The Monster Story-teller - Jacqueline Wilson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552557870 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Jacqueline Wilson / Paperback / 64 Pages / Book is published 2008-03-13 by Corgi Pups
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Little Darlings - Jacqueline WilsonLITTLE DARLINGS.. PERFECT BOOK FOR MY LITTLE DARLING. (456 words)
by bishopview - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 414 readings)
Little Darlings is the latest offering from Jaqueline Wilson. This book was published in March of this year. My nine year old daughter is one of Jaqueline Wilson's biggest fans. She has read most of her books and was looking forward to getting her hands on this latest book. Whilst we were on holiday last week, we bought this book for her from Asda for £6. I think that this is excellent value as it is quite a thick, hardback book. Infact there is an impressive 304 pages in this book to enjoy. The story is centred around two girls. Destiny and Sunset. Sunset is the daughter of a rock star. She has everything she wants and lives a very priviliged life style. Destiny lives ...
Love Lessons - Jacqueline WilsonNeed a Good read, Have a lesson in love (1235 words)
by angiebabyqueen - written on 18/03/06 (Very useful, 2236 readings)
the characteristics of her father that she really didnít want, yet she has those characteristics whether she likes it or not. This story is another wonderful masterpiece by Jacqueline Wilson, and something that I thoroughly enjoyed reading. This book is aimed towards older teenagers, and preferably into chick lit. As a Jacqueline Wilson fan, I have read many of her books, and once again, this lives up to her standard that she sets herself. I really enjoyed reading this book, and had fun in reading it. Overall, I rate this book as nine and a half out of ten, with the last half a mark being knocked off due to it not being able to relate to true life. You get all of these ...