Quigley meet really have the best intentions? Or are they capturing the magical creatures for their own gain?

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Take a sneak peek inside the first book, Indigo Wilde and the Creatures at Jellybean Crescent.