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id like the same as lydia spiral it would be good for another story about her circus life (hetty feather)

by Britney Million at 2:20 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

I think jw should write a book with lots of mystery and adventure with lots of dramatic twists in the plot. :-D:-D

by Dolphin Candlelight at 2:19 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

about a girl who has everything until she moves to a new school.
then her friend Mia helps her out.

by Lola Fox at 2:18 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

I write stories all the time, one idea could be is to write about a girl starting secondary school for the first time, and at first she does everything she can to fit in, but in the end she realises that you don't find friendship, friendship finds you? and also that she should just be herself?
Or a really funny one about a high school, with different people telling different parts, and really funny, interesting characters?

by Melanie Bunny at 2:17 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Maybe Jaqueline could write a book called 'Mandy' about a little girl[named mandy,of coarse] who can't speak.She is sent to a boarding school to learn how to speak,but just can't get the hang of it.But when a new girl comes[called Sara]who learns how to speak sooo quikly,she starts to talk to Mandy and they become best friends.After about six months,Mandy learns to speak;and can leave the boarding school,but also has to leave Sara,who is also ready to go.But they always stay best friends forever.:)

by Sylvie Ice-cream at 2:15 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

Olympic Dreams.
Sasha has always wanted to become an athlete. Her heroes her Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah. When Sasha has to get her legs amputated, she is devastated. When her Mum gives her tickets to the London Olympics, Sasha is thrilled and chooses to see the 400m race. During her trip, Sasha realizes that dreams can still come true...legs or no legs.

by Topaz Hummingbird at 2:15 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

How about a book about a little African girl who is sent from Syria to England because of the wars and she meets a girl called Nelga and they make best friends.Nelga knows English but Salulu[the little girl] dosn't;so Nelga has to teach her.But Salulu struggles at school and gets padly picked on,so the two girls run away.They meet an old lady,who they see as being a true angel,but is she everything that she seems...:-O

by Sylvie Ice-cream at 2:15 pm Fri 14 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

It could be called Molly-Mophead.
About a poor girl called Molly, who lives in a shabby apartment.
Her parents, who are always fighting, are getting divorced soon.
Meanwhile at school she is forever teased about her bizarre haircut and called "Molly-Mophead" as well as being bullied by the leader of the cool gang (Maisy Appleton.)
Desperately and un-successfully attempting to become part of the gang, she is rejected.
At least she has her best friend Poppy...
Until Poppy moves schools. Now lonely Molly gets angry VERY angry, so angry she pushes Maisy down

by Blossom Kiss at 8:57 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

I think JW should make a book about a very popular pretty smart rich funny and so on 14 year old girl who leaves her popularity to elope with this handsome mystirious man in his early twenties only will they survive in the harsh gypsy life.....

by Shadow Scotch at 1:46 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Well I think Jacqueline wilson is an amazing writer and she should do a book about darck, tall clever girls cuz that's the opposites of the girls she normally writes about eg:
Hey my names Chrystal I'm really tall for my age I'm piratically the smartest in the class and I adore my dad he's epic also I'm really popular so basically I'm living every girls dream....
and so on I really hope Jacqueline wilson reads this

by Shadow Scotch at 1:46 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

does anybody here want to be a author when they grow up??? i do! X :);-)

by Truth French at 1:38 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

I think you should do a book about a girl that runs away from home, because her mum has a new baby boy and she thinks her mum doesn't love her anymore, but by the end of her journey she realizes her mum loves her the same as the new baby

by Apple Dazzledust at 1:37 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 2

i think that she should write a second book of lily alone so we know if she ever got back with her siblings and her mum. she should also write a number 2 of little darling and a number 2 of the diamond girls.:-O

by June Fountain at 1:37 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Hey everyone!

I would love to read a more fantasy-based story. Maybe one where there is a girl, who is abnormally pretty and one day she finds out she's no actually human and tries to trace her past...
Or another series which is as awesome as the Hetty Feather Books!

by Naomi Summer at 12:27 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

JW Please can you write a book about a princess who was too average to be a princess and ran away and changed her life and suddenly got lost then found her way again and stuff like that?

by Marissa Strawberry at 12:27 pm Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

I would like Mrs Wilson, (I am trying to be respectful), to write a book about a girl called Martha who moves houses and goes to a new school. But she gets bullied. In the end, she dies of cancer. She never told anyone in school she had cancer. I do not know what to call the book but I do hope Mrs Wilson will write a book about my idea. I have been working on this simple idea for three days!

by Andrea Moonbeam at 11:50 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 2

Please JW write a book about a girl who has no friends but moves to a new school and gets a friend but another new girl comes to that school and steals her best friend away from her.On second thoughts,just please write a book with a girl called Bella,one called Donna and one called Tiffany.:):-D;-)

by Fiona Toy at 11:49 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

what about a girl who watches too much TV shows?! and then she could go crazy and she could be living in a TV world....;-):-D

by Lois Game at 11:47 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

What about another lily alone book? I want to see what happen's to everyone!!

by Sadie Horseshoe at 11:45 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

please JW write a story about a girl who finds a magical creature who is a queen and then has to save her from dieing because if she douse die all of the magical animals will die because they will have no queen.

by Matilda Smile at 11:43 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Maybe there should be a sequel to "Four children and it".
This time Rosalind and Robbie are on there way to the airport with Dad,Smash,Maudie and Alice when suddenly they see It flying on a shooting star.Then Smash wishies that they were on Xfactor and within a second Maudie,Smash,Rosalind and Robbie are on Xfactor.

P.S The name could be "Four Children,It and the shooting star".:)

by Emily Blonde at 11:42 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

How about a book called The Angel Has Risen?:-D

by Chloe Crow at 11:42 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

maybe a book about a pop star who hates the limelight and runs away and swaps lives witha poor girl

by Star Armoir at 11:40 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 2

u should write a story based on leaving high school

by Sarah Diary at 11:39 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

you could make a book about how much of anything you & your friends are or an activity book

by Marissa Strawberry at 11:39 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Write another book about best friends because i read the book over and over and i really would like to find out what happens next please Jacqueline Wilson:):-D;-)

by Una Doll at 11:38 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

Jacqueline Wilson can you write a book about a horse and how it escapes from its field and is never found again or it is found again?:)

by Una Doll at 11:38 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 1

I would like another book about Lily alone and they go out camping and get lost but there mum finds them and all of the kids decide to run away to a different place where no one can find them:-O

by Una Doll at 11:38 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 2

I think Jacqueline should make one about us i mean the website and we could be in it

by Serena Skylark at 11:38 am Tue 11 Jun 2013 | Likes: 0

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