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Jacky should write a sixth Hetty Feater book.I want to know what happens after Little Stars.
SPOILER ALERT I can't believe Jem gets married.

by Vita Tiger Daisy at 3:16 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 1

she should probably do a haunted book where a girl named acacia, starr, or clarisssa gets missing and people find clues to where the girl is and then, boom they find out the girl has been turned into a vampire by her kidnappers so you can only go at night to save her which is really creepy and spooky cos the hideout is a haunted house but her mum who is single meet a seer and she says the girl should drink a certain potion to be saved:-D

by Tilda Bluebell Tickles at 3:16 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 1

hey i think you should make a series of books about lily alone and all her adventures with her siblings.!:)

I love jacky soo muchxxx
i am reading hetty feather!!!

by Hetty Cynthia Fruit at 3:12 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 1

I think Jacky should write about someone seriously ill, with leaukimia, called, say, Sophie.

by Violet Tiger Secret at 3:11 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 0

i think it would be cool to write something about a boarding school maybe

please like if you would read a book like this:):):):)

by Pixie Crystal Jelly at 3:08 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 1

i wish they made more GIRLS books, but they were made nearly 20 years ago!

by August Cynthia Sequin at 3:00 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 1

I'm writing a story called Silent Star. It's all about this girl who is deaf and goes with her twin to a concert and meets the drummer and they fall in love. But her twin his mad about the band and would KILL her twin if she knew them.
Like if u like it!
Stripes:-D

by Aubrey Tiger Lipstick at 3:00 pm Thu 16 May 2019 | Likes: 2

I am reading dancing the charlston and all I am saying is that it is in my top three in books. also I entered the creative writing competition

by Dolphin Fashion Monster at 6:42 pm Fri 10 May 2019 | Likes: 5

Loveeeee the idea about 'My Sister Jodie 2' (My Sister Pearl)- such a cool and creative idea:)

by Lavender Sparkling Sandwich at 10:16 am Thu 9 May 2019 | Likes: 3

i think there should be one on the suffregettes

by Riley Party Lolly at 10:15 am Thu 9 May 2019 | Likes: 4

I really think it would be a good idea if Jacky wrote a sequal (Cant spell it) to Rose Rivers. Maybe in the perspective of another girl at the boarding school she goes to. At first Rose doesn't really fit in and acts like why she was sent away was a big, bad secret. But a girl finds out and tells her class and then she has to do something to earn their trust maybe.
Please like if you think my idea is good! xxx:-D:-D:-D
A. Crysta Wings :)

by Amy Crystal Butterfly at 10:15 am Thu 9 May 2019 | Likes: 6

I think it would be great to see from the perspective of a mean girl and see how they think. I think it would be cool for a nice girl to help her be nice. that way girls can relate to mean girls that they know and try to help them be nice!:)

by Elsa Party Feather at 10:12 am Thu 9 May 2019 | Likes: 3

I like friendship stories ! ;-)

by Molly Angel Fruit at 10:11 am Thu 9 May 2019 | Likes: 2

I would really enjoy seeing more books from the Victorian era. Since reading all of the Hetty Feather books, my favourite books Jaqueline Wilson writes are the Victorian ones! I literally cried when reading the first Hetty Feather books LOL!

by Sweetie Apple Cupcake at 4:21 pm Thu 2 May 2019 | Likes: 4

Stormy Fashion Sandwich, I totally agree with you about the My Sister Jodie thing! Jaqueline could call it 'My Sister Pearl'

by Fabulous Sparkle Monster at 9:47 am Wed 1 May 2019 | Likes: 2

She should write a book about a really bossy, sassy girl;-);-)

by Fabulous Sparkle Monster at 9:47 am Wed 1 May 2019 | Likes: 4

Thank you Snazzy Lolly!! I'm seeing your posts everywhere too lol!

Ziggy/Caoimhe xxx
:-D:-D:-D

by Ziggy Rainbow Moonlight at 9:38 am Tue 30 Apr 2019 | Likes: 3

who likes apples?
like if you do!:)

by Jade Apple Cupcake at 9:38 am Tue 30 Apr 2019 | Likes: 8

umm:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?:-?

by Violet Snazzy Sun at 10:17 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 1

really :D

by Violet Snazzy Sun at 10:17 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 1

I think Jackie should write more about Nadine,Magda and....ELLIE.... From The Girls series
:-D :)

by Violet Snazzy Sun at 10:17 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 2

:-D looking for a good read? try my mum tracy beaker

by Sadie Snazzy Moonlight at 10:16 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 4

i think jacky should do a sequel of katy
or four children and it???

by Sadie Snazzy Moonlight at 10:16 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 5

I think Jacky should do a sequel to The Illustrated Mum ,Lily Alone or Longest Whale Song because i really want to know what happens next.

by Dolphin Cynthia Nightingale at 10:16 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 5

Hi Ziggy Rainbow Moonlight,

THAT'S A GREAT IDEA!

I'm seeing you everywhere in these forums. ;-)

~Snazzy Lolly :)

by Susan Snazzy Lolly at 10:15 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 2

I'm writing a book called RIPPED FROM ME. It's about two best friends who get hurt and one dies and the other one gets paralysed from the neck down. It's all about like one month then the dead girl gets a new heart because they preserve the body and the other girl gets healed and they are all better.:-D

by Flossy Tiger Girl at 10:15 am Mon 29 Apr 2019 | Likes: 3

I think Jacqueline should write a book about a transgender girl or boy, because I read a book called George about a transgender girl and I would like to see how Jacky would portray a transgender character:)
Also I think Jacky should write a book about a girl or boy suffering from an eating disorder in the ballet community, because 1 in 5 professional ballet dancers suffer from an eating disorder(!!), and I think it would spread awareness!
Thanks for reading my suggestions!

by Ziggy Rainbow Moonlight at 2:25 pm Fri 26 Apr 2019 | Likes: 12

I think a story that takes place in a Christian household would be nice. A girl realises her older brother is gay and completely turns against him. I think it would be nice from the girls point of view instead of the brothers.

by Susan Snazzy Lolly at 10:14 am Fri 26 Apr 2019 | Likes: 6

A girl or boy going through alot of problems, they finally get the courage to call childline, the problem is, they dont have a phone, so they have to keep using their sisters and parents phones. When the parents find out, will they say sorry, or do something more sinister.

(EVIL LAUGHTER)
:-D:-D:-D

by Susan Snazzy Lolly at 10:14 am Fri 26 Apr 2019 | Likes: 5

write about a cat who eats junk food:-D:-D:-D

by Lulu Angel Sandwich at 3:29 pm Thu 25 Apr 2019 | Likes: 5

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