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Maybe about a child who lives somewhere exotic like the rainforest and then her cousin comes to visit from a busy city and they don't get along? :-?

by Jacob Socks at 4:57 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 13

Jacky could write a story about a girl who goes on holiday and she goes in a grave yard.Then
she looks some graves.she hears something like a cork popping. she turns around and sees loads of green hands popping out of the ground.They pull her down and the story is about her zombie life.She goes on an cool adventure and turns back into a human.:-D:-D:-D:-D

by Vita Dinosaur at 4:57 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 15

i think there should be a book about a girl who runs away and gets lost but in the end she finds her way home but its been so long her family don't remember her and she has to convince them she really is there daughter.Will it work:-?

by Autumn Joking at 4:57 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 21

For my suggestion, that's all!

Though, you can choose her personality. Although, she has to be feisty and determined (never lets anything get in her way); she has an issue with being overprotective with her favourite possessions. Any possessions, in fact. :3

by Dusty Kaleidoscope at 4:56 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 12

Her is a description on Chelsea's appearance...

Chelsea has kinda a lightly tanned, peachy colour skin, similar to her mother's. Often, she gets goosebumps on her arms, though it isn't likely anywhere else. Her eyes are a azure blue, with flecks of hazel in. Her body has a considered 'feminine' structure and she has pianist fingers, meaning that they are long and evenly spread. Chelsea is about an average height for an apt thirteen-year-old; therefore she is about one hundred and fifty-five centre metres tall. Her weight is quite below average - four point s

by Dusty Kaleidoscope at 4:56 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 23

I have one... but it isn't very good. And I will, in my next post, describe the main character.

The main character would be a girl named Chelsea Brown. Though her best friends, although she only has one or two, call her CeCe. She lives in an old, small cottage with her parents. Chelsea lives in the old broom cupboard, because that was the only space to sleep. She is a very different girl and just because she's thirteen, doesn't mean she acts like a thirteen-year-old. Instead, Chelsea has such a big imagination and originality, she acts as if she's about seven or

by Dusty Kaleidoscope at 4:56 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 26

i think they could do another one of those sad stories but of an orphan child ;-)

by Madrah Daisy at 4:47 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 24

I dont have any ideas for Jacqueline Wilson's books. There all amazingly written by her. She doesn't nedd any ideas. :-D

by Richeldis Feather at 4:47 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 26

When ray finds out she has a twin her whole life is turned upside down . With the arrival of her baby half brother James she journeys from. The small town of Loughborough to the falshing lights of holly wood to find Keira and bring her home but will a camera crew. and a boy called fin stand in the way of that?

by Ray Falcon at 4:45 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 25

I think we could write mini copies of books and jacquline could review and tip us on our book:-D

by Chesnut Shopaholic at 4:43 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 31

A girl moves from her old school in London but then moves to Ireland and her new school is horrible! Theres 2 mean girls named Ellie and Rosie and they all get into a big fight together.
She only makes 1 friend but she likes Ellie+Rosie more. PLEASE LIKE MY IDEAS!!

by Jacob Magpie at 4:42 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 44

Heres an idea! About a girl called Missy La Rose and her mum wins the lottery and they spend the money for a new hoyse and its a caravan! But her mum gets ill! Her,Pearl,Auntie Gloria and Uncle George try to help but finally her mum feels better. HOPE YOU LIKE MY IDEAS!!

by Jacob Magpie at 4:42 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 27

so sorry to say this but my improvment for jw is dont talk about so much dating xxx

by Journey Blue at 4:41 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 22

maybe a really scary book:-D

by Jessie Planet at 4:41 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 23

i think Jacqueline Wilson should do another book about little darlings:-D

by Charlie Film at 4:40 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 30

im not sure maybe another fantasy instead of real life situations becasue i think jw will be good a writing fantasy:-D

by Richeldis Comet at 4:40 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 21

hey i i was just thinking you could make a story about a girl called michelle and her mother and father die in world war 2 love yoi jw

by Jacob Eyes at 4:40 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 32

Love JW books so much, have never read one that i didn't enjoy, even the ones for younger kids. On that note, more books for/centered around older people, say 15 years + like the Girls in Love series, Love lessons, Vicky Angel ect . One of the best things about JW's books are the brilliant characters, it'd be cool to see some older ones.

by Richeldis Bed at 4:40 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 27

well Yes !!

Maybe she should make one about a childstar like sunset in little darlings only this girl hates being famous and she runs away to make a normal life and changes her name and stuff ???:)

by Abi Art at 3:18 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 35

hi, i'm the first person to post on this chat thingy. COOL!!!!!

by Isabella Emerald at 3:18 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 25

Why don't you write a story like candy floss but from the parents point of view?

by Lydia Spiral at 3:17 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 32

This is an interesting one.......How about something like Tracy Beaker's diary of dares?

by April Prize at 3:17 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 50

There should be one about this Website:-D
you know like a journal. ;-)

by Aisling Humour at 3:17 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 24

how about
the myteriouse tracy beaker . it could be about when tracy is an adult ,and she promised never to see Justine littlewood but unfortunetly the had to room together for there job,but after tracy has an idea of being a internet sensation......

by Andrea Smarty at 3:17 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 52

i would like to see book called daisy. this is about a girl called daisy who lives with her dad because mum had died as a baby but one day he leaves for jamica and when she wonders through the forest a witch cast a spell that turns her to a daisy but a happy ending [my fav!!!] she brakes the witchs spell which kills her and retauns to her dad in jamica and they live happily ever affter

by Belladonna Joyful at 3:16 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 32

I think there should be one with adventure!
A girl running away from her mother who forbids her to see her friend because her friend framed her but the girl doesn't believe her mother. This time write it as the friends point of view!!!

by Serena Bubblegum at 3:16 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 61

well i think there should be a new book called how train your peagasus

by Sallyann Sandwich at 3:15 pm Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 34


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by Starlight Party at 11:54 am Mon 22 Apr 2013 | Likes: 44

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