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I have been reading DIAMOND and its like SOOOOOO cool

by Alice Dinah Buttercup at 12:37 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 1

Hiya! My 1 to 10 of MOST FAVOURITE JW books is listed below maybe u share some of them :)
10. The worst thing about my sister
9. Emerald star
8. Vicky angel
7. Girls in tears
6. Sapphire battersea
5. Cookie
4. Clean break
3. Hetty feather
2.clover moon
1. Lily alone
Thanks 4 reading. Hope u like this post!

by Mandy Strawberry Tickles at 12:37 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I like staring tracy beaker .Anyone read it?;-)

by Glitzy Angel Giggle at 12:37 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 4

I mean all of her books are good. I find it difficult to find books I like but when I find a
Jacqueline Wilson book, I never want to put it down until I am done with it. Who agrees with me? So for me all of her books are good because they give me that urge to read and not a lot of authors do. So I salute you Jacqueline Wilson. Well done.

by Flossy Tiger Butterfly at 12:34 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I think my favoraite is best friends and lilly alone.Ive got so many otherscant really decide.🤔|

by Lizzie Tiger Sky at 12:33 pm Mon 24 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

I'm like soooooooooooooooooo looking forward to jw new book wave me goodbye.
Like this comment if you are too.
This comment reach 10000 subscribers is my aim

by Riley Rainbow Dazzles at 7:00 am Sat 22 Apr 2017 | Likes: 25

My other favourite book has to be Rent a Bridesmaid. It is so funny and intriguing but also realistic in many ways. SPOILER ALERT : I love that Marty and Melissa are also part of this story, they make it so much more fun to read.

Sparkles x

by Lavender Sparkling Chocolates at 5:38 pm Tue 18 Apr 2017 | Likes: 11

My favourite book is My Sister Jodie because it is really exciting and has lots of comedy.
SPOILER ALERT : It is sooo sad when Jodie dies at the end but Pearl also has her new sister May!

Sparkles x

by Lavender Sparkling Chocolates at 5:38 pm Tue 18 Apr 2017 | Likes: 8

Hetty Glitter Pebble,

I've read The Secret Garden and The Little Princess. They are both amazing books and I would recommend both of them to anybody! Btw, you should also read the sequel to The Secret Garden. It is called Return to The Secret Garden but it isn't by the same author .

Sparkles x
P.S If you want spoilers, I've got them!:):)

by Lavender Sparkling Chocolates at 5:38 pm Tue 18 Apr 2017 | Likes: 12

I just ordered The Secret Garden and A Little Princess! Really excited!

by Hetty Glitter Pebble at 6:22 am Tue 18 Apr 2017 | Likes: 4

Queenie is my FAVOURITE book in the world I've read it twice and I'm trying to read the worst thing about my sister in school the book trailer is SO GOOD/THE BEST.


by Emily Sparkle Garden at 9:19 pm Wed 12 Apr 2017 | Likes: 9

Has anyone heard of "Wave Me Goodbye"?

by Arthur Apple Parachute at 5:29 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 14

What characters would you say are similar I have 2 SPOILER ALERT
Jade and Pearl- They look similar and they are both mourning a dead friend/ sister

Vicky and Jodie- They look similar too and they are both dead.

Like if you agree.

by Renata Bunny at 5:26 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 20

Jacky daydream is awesome.
so is :Best friends
dustbin baby

by Lizzie Apple Moonlight at 5:21 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 7

I'm so exited for JW'S new book, wave me good bye! I've got the sampler book from the official Jacqueline Wilson Mag.

by Emerald Sparkle Socks at 5:12 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I haven't read dustbin baby yet but I really would like it because it sound absolutely great!!!!!!!!


by Electric Moonlight Mist at 5:10 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 7

Imagine if there was a book where all of Jacqueline Wilsons characters are in the one really big book .

by Rose Sparkling Swift at 5:05 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 15

:-D I love my sister Joudy :-D

by Rhiannon Sparkling Kiwi at 4:56 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

my favourite book is what I'm reading now queenie I love the book so much I'm only half way in the book but I love it so much :)

by Elsa Moonlight Swirls at 4:56 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 4

what are your favourite books, mine is the hetty feather series!!!

by Sadie Angel Giggle at 4:41 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

I'm reading opal plumstead ATM and it's really really sad that opal
Doesn't know how to stand up for herself. Of course the rest of it so far is a master piece.

by Rosaline Glitter Feather at 4:41 pm Tue 11 Apr 2017 | Likes: 4

'The Story of Tracy Beaker' is definatly my favourite book I've EVER read (I've read A LOT of
books) that's why my avatar is Tracy Beaker, I don't think I will like any J.W. books that I'll
read in the future more, Though I also LOVE 'The worst thing about my sister'.


by Electric Rabbit Horse at 6:35 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 9

My favorite books are the worst thing about my sister and double act!

by Molly Sparkling Lipstick at 5:23 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 7

My fave book is Sleepovers. Try and read Rent a bridesmaid it is great I have read it 5 times!


by Avery Dinah Fairy at 5:17 pm Thu 6 Apr 2017 | Likes: 11

I have recently just started the longest whale song and its great but very sad at times. I highly recommend reading it.❤🐳😆

by Emily Strawberry Feather at 2:44 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 14

I am so exited about the new book Wave me goodbye. My favourite book is candyfloss!

by Avery Dinah Fairy at 1:01 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 11

I like the besties and right now I am reading the worry website
the besties was fabulous

by Sunset Balloon Swan at 12:59 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 5

My favourite book is Hetty feather, is anyone the same as me?:-D

by Sadie Angel Giggle at 12:58 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 10

Little Stars Is Meh Fave

by Tilda Party Daffodil at 12:58 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

what is your favourite book mine is LILLY ALONE :-O:-O:-O:-O:-O;-);-);-):):)

by Molly Harmony Horse at 12:49 pm Wed 5 Apr 2017 | Likes: 6

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