The Jacqueline Wilson Daydream Journal

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: Doubleday Children's

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Page: 208

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There's tons of space in this fabulous Daydream Journal to record thoughts, experiences and ideas. Read about daydreamer Tracy Beaker's hopes and dreams too. Illustrated with favourite Jacqueline Wilson characters, this is a journal to treasure, every year!

Lily Alone

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 336

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Lily isn't home ALONE - but she sort of wishes she was; looking after her three younger siblings is a lot of responsibility. When Mum goes off on holiday with her new boyfriend and her stepdad fails to show up, Lily is determined to keep the family together and show they can cope without any grown-ups. But taking care of 6-year-old twins, her 3-year-old sister and the family's flat feels overwhelming and Lily is worried that school or social services might discover their situation and break up the family. What could be better than to take all the little ones for a camping adventure in the park? Plenty of space to run about, no carpet to vacuum, and surely no chance anyone will guess they're there . . .

My Secret Diary

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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A wonderfully written and engaging teenage memoir: read all about Jacqueline's problems with her family, her first love, her school life and her friends. Read extracts from her real diaries and the stories she wrote as a teenager; learn all about the music and books she loved, her troubled school life and her parents' difficult relationship. Written in Jacqueline's usual and inimitable style, this will be fascinating reading for her fans, and for anyone who's interested in what life in the UK was like in the fifties and sixties.

My Sister Jodie

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 400

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Quiet, cautious Pearl has always adored her bold, brash, bad big sister Jodie. When their parents get new jobs at a grand, fusty old boarding school, Melchester College, the girls have to move there - and when they arrive, things start to change. Jodie has always been the leader - but now it's Pearl who's making new friends. Jodie just seems to be getting into more and more trouble - arguing with Mum, scaring the little children, flirting with the gardener. She really doesn't fit in with the posh teenagers at the school. Pearl begins to wonder if she needs Jodie as much as she used to. But when Firework Night comes around and a tragic event occurs, Pearl realises quite how much Jodie means to her.