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4 March 2013
I t is a lovely book but i reccomend it for 12 and over
This is the follow on book from Jacqueline Wilsons first autobiography ‘Jacky Daydream’. They are both brilliant-and should be read ! This book is about JW’s teen years and just how different they are to ours now. This is a brilliant change to fiction and gives lots of facts and info in a griping, true story.
29 January 2013
i loved jacky’s secret diary because it was great to find out about her crush and her first boyfriend and stuff. but i would like to hear a bit more about what her life is like now. it would be great if she wrote a sequel or even a diary of what she does now online, to be updated every day , for all to read. i would deffinatly read it every day. i know it could be a blog. well thats all i have to say (13)lines, i know this is sposed to be a short revew.
6 December 2012
I loved this book!It tells you a lot about how Jacqueline Wilson delt with teenage issues!If you want to read how she was as a child,the read Jacky daydream!
16 November 2012
I loved this book its not like its about Jacqueline herself growing up its like another character! I really enjoyed this book :)
12 May 2012
Again it is a must read.
6 March 2012
I loved this second edition to the books of Jacqueline Wilsons childhood as much as i loved the first, maybe even more, because Jacky was more my age in this book. i loved reading about how she lived in a daydream world, and it was so inspirational to see that although Jacqueline Wilson isn’t an amazing speller, she still manages to be a worldwide brill author. Loved it!!!! :)
3 March 2012
I would love 2 read this
2 March 2012
This book is non-fiction! It is an honest diary of Jacqueline Wilson’s teenage life. It is funny and interesting – how times have changed since then – Wilson tells us of all her problems and the books she is reading – she was such a bookworm- and about her everyday life. As it is a teenage diary and perfectly honest, i would recommend this book for girls 13+
1 March 2012
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