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I think she should do one about Ballet.
A book about ballet.
please write a sequel to Clover Moon
I think JW should write a book about a girl in MODERN time instead of the Victorian times. It would be very interesting to see what it039;s like.
I think Jacky should write about Chubby and Mrs Waverly039;s past lives from wave me goodbye
I think there should be a hetty feather book when HETTY and diamond ar solder and they are married and have children. They could talk about their childhood to their families.
I absolutely LOVE her new book and think that she should write a book named 039;Wave me Goodbye 2039;. It should say that Shirley039;s dad didn039;t come back.
I think that that JW should make a book 2 of Katy because It039;s left on a cliff hanger and it039;s great(and one of my favourite book039;s so far)!
I think Jacqueline Wilson should write a book about a girl who has a lot of worries not normal worries serious worries and she has to deal with those worries.
I think she should do one about a girl with a pregnant sister but her mum does not like that so she abandons them so the girl needs to look after her sister and find a new home!Please like if you agree
I love the hetty feather series and I think there should be another book. It could be called be flirty Bertie or marina royal as it would be interesting from their perspective.
I know this is unrelated but I just LOVE your screen name.
I think she should do one about a girl who lives with her pregnant sister but her mum does not like it and abandons them! so she has to look after her sister and treu
I think Jacqueline should write about when diomond ( one of my favourite books by Jacqueline Wilson) when she039;s at least fifteen. If not, I think she should write about Hetty Feather when she039;s a adult.
I completely agree with Electric sparkling bubble that Jacqueline Wilson should write more Hetty Feather books.
I think that Jacqueline Wilson could write a book about a family in the Victorian times.
I think that Jacqueline Wilson could write more modern.
I think that Jacqueline Wilson could write about a girl called Rebecca who has a very poor family. The young girl finds a friend called Emma. Emma comes from a very rich family and helps Rebecca through the rough times she is facing.
Jacqueline Wilson could write about how Hetty Feather is getting on in her life.
I think Jacky should make a sequel to 039;Wave me Goodbye039; ! I really want to know what happens next!
Write a sequel for wave me good by please!!! I love the book SOOOOOOOOOO much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think JW should make a story of two twin that get separated from each other and One starts to search for the other
I think she should write a story a bit like The worst thing about my sister when the Mum and Dad haven't split up. That does happen just as much you know.
I think there should be more book sin the hetty feather series or another story set in Victorian times like hetty feather. Please like because hetty feather is really good!!!!
Please could you write a Sequal to Katy?
I think Jacqueline Wilson should write more sequels.
I think that Jacqueline Wilson should write her next book on a girl , but in the Tudors. She could go to school when she is ten, but she starts late and the bully, Anne Treslow teases her. The book could be about the girl and how she runs away to the country side, to seek her future and instead she finds a crooked, bent woman who decides to take her in as a maid. Then she could run away, again, and starts up a business on where she takes babies in for a day, or something, and one day she gets a opportunity to become a nursery maid. She fervently says Yes.and goes with this lady who is called,
Hi! My last message was soooo long so I will make this one snappy! ( Hopefully!) Anyway, I think that Jacqueline Wilson should so, so, so, so,SO do a story about a girl who has to be sent away to boarding school and finds it oh " Terribly, dreadful!" and she meets this girl who is exactly like her, then they get their blood tested, because the teachers are like, S-O nosy! They find out their sisters and the other one was sent away because the parents didn't want two children. So they sent the ugly one away, because they were famous. The mum was a model and the dad was a rock sin
I reckon that Jacqueline Wilson should write a series called World Tours. It would be about a different girl each time and they become famous from a different thing.
These are some of the World Tours people I have come up with:
Emma Rickty: Being in a TV show. Katherine Whitt: Being an actress.
Chloe Lucketty: Inventing a new car. Laura Seminar: A news reporter.
Amelia Rainie: Being the most successful scientist.
Carrie Hanterood: Becoming a magician. Freya Gointon: A dancer in a dance group
Thelma Ropeth: Music Hall act. Lexi
There could be a second part of Katy as she improves and has some fun and is more positive about the future
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