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I think Jacky should do a book where people make friends with a thief who is the best criminal

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 12:38 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 2

About a girl called Darcy. Her dad went away and her mum died in a TRAGIC car crash. Now she won't talk to anyone, even her uncle mike, sort of auntie dilly and cousin beauty (yes the 3 main characters from cookie are in the story!) Then she finds a injured nightingale outside her window. She calls it grey and there is a twist in the tale!!! JW could write this and call it...
• Darcy nightingale
• how to fly with broken wings
Or even
•how a nightingale changed my life!!!
There will a grownup Emily from clean break in there too!!!

by Mandy Strawberry Tickles at 12:37 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 2

I think she should write about a girl around thirteen who gets bullied and her parents are cruel to her so she runs away and meets a boy she falls in love with but then she gets really sick and has to go to hospital and when the parents come they love her again and she has to leave her man

by Lavender Cynthia Bluebell at 12:33 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 3

I think Jacqueline Wilson should write a book called



MISTERY AND MURDERS

FAB

by Lizzie Orange Emerald at 8:32 am Thu 13 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

Teen Romance!

by Renata Bunny at 5:26 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 9

I think maybe Jacky should write a book where there are two girls who are sisters and are abandoned by there parents and they don't know that they are sisters
Anyone like that idea

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 15

Cherry tiger sky I get what you mean they are alike

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 3

Maybe a book where Alice and Gemma travel back in time to see Diamond and Hetty.

That would be cool

Plz like

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 10

Hi there, Renata Bunny!
I think there should be another version of 'The Borrowers', 'The Borrowers Afield', and so on, but in Jacqueline Wilson's style, and more 'now' than the 'oldendays'
From April Bluebell Summer 🌸 Xxx

by April Bluebell Summer at 5:10 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

Hi I think that she should do one about a girl who goes to a riding school and her dog follows and then lots of things happen

by Scarlet Silly Kiwi at 4:43 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

MAYBE JACKY COULD DO SOMETHING TO THE SUITCASE KID?

:-?:-?:-?:-?:)

by Electric Rabbit Horse at 4:43 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

I would like a romance one where a girl falls in love but it doesn't work out and the boy doesn't like the girl. She feels heart broken and sad but finally gets over him but a part of her still likes him then she ends up leaving then. After a year when she is leaving he end up telling her that I like you and I don't wont you to leave then she ends staying and they become a couple and end up getting married and lives happily ever after.

by Lily Cherry Swirls at 4:41 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

Riley Party Punk

There is its called Jacky Daydream.

by Renata Bunny at 8:42 am Fri 7 Apr 2017 | Likes: 3

I think Jacky should write a story featuring all of Jacky' s characters telling us how Jacky would imagine them together and how they would get along ! x

by Jasmine Fashion Diamond at 5:24 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 9

Jaqueline Wilson should write a book about were Hetty goes into the future to save the past and encounters another Hetty. Anybody like that idea🤔

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 10

Beauty fashion jewel
Great idea I love it

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 3

Poppy sparkle sweetheart nice I love it

by Fabulous Snazzy Cuddlepie at 5:15 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 3

Another about Hetty!!!!:-D

by Lily Circus Snowflake at 2:39 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I think Jacky should write a book about two best friends who dream of being famous, but when they R famous they find that it's not all great. The characters would be singers so they got found out through youtube after their vid goin viral . The new famous double act would be called 'Big Stars'. They girls in the double act would be called Bella and Lucy . Also they would get bullied at school before they were famous for always listening to Music, then when they become famous the bullies would want to be their BFF's. :) :-D :-O ;-)

by Mandy Bluebell Sunflower at 1:01 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

hi guys
i think Jaqueline Wilson should do tracy beaker around the world like tracy beaker in japan tracy beaker in new york tracy beaker in canada tracy beaker in la tracy beaker in miami.
and she should do tracy beaker in space:)

by Crimson Glitter Christmas at 12:37 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I think you should make a book about a girl who loves horses

by Trixibelle Silly Bunny at 12:37 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 4

what about a story were to girls lost there mother so they have to look after each other with a terrible thought of loosing there farther to
but he has a secret and the girls do all they can to find out what it is
and why he is doing this

by Jade Dinah Daydream at 12:16 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

I think Jacqueline should write a story about a girl who is new to a school and she has a natural knack for making people dislike her and it shows her journey through school.

by Scarlet Echo Sequin at 11:55 am Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

Maybe a book about a girl performing at a festival and her diary??? ;-);-);-);-)

by Abi Echo Snowflake at 5:26 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

i think their should be a story about 5 girlswho bully one girl and then it could show how to resolve it

by Cherry Crystal Tulips at 5:21 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

your ideas are aaaaaaammmmaazziinng!!:-D:-D:-D
Maybe a story of marigold in illustrated mum disappearing for a year and Star cant stick with Dolphin and marigold so Star goes back to her father. Then marigold disappears and dolphin is alone and her father is diagnose with cancer so dolphin runs away but don't know where she is going. The first chapter could start like

I guess I'm an orphan, well I still got Michael but he's diagnose with cancer so his no use, so I'm going to be an orphan. Marigold is gone for a year and I had such faith in her she will get b

by Lizzie Sparkle Summer at 5:20 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

How about a sequel to Clover Moon? I would like to hear what happens next!:)

by Rose Silly Sandwich at 5:20 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

Maybe a story of Hetty Feather invited the matrons to the musical hall and the matrons yells out Hetty is a foundling child and is thrown out of the cavalcade :)

by Lizzie Sparkle Summer at 5:13 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

A story about enemies which become friends by a magical ........

by Hetty Harmony Shoes at 3:46 pm Tue 4 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

maybe a book like .....Best Friends but from Alice's point of view
or other books like that but not like Secrets,its just from Alice's point of view

by April Kaleidoscope Writer at 5:31 pm Mon 3 Apr 2017 | Likes: 8

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