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I am enjoying Jacky's books and Harry Potter at the moment

by Tilda Party Fairy at 5:29 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

I would recommend the Boy who sailed the Ocean in an Armchair by Lara Williamson. It is epic and Lara Williamson has written loads of books so if you don't like this one there are plenty of others.📚

by Daisy Cynthia Punk at 4:59 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

I am quite a fussy reader and find it hard to find a book that I really enjoy. Obviously Jacquline Wilson books are incredible, every one is so good!!! Here is a list of books I recommend:
- The whole Harry potter collection
- A room full of chocolate by Jane Elson
- Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo
- All of the David Walliams books
Carrie strawberry snowflake xxxx;-)

by Carrie Strawberry Snowflake at 4:57 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

I love reading and have read most of jackys books! If you like spy thrillers the CHERUB series by Robert muchamore is really good! The London eye mystery and Rock War series are also amazing!

by Queen Sparkling Smarties at 4:54 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

my fav JW books so far are Rent a bridesmaid, Clover Moon, My sister Jodie, The Hetty Feather series and Lily alone love all her books I've read LOADS more
JACQELINE WILSON BOOKS ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by Ziggy Angel Daffodil at 4:35 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

Can some one please recommend a mystery and adventure book for 11-13

by Jacky Cynthia Daffodil at 3:36 pm Mon 27 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

i love Tracy Beaker books;-):-|

by India Dinah Punk at 5:04 pm Fri 17 Mar 2017 | Likes: 3

I am in love with J.K Rowling`s Harry Potter series and fantastic Beasts And Where To find them is a absolutely amazing book and is now a really brilliant film.

by Jacky Bluebell Blossom at 4:53 pm Fri 17 Mar 2017 | Likes: 1

Have you read CLOVER MOON? Its great !!!!!!!!!!

by Coral Moonlight Cuddlepie at 4:52 pm Fri 17 Mar 2017 | Likes: 1

I think Liz Pichon's TOM GATES series are some of my FAVOURITE books.:):)

They are HiLaRIoUs.:-D:-D:-D:-D
Read them or be bored.Literally.


by Electric Rabbit Horse at 7:19 pm Tue 14 Mar 2017 | Likes: 5

Wonder by R J Palicio is amazing, it really moved me when I read it. Also, a very funny read is the Hundred mile an hour dog, by Jeremy Strong. Also another sad, moving book is War Horse by Michael Morpurgo, I liked it because its shows how good friendship can be. If you want to read something more interesting, read Little Women. Its quite old, and the words are quite tricky, but a good novel all the same. :)

by Poppy Sparkle Sweetheart at 1:00 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 1

Yeah, I really liked Wonder by R J Palicio, Queen Angel Jewel, I think its a sad but touching read. I hope they produce a movie out of it, as I would really like to see it acted out.
Please like, poppy sparkle sweetheart

by Poppy Sparkle Sweetheart at 12:42 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 3

Sophia bluebell wink
If you do do this harry potter club thing can I be in it? Because I am a big fan of JK.rowling
As well!!!


by Jasmine Sparkling Eagle at 12:37 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 3

Hi I also looovveee Harry Potter it's one of my fave book series ever😘

by Rose Party Giggle at 12:34 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 4

Hi queen angel jewel i do agree with you wonder is a really heartwarming book 😢

by Rose Party Giggle at 12:33 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 0

We read Holes in English it was really good 😄
I agree with Queen Angel Jewel (and others) that Wonder is the best book i ever read.
My fave JW book has to be Opal Plumsteqd or any of the Hetty Feather books

by Tayday Firefly at 12:33 pm Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 1

i would recommend a book called bad girls by in fact Jacqueline Wilson its about a girl called Mandy who is always anxious of these girls who bully her. Until she meets Tanya who totally changes her life,but maybe Tanya would get her into trouble...

Reading isn't my favorite thing but this book would get you into it

Rosaline Crystal Pebble online
going offline x :-D

by Rosaline Crystal Pebble at 11:38 am Mon 13 Mar 2017 | Likes: 2

I really enjoyed reading Holes by Louis Sachar, as its really funny and a real page-turner!
Also please like this post. :);-)

by Poppy Sparkle Sweetheart at 7:43 am Wed 8 Mar 2017 | Likes: 9

I am an avid reader and I would like to recommend a few good books:
1. Wonder by R.J.Palacio
Its a book about a ten-year-old boy with facial deformities. This story shows how his looks affects his relationship to the world. Such a touching story. By the way, check out the sequel of wonder. A must read if you love Wonder!
2.The Fall Of Butterflies by Andrea Portes
I don't think this book is appropriate for younger kids. Maybe this book is for a fourteen-year-old? But it is a must read. Seriously, it is about bestfriends. It is so sad and weird. But absolutely amazin

by Queen Angel Jewel at 4:57 pm Fri 3 Mar 2017 | Likes: 7

I think that Cathy Cassidy is also a good author:)

by Electric Party Bunny at 9:42 am Wed 1 Mar 2017 | Likes: 5

Hey Sophia Bluebell Wink,
Unfortunately, it's not real. Only because if I took my cat to school, he would probably go on the rampage and eat everyone. And I'm not kidding.
It's actually a toy dog 🐕, but it looks so much like a cat 🐈 it's confusing. 😕😊
I don't really have a preference. I love both, but I also like hamsters. Not that I have one, but still. 😊
Yes, a club is a great idea!
Maybe we could call it something to do with Harry Potter, like Dumbledore's Army, the Holyhead Harpies or the Chudley Cannons- just a suggesti

by Lady Kaleidoscope Fruit at 5:09 pm Tue 28 Feb 2017 | Likes: 6

Hey Lady Kadie,

As we are quite good friends do you want to start a club? :-D As you and I love Harry Potter so much maybe we could call our club the Harry Potter club? We could do Harry Potter trivia sessions or quiz's.

Yours Truly,
Sophia Bluebell Wink;-)

P.S I'm sorry I sound really desperate I just want to make friends.And if anyone else wants to join the club they can.

by Sophia Bluebell Wink at 2:35 pm Tue 28 Feb 2017 | Likes: 7

Hi Lady Kadie,

OMG! You are going to have your own Crookshanks? Will you bring a toy cat into school or a real one?:-D I would be funny if it was real LOL!

Yours Truly,
Sophia Bluebell Wink;-)

P.S Do you like cats? I personally prefer dogs like JW's dog Jackson. So cute.

by Sophia Bluebell Wink at 12:21 pm Tue 28 Feb 2017 | Likes: 4

Holes by Louis Sachar is a truly awesome read. So is Wonder by R. J. Palacio and books by Cathy Cassidy are great for JW readers.

by Queen Apple Smarties at 8:49 pm Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 6

i also love the harry potter books, my fav is the goblet of fire!:-D:):-D:-D

by Coral Rainbow Skylark at 11:32 am Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 5


im new to the sight. my fav books are hetty feather, clover moon and lily alone. what are your fav books?

by Coral Rainbow Skylark at 11:32 am Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 6

Sophia Bluebell Wink.
I've been unique every year. Plus, I had never seen another person dressed as Hermione in my school, and I bet no one's going to have their own Crookshanks.
I love Harry Potter more than anything. 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
I am reading the Cursed Child as we speak (well, not as we speak, but you know what I mean, and it's the second time reading it. 😊
I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lady Kaydie 🍍😊

by Lady Kaleidoscope Fruit at 11:31 am Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 1

I have just joined this website and its awesome!!!!!! my favourite book id diamond and i'm looking forward to reading the next one little stars!;-)

by Emily Glitter Jewel at 11:30 am Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 5

Hi, Most the books i read are Jacqueline Wilson books. I like her feature of writing. I don't have a favorite book by her because every book by Jacqueline Wilson I've read are brilliant and they've all got to be my favorite. I've read 38 book by her and i still want to continue because her books are just so interesting that you cant even put the book down for a second.:-D

by Flossy Angel Jelly at 11:29 am Mon 27 Feb 2017 | Likes: 4

I'm new to tis site, but so far im loving it!!!!! My fav books are rent a bridesmaid and butterfly beach!!!! what are your fav books??

by Micky Crystal Kitten at 2:27 pm Fri 24 Feb 2017 | Likes: 5

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