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i think people would like a another candy floss or cookie or suitcase ki :):) :-D:-D

by Lizzie Party Emerald at 4:41 pm Fri 14 Sep 2018 | Likes: 3

To get into the libary you go to storyland and click public Libary

by Daisy Sparkle Jelly at 9:38 am Fri 14 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2


I think Jackie should write about her in her teen-age years, continuing Jacky Daydream, or another Hetty Feather Book in Bertie's perspective like they used Diamond's in the book with the same name.

If she is wanting original ideas why not write about a orphan girl that realises that her father in the Prince of Moneta (A made up place) and is heir to the throne.

by Rhiannon Crystal Lipstick at 9:38 am Fri 14 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2

how do you even get into the libary?

by Ruby Rabbit Skylark at 5:15 pm Wed 12 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2

I think jackie should write a story about two girls Salina and Emily Rose who are step sisters and live in a mansion with they re amouse actress mum and since they re mum is usually traveling they both have each other for company. Salina who is the younger one is 12 she loves her older sister, one day announces that she has a boyfriend and needs advice from her sister on how to handle a relationship they both are horrified when they re mom comes and says they are shifting to hollywood because of her new job they both love hollywood but dont want to leave they re boyfriends. A story of

by Golden Cynthia Sky at 12:19 pm Wed 12 Sep 2018 | Likes: 13

I think that Jacky should continue writting stories of hetty feather and in one of them it would be really cool if hetty had a birth sister:-D:);-)

by India Bluebell Daffodil at 9:55 am Tue 11 Sep 2018 | Likes: 1

I am in for another double act!!!!:)

by Fabulous Snazzy Sequin at 9:55 am Tue 11 Sep 2018 | Likes: 1

I 've just finished my new book called April Daisy,and it's in the public library,it's a victorian books so if you see it please read it and reviw it!:)

by India Bluebell Daffodil at 9:55 am Tue 11 Sep 2018 | Likes: 0

I love the book lily alone and it would be cool if Jackie did a book on lily getting her own family and reading how she treats them

by Coral Apple Dazzles at 9:54 am Tue 11 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2

i think jacky should do a second book to double act! i love so much i just want another book book about Ruby and Garnet:-D

by Willow Snazzy Dreamer at 10:15 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 0

Carrie Crystal Sandwich I total love your idea it sounds like something I would love to read :):):):)

by Fabulous Snazzy Sequin at 10:14 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 1

Hi I'm Stormy Bluebell Swift, I think another Tracy Beaker book would be awesome, maybe Tracy gets a boyfriend and then they run away from everyone and live by them selves for months? ;-)

by Stormy Bluebell Swift at 10:10 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2

I totally want Jacky to write another book lily alone because I absolutely loved it!:)

by Fabulous Snazzy Sequin at 10:10 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 1

more tracey beaker!!!!!!! :-D:-D:-D

by Princess Tiger Meadowlark at 10:03 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 0

What about two best friends who fall out all the time and one of them move away three hours away from the other one .But the one who was left alone had an other best friend and did not know what to do!!!

by April Bluebell Snowflake at 10:03 am Mon 10 Sep 2018 | Likes: 2

I think Jackie should write a book about a girl who wakes up in the morning and finds she is not in her own home and she has been kidnapped. I think she should make a unique friendship with the kidnappers daughter who helps her find her parents again!!! Her friend could be banned from seeing her but as the friend is daring she sneaks in but the kidnapped girl, who should be called charlotte, worries she will get caught and one day she does!!!!:-O:)

Does anyone like it?

by Elsa Cherry Hawk at 4:00 pm Sun 9 Sep 2018 | Likes: 14

I think Jacky should write a book about three girls and their mum threatens to send them to boarding school and they think she is joking but she isn't and they beg and beg but she doesn't give in and then they get boyfriends and their mum nearly EXPLODES she is so angry because she hates the boyfriends and everything ends up in a disaster.:-?:-?:-?

by Carrie Crystal Sandwich at 7:31 am Sun 9 Sep 2018 | Likes: 10

OK, my new story, 'Unexpected Love' has been sent for moderation ! If it appears in the public library, please look out for it, and review it :-D

Ivy xxx

by Ivy Strawberry Butterfly at 3:58 pm Thu 6 Sep 2018 | Likes: 11

I think a great book would be about this girl in the Victorian era who worked in a factory and thought her life would be dull dull dull so she accidentally,while running an errand for the boss, discovered a time machine and she saw what her future would be like.

by Jodie Snazzy Sequin at 2:20 pm Tue 4 Sep 2018 | Likes: 6

hi im lil
cool post

by Coral Balloon Emerald at 11:10 am Mon 3 Sep 2018 | Likes: 4

A story about a girl who gets bullied at school. She gets pinched and kicked and called names. Then her little sister starts doing the same.

by Jasmine Sparkling Kingfisher at 11:10 am Mon 3 Sep 2018 | Likes: 10

Like if you like hetty feather's adventures!

by India Bluebell Daffodil at 11:09 am Mon 3 Sep 2018 | Likes: 9

Amy Glitter Tulips,
3 things:
1) A brother and a sister is a great idea!
2) I'll write it all if you want me to.
3) Of course you can call me Ditz!


by Ditzy Sparkling Girl at 11:07 am Mon 3 Sep 2018 | Likes: 6

More books about the Victorians. An other story about a foundling
Please like if you like my idea

by Jasmine Sparkling Kingfisher at 11:07 am Mon 3 Sep 2018 | Likes: 6


I have two things to say

1. Can I call you Ditz?

2. I love your idea you need to write it down and publish it.

From everyone's friend

Amy xx

by Amy Glitter Tulips at 12:47 pm Fri 31 Aug 2018 | Likes: 8

Also Ditzy I think it should be a brother and a sister. Just a suggestion.

From a friend to everyone

Amy xx

by Amy Glitter Tulips at 12:47 pm Fri 31 Aug 2018 | Likes: 7

I think she should DEFINITELY write more Victorian books! How about: its Christmas 2017 and the character (probably a girl) receives a parcel that says its from Queen Victoria. She opens the card it came with and its signed: your great great great great great grandmother Victoria. She opens the parcel and its an original wristwatch. She picks it up then finds herself in Buckingham Palace, the throne room, in front of Queen Victoria herself and it's 1853! She finds out lots about her ancestry but then loses the wrist watch and can't get back... Please like if you want a story like this I have

by Ditzy Sparkling Girl at 12:32 pm Fri 31 Aug 2018 | Likes: 10

How about a girl who doesn't eat any fruit or veg then one day has a dream that changes her life - only, it wasn't a dream...

by Ditzy Sparkling Girl at 12:16 pm Fri 31 Aug 2018 | Likes: 7

Ditzy Sparkling Girl,
I totally agree! Cliffhanger and Buried alive are the only boy books Jacky's written, but still, I love her books only I'd like one with a boy in it - like... Tracy Beaker's Brother/son! But, you should still enjoy Jacky's books, weather they're about boys or girls!:)

Ivy xxx

by Ivy Strawberry Butterfly at 8:00 am Fri 31 Aug 2018 | Likes: 9

I think that she should write about Hetty Feather as an adult , and if she has any children.
Like if you agree

by Lavender Breezy Robot at 4:05 pm Thu 30 Aug 2018 | Likes: 11

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