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I think you should write about a really spoiled girl but then something happens in her family which makes her turn good!

by Amy Silly Skylark at 5:11 pm Thu 23 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

I think you should write a story about a girl how loves to dance but she has to move the country
and starts a new school but there are mean girls. she joins the dance team but because of one of the mean girls is the dance captain but the new girl is better than her and they try and kick her off it.

I hope you like it :)

good times

by Pixie Bluebell Microscope at 7:28 am Wed 22 Jan 2020 | Likes: 4

I think about 2 girls there rebels and the book could be called



i like your idea Mandy Apple Sweeties!:)

by Abi Orange Moonlight at 4:37 pm Tue 21 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

Hey guys,
I think Jackie should write about a girl who is an orphan and she runs away to find her real parents and together they become rich and meet a wizard or something.

by Riley Harmony Swirls at 4:37 pm Tue 21 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

Maybe a little girl who is Jewish and is in that war?;-)

Layla xxxxx

by Lulu Dinosaur Telescope at 4:32 pm Tue 21 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

Maybe you could do a book about a girl who has disabilities and she gets bullied but she stands up for herself and everything works out to help people who have disabilities and get bullied to make them feel proud because there's nothing wrong with having a disability

by Lily Apple Biscuits at 4:31 pm Tue 21 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

I think maybe she should write about a quiet girl but very clever. I like your idea, Ditsy Ballon Art too

by Mandy Apple Sweeties at 4:43 pm Thu 16 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

Maybe a book about someone who's dad or mum is in the the armed forces and they work away a lot and have to move a lot and the army have supported them but when her/his parent ends their service they struggle a lot.

I hope u like it;-):-D


by Fabulous Bluebell Hawk at 6:18 pm Wed 15 Jan 2020 | Likes: 4

I'm writing a book about a fictional popular store (Psycho Citrus). The manager has to leave and employs a man called Tony Frail, who is too meek to run a store. The old manager's deputy, Zara, really doesn't like him. It turns out in the end that they are COUSINS!!!!!:-O:-O

by Scarlet Sparkling Zebra at 5:11 pm Wed 15 Jan 2020 | Likes: 0

Im thinking of writing a story about a Rich girl who finds out she is bio and she likes three people

Mason her best friend
Maya her personal Tutor
or James her Childhood friend

who will she choose?

(insert DUN DUN DUN noises here)

by Ditzy Balloon Art at 10:01 am Mon 13 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

I think it would be really nice if she wrote a book about a short girl with hidden talents that nobody realises she has because they are to busy noticing how short she is.

by Mandy Tiger Sequin at 9:55 am Mon 13 Jan 2020 | Likes: 3

Maybe someone who has to leave their home:(
Their home is dangerous and there is war :(
Like Anne Frank's diary! I love that book! Anyone else? I'm curious now.......;-)

by Riley Party Buttercup at 9:55 am Mon 13 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

I think she should write a sequel to "Little darlings" or maybe a book about a girl who has a hard time because she is short, and nobody realises her hidden talents, like playing clarinet and singing.

by Mandy Tiger Sequin at 9:55 am Mon 13 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

Could it be about a Jewish girl? Perhaps due to her moving cities and they are no good Jewish schools around she has to go to a Christian school? I know what it’s like cos my mom works at a Christian school and I am Jewish

by Glitzy Dinosaur Sunflower at 5:11 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 6

maybe you could do another story about yourself but of what you would of loved your childhood to be like if it was in the past,present or future:)

by Lily Apple Biscuits at 2:25 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

I think she should write about a girl that is home schooled but then goes to a public school!
Tiggy :):):)

by Verity Tiger Biscuits at 2:21 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

About a girl who is upset because her parents got devorsed because dad keeps on having to go to work early (he is a wood cuterin the forest) and then she runs away into a forest but gets lost. Then she finds a mystical beast that everyone in the town is afraid of but in the meantime her parents become friends again trying to find her. The beast shows her back home and she shows everyone how loving the beast is and then they are all happy and safe.

hope you like my idea! :-D:-D:):)

by Trixibelle Cherry Pebble at 2:17 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 3

But my fav idea is still for her to rewrite the maggots (the story she wrote as a child), set in the 50's! Of course after she does a sequel to Rose Rivers and Clover Moon ;-)

by Lady Sparkling Meadowlark at 2:16 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

I think it would be cool if she wrote about a girl who has a teenage sister who gets pregnant, it would raise awareness and show a realistic depiction of it without glorifying it or shaming it, just a realistic story, the good and the bad. Or the main character could even be the pregnant one and it could be for older readers :) (my mum was a teen mum)

by Lady Sparkling Meadowlark at 2:14 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

Or another story about a disabled girl. I have a disability and I LOVED Katy because it was so relatable.
Or more modernised classics! She could do Anne of green gables, a little princess, little women, the secret garden, alice in wonderland, narnia, les mis, david copperfield, jane eyre, the railway children... or a murder mystery!

by Lady Sparkling Meadowlark at 2:14 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 5

you should make a story to learn what it's like to be the popular girl i do hope you enjoy it

by Stormy Fashion Treasure at 2:12 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 0

Jackie could make a book called HELP!

by Bella Apple Treasure at 2:02 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

how about a girl who has a secret boyfriend but then discovers his true personalities and tells her boyfriend she knows his true personalities but still loves him which is a lie. she starts flirting with another boy. her x boyfriend does not like this so there is a big fight

by Jenny Bluebell Daisy at 2:02 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 3

Please write more Jess and Tracy Beaker books they are amazing!!!

by Tracy Echo Wobbling at 12:59 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

maybe a story where there are two kids who live in a children’s home (like Tracy beaker) and they are twins they are both girls and get fostered by different people but have never been split apart before so they have to learn how to cope without each other

by Tracy Echo Wobbling at 12:59 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

my sister jodie part 2 never read such a good book please do another one but cuz jodie died you could do it about pearl and her little sis may ..

if can plz do ill be first in line to buy jk
bye bye lulu xoxoxo/

by Lulu Harmony Prize at 12:51 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 5

Jaqueline could write another Tracy beaker book! :D

by Bella Apple Treasure at 12:45 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

There could be a book about a girl who makes the biggest sacrifice ever because her mother is ill in her heart with cancer and the girl(by the way she's called Maya)gives her mother her heart and the mother makes a machine that took her back to life and she has to be replaced in some parts with robotics and it can be called Maya Robot and she is bullied so much because of it! Like if you think it's a good idea;-)

by Bella Apple Treasure at 12:45 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

Maybe a book about War and love when people get drawn apart and back together:-O

by Coral Orange Sunflower at 12:42 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 1

Hi guys,
If you are reading this, like if you agree...
The next book Jackie writes should be about a wild horses or something with horses in it!!! I love horses!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So please smash that like button, and get me to at least 5 likes. HORSES HORSES HORSES

by Riley Harmony Swirls at 12:40 pm Wed 8 Jan 2020 | Likes: 2

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