The Tracy Beaker Trilogy

Author: Jacqueline Wilson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0440869978
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The story of Tracy Beaker: Ten-year-old Tracy, who lives in a children's home because her mother was forced to give her up, dreams of getting a good foster family where she can be happy until her mother comes back for her. Starring Tracy Beaker: Tracy is desperate for a role in her school play, A Christmas Carol, and she is cast in the main role. The dare game: Tracy Beaker has started a new school and thought she was going to live happily ever after with her foster care mom, Cam. But things don't quite work out the way Tracy planned.

The Story Of Tracy Beaker

Author: Jacqueline Wilson
Editor: Yearling Books
ISBN: 9780440418078
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Left at an orphanage, Tracy Beaker dreams of the day that her mother will return from wherever she has gone to reclaim her and take her away from her unpleasant surroundings. Reprint.

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
Editor:
ISBN:
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Jacqueline Wilson

Author: Lucy Pearson
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137380993
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Jacqueline Wilson is one of the most popular writers for children in Britain today, and is ground-breaking in her frank treatment of issues such as adoption, divorce and death. Addressing Wilson's work from a variety of perspectives, this exciting volume brings together a range of new critical essays from an international team of scholars.

Talking Books

Author: James Carter
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134649649
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Talking Books sets out to show how some of the leading children's authors of the day respond to these and other similar questions. The authors featured are Neil Ardley, Ian Beck, Helen Cresswell, Gillian Cross, Terry Deary, Berlie Doherty, Alan Durant, Brian Moses, Philip Pullman, Celia Rees, Norman Silver, Jacqueline Wilson, and Benjamin Zephaniah. They discuss with great enthusiasm: *their childhood reading habits *how they came to be published *how they write on a daily basis *how a particular book came together *a type of writing that they are especially known for. Through in-depth interviews, they each reveal their approach to their craft. Much is know and spoken of the product that is the children's book, but it is rare that writers are given the opportunity to talk at length about the process of writing for children. Talking Books redresses the balance by presenting a wide selection of authors (of fiction, non-fiction and poetry) reflecting upon the joys and challenges of the craft, creativity and process of writing for children.

Children S Literature

Author: M.O. Grenby
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 074862984X
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This critical guide provides a concise yet comprehensive history of British and North American children's literature from its seventeenth-century origins to the present day. Each chapter focuses on one of the main genres of children's literature: fables, fantasy, adventure stories, moral tales, family stories, the school story, and poetry. M. O. Grenby shows how these forms have evolved over three hundred years as well as asking why most children's books, even today, continue to fall into one or other of these generic categories. Why, for instance, has fantasy been so appealing to both Victorian and twenty-first-century children? Are the religious and moral stories written in the eighteenth century really so different from the teenage problem novels of today? The book answers questions like these with a combination of detailed analysis of particular key texts and a broad survey of hundreds of children's books, both famous and forgotten.

The Last International

Author: Dan Anthony
Editor: Gomer Press Limited
ISBN: 9781848514683
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Will the Rugby Zombies finally manage to play an international match? This is Dan Anthony's final novel in the trilogy of stories about the Welsh Rugby Zombies. They still need to play an international match to exorcise their shameful past but this time Arwel is less inclined to help them.

Girls In Love

Author: Jacqueline Wilson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0552557331
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Meet Ellie and her best friends Nadine and Magda, three teenage girls just starting Year Nine with a lot on their minds âe" mainly boys! Told in the bright, sparky and authentic voice of Ellie, Girls in Love is a funny, frank and revealing look at their friendships, problems and heartaches that older fans of bestselling author Jacqueline Wilson will adore. Books in the series: 1. Girls in Love 2. Girls Under Pressure 3. Girls Out Late 4. Girls in Tears

Girls Out Late

Author: Jacqueline Wilson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 055255748X
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Ellie has a boyfriend! And he's really, truly interested in her - not in her best friends, Magda and Nadine! She and oh-so-gorgeous Russell have so much in common - Ellie knows they're made for each other. If only Dad thought so too . . . While Ellie tries her best to cope with Dad's totally unreasonable curfew, Magda's dealing with her crush on a teacher - and Nadine's falling for slimy Liam again. What they need is a girls' night out - but they might get a little more than they bargained for . . . Books in the series- 1. Girls in Love 2. Girls Under Pressure 3. Girls Out Late 4. Girls in Tears

Sapphire Battersea

Author: Jacqueline Wilson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1409027252
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Hetty Feather is a Foundling Hospital girl and was given her name when she was left there as a baby. When she is reunited with her mother, she hopes her beautiful new name, Sapphire Battersea, will also mean a new life! But things don't always go as planned... Follow the twists and turns of Hetty's adventure as she goes out to work as a maid for a wealthy man. She longs to be reunited with her childhood sweetheart Jem - but also finds a new sweetheart, Bertie the butcher's boy, who whisks her away from her chores to experience the delights of the funfair! But Hetty's life may also take a darker path. Can she cope with the trials ahead?