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Jacqueline Wilson

novelist

Dame Jacqueline Wilson (née Aitken; born 17 December 1945) is an English novelist who writes for children's literature. As her children's novels frequently feature themes of adoption, divorce, and mental illness, they attract controversy. Four of her books appear in the BBC's The Big Read poll of the 100 most popular books in the UK. For her lifetime contribution as a children's writer, Wilson was a UK nominee for the international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2014. Wilson is the author of many book series. Her Tracy Beaker series, inaugurated in 1991 with The Story of Tracy Beaker, includes three sequels and has been adapted into four CBBC television series: The Story of Tracy Beaker, Tracy Beaker Returns, The Dumping Ground, and The Tracy Beaker Survival Files. She has written more than a hundred books over the course of her career.
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works

57

The Lottie Project

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

1997

Hetty Feather

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

2010

Lola Rose

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

Bad Girls

children's novel by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

1996 or 2009

Jacky Daydream

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

2007

How to Survive Summer Camp

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

1985

Double Act

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Sue Heap, Nick Sharratt

1995

The Mum Minder

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

1993

The Diamond Girls

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

2004

Love Lessons

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

2005

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