Author

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Jacqueline Wilson

novelist

1945   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: Coombe Girls' School
occupation: writer, novelist, children's writer, autobiographer, author, actor
award received: Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Nestlé Children's Book Prize, National Book Awards Children's Book of the Year, Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, Children's Laureate, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
www.jacquelinewilson.co.uk



Dame Jacqueline Wilson (née Aitken; born 17 December 1945) is an English novelist known for her popular children's literature. Her novels have been notable for featuring controversial themes such as adoption and divorce without alienating her large readership. Since her debut novel in 1969, Wilson has written over 100 books.
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Works

61

Love Lessons

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

2005

Hetty Feather

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

2010

The Lottie Project

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

1997

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

Double Act

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Sue Heap, Nick Sharratt

1995

My Sister Jodie

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

2008

The Diamond Girls

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

2004

The Mum Minder

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrator: Nick Sharratt

1993

How to Survive Summer Camp

book by Jacqueline Wilson

author: Jacqueline Wilson

1985

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