The Worry Website

Lots of the kids in Mr Speed’s class have something to worry about. From living with a new stepmum to failing at maths, everyone has their own private worries. But how can Mr Speed encourage them to discuss their troubles and get advice? Clever Mr Speed has an inspiration! He sets up the Worry Website on the classroom computer. Any pupil can anonymously enter their worry, and anyone else can type in advice to help out… Containing six linked short stories, plus an extra story written by a 12-year-old fan, this unique creation from Jacqueline Wilson is funny, touching and wise.

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  • loved it

    This book is full of problem that kids our age have to face such as if you are starting to get spots or diffuculty with a divorce. this book might help you with all sorts. I rate this book 5000 out 5000 !

    31 December 2017

  • loved it

    I ADORE THIS BOOK I THINK THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I HAVE READ SO FAR! KEEP GOING Jacqueline Wilson!

    23 November 2017

  • I love it I haven’t finished reading it but so far I LOVE IT

    17 February 2017

  • okay

    i like this maybe for 8-

    3 July 2016

  • loved it

    I loved the story but there is one thing that I dont understand and that is in the book it says go to the worry website now and type in your worry but there isnt a place to write your worry in

    29 February 2016

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Authors

  • Jacqueline wilson t 76

    Jacqueline Wilson

    Former Children’s Laureate Jacqueline Wilson is one of the UK’s best-known living children’s authors.

    Awards

    Jacqueline has won loads of awards, including the prestigious Children’s Laureate 2005-2007, two British Book Awards Children’s Books of the Year for Girls in Tears and The Illustrated Mum, and the Guardian prize for The Illustrated Mum. In a poll to find the Nation’s Favourite Children’s Book Double Act was voted 10th and was the only contemporary title in the top ten.

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