Top Ten Best Jacqueline Wilson Books

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The Top Ten
1 Queenie

I got this book from my school library, and I really liked it. Jacqueline Wilson is one of my favorite authors. If I had the book, I would reread it again and again. I recommend it to everyone.

Queenie is an adorable book. Little Elsie is so cute, and I love the little hospital cat, Queenie.

I love this book as it encourages children that even in your darkest times, you can find a friend.

2 The Worst Thing About My Sister
3 The Story of Tracy Beaker

Very good book. Read it several times.

4 My Sister Jodie

I loved her books when I was younger, but obviously not anymore. However, I did think this book was actually really good (except for the main boy. He was annoying).

5 Candyfloss
6 Hetty Feather

I love this book! It includes loads of drama, and once I picked it up, I most certainly could not put it down. It is the first of a Jacqueline Wilson book series and is very lively, unique, and entertaining.

They have also created a show on CBBC based on this book. Love it!

I love Hetty Feather. It is really interesting. You should try it. That's all I have to say. Enjoy reading.

I give it a full five stars. To be honest, I prefer you to any other author. I love the Hetty Feather series on CBBC.

7 The Butterfly Club

I think this was the first Jacqueline Wilson book that I read in Year 4 or 5. My mum's boyfriend bought me the book, and I read it non-stop - couldn't put it down.

I just loved this book through and through.

8 Lily Alone

Lily Alone is such a marvelous book. Lily and her younger sisters and brother have to fend for themselves after their depressed mum goes off to Spain with her new boyfriend. Lily is struggling to look after three kids.

They have to cope with a lot of hassle, including trying to keep the teachers and police from discovering them and eating leftover food from park benches. Any book reader should most certainly read this.

Good book, but are we supposed to feel bad for the mum? Because I certainly don't. What did she expect to happen?

I know it was Lily's choice to tell Mikey everything was fine, but the man used to hit the poor girl. Talk about bad parenting skills.

9 Bad Girls
10 Opal Plumstead
The Contenders
11 Little Stars
12 Kiss
13 The Illustrated Mum

This book actually gave me nightmares.

14 Rent a Bridesmaid
15 The Longest Whale Song
16 The Lottie Project

My all-time favorite. I read all her books, and I still like this one the best as it was the first one I read. It also reminds me of when I was in Year 6.

17 Cookie

I love this book so much! I feel so sorry for Beauty for having a horrible dad and being bullied by girls at school who think they are amazing.

18 Clover Moon

I'm way too old for Jacqueline Wilson, but I really love this book. I found it so gripping, and I couldn't put it down. xx

19 Emerald Star
20 Rose Rivers

Rose Rivers is amazing. She loves drawing and is very brave to wear casual clothes when her mum tells her she has to wear a corset.

21 The Suitcase Kid
22 Katy

It shows that you can do anything when you're disabled.

23 Sapphire Battersea

It was good and suspenseful. I hope others can reflect their behaviors on it.

24 Dustbin Baby
25 Double Act
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