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I really like Wave Me Goodbye and all of the Hetty Feathers. Who else like those books? Also, The Worst Thing About My Sister is really good. :):):)

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by Abi Cherry Sunflower at 5:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

skippy have you seen the hetty feather series on cbbc:-O
they are so good:-O

by Skippy Cherry Bluebell at 5:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

my top 5 JW books are

1. Lily alone
2. cookie
3. katy
4. all the hetty feathers
5. Clean break

like if any of these are your favs

by Skippy Bluebell Sequin at 3:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 2

in kiss I'm sure carl is buy not gay because he kisses both boys and girls

by Skippy Bluebell Sequin at 3:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 0

what JW books would be better as films reply if you think you have one

by Skippy Bluebell Sequin at 3:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

Who loves 'The Worst Thing About My Sister'? Like if you do!

by Abi Cherry Sunflower at 3:01 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

My favorite JW book at the moment is Little Stars, I'm a huge Hetty Feather fan

by Lavender Sparkling Christmas at 2:53 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

Has anyone read Hetty Feather's Christmas yet? I haven't but in a Jaqueline Wilson magazine that I bought, there was a little extract of the book that you could read. I haven't read that yet however, I am going to read it today.

by Abi Cherry Sunflower at 2:52 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

I think Jacky should write more books about friendship because I liked best friends book.

by Rose Orange Eyes at 2:51 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 0

Rose Harmony Treasure
Yeah I always get put by people who won't stop talking in class I just ignore them. But its not really about her sitting next to Selma that bugs me its that she thinks it is desperately unfair she can't pick where she sits.
Its interesting hearing two different sides to this.
Renata x

by Renata Bunny at 2:51 pm Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

Like if you can039;t wait for hetty feather039;s Christmas!

by Queen Angel Gemstone at 11:19 am Mon 23 Oct 2017 | Likes: 5

Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie
Without going into too much detail. Gay people are people who love people of the same gender. (Men loving men, women loving woman) I hope this answers your question. You might want to talk about it with a parent because they can tell you more.

by Renata Bunny at 6:43 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie
I know. I tried to say it in a constrictive way, I'm not that good at giving feedback. But to reply to your concerns (no offence) I think that Tina has the right not to sit with Selma but she overrated when she found out they mixed boys and girls and they couldn't pick where to sit. I'm not being rude but I think this site is for sharing opinions and we all have different opinions and I respect your view.
Renata x
PS Isn't ten to early for a phone?
PPS I mean no offence to anyone here.

by Renata Bunny at 6:43 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

pixie I love the form and yes we are allowed to do it.:-D

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 5:12 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 2

yay I cant wait to here the reply once you've got it tell me if its a yes or no!

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 5:11 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Elsa Apple Treasure, Good Question. Kiss is my FAVE book, I think Carl is still in love with boys- well Paul, I think the Kiss to Sylvie is more of a friendly thing, though I kinda wish they ended up together! Although I sort of suspected Carl was gay, I don't really know why I just did

From Rosie!

by Rose Harmony Treasure at 4:43 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

I agree with Retana! Some characters are quite irritating in the book! I think if Tina didn't want to sit by Selma she should have just sucked it up and moved on! I have to sit next to this really horrid girl in my class but I just ignore her! Like if you've ever sat next to someone irritating (or if you have read wave me goodbye! I recently finished it and was really moved!) :)

by Rose Harmony Treasure at 4:43 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 2

My top 5 JW books are

1. Kiss

2. Wave Me Goodbye

3. My Sister Jodie

4. Opal Plumstead

5. Diamond Girls

by Rose Harmony Treasure at 4:43 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 4


You guys must read Girls In Love,it's an amazing book:)

Try it out

by Flossy Fashion Fruit at 4:41 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 1

Rent a bunny your quite right but its kind of offensive to Jacky and its how she wants them to be and who are we to argue Jacky's a world famous writer were not Jacky's A adult were not and Tina has the right not to sit next to Selma and Tilly like every one is desperate for a phone ( I don't blame her I am to!) love from HRCP

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 3:55 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Elsa what does ''gay'' mean?

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 3:55 pm Fri 20 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie

When everything is ready,I think that everyone who wants to join should fill in this form:Fave web apart from JWs Age,Top three hobbies, Top three Fave foods,and ideal outfit.Hope you like this idea:-D;-)

P.S Anyone wanting to join,DO NOT fill in the form yet,not until it is given the OK from Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie.

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 6:06 pm Thu 19 Oct 2017 | Likes: 2

Soz if any replies are well,LATE its only cos I've not been here for a while

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 7:23 pm Wed 18 Oct 2017 | Likes: 2

By Monday,My schoolbag will be FULL TO THE BRIM with poems and stories:-O;-)

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 7:23 pm Wed 18 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie

Sent the letter!!!!!!!!!:-D:-D Hope they reply soon!!!!

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 7:22 pm Wed 18 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

pixie I would so add little darlings to my list but the thing is the only Hetty Feather book I have read is the extract to Hetty feathers Christmas. Oh and by the way you can get JW mag from Tesco if you live in England and if you don't then I have no idea.

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 3:34 pm Wed 18 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

I love you books Jackeline Wilson but I was wondering is carl gay in the book "kiss" because he kissed Paul and Sylvie. Did he only kiss Sylvie because she wanted him to or did he do it because he wasn't gay and he just liked her??

by Elsa Apple Treasure at 9:12 am Wed 18 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

pixie I don't really know but at the same time I have a great idea! So go onto Jacky's fan mail and send to her dear Jaqueline Wilson me and my friend would like to do a JW book club. We were hoping that you could maybe put a book club on the JW website for us to run. :-D so if its not to much trouble pixie could you maybe write the letter because my mum wont let me! Love from HRC:

by Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie at 5:18 pm Tue 17 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Little Darlings should be turned into a film!

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 5:04 pm Tue 17 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

Hetty Rainbow Cuddlepie

I love those books too!But I'd add Little Darlings to the list too.IT ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by Pixie Cherry Midnight at 5:04 pm Tue 17 Oct 2017 | Likes: 3

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