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Schoolgirl Jemima Layzell's diaries printed after death Children's authors Jacqueline Wilson and Michael Morpurgo have praised Jemima's writing The private diaries of a 13-year-old schoolgirl who died from a brain aneurism have been published. Jemima
10 May 2013 British writer Jacqueline Wilson is among those calling for an end to sexist books covers Female authors have called for an end to sexist book covers which promote their novels as 'girly' in order to boost sales regardless of the plot.
I moved to this beautiful big house eight years ago, a world away from the small council flat I grew up in. As a child I longed for a rocking horse but it was never going to happen in such a tiny flat. Then, on my 60th birthday, my best friend,
US crime writers dominate the list of most borrowed authors from British libraries, with James Patterson in pole position for the sixth year in a row. Seventeen of the top 20 most borrowed adult fiction titles were by US, or US-based, crime writers;
Emerald Star is the last book in the series about Hetty Feather by Jacqueline Wilson...It had a great sense of mystery and although it was sad in places it had a good emotional ending. It was a really satisfying conclusion to the series and had a
Seven Stories book centre given national status Seven Stories patron Jacqueline Wilson is arguably most famous for the Tracy Beaker series Newcastle's noted Seven Stories book centre is to be renamed the National Centre for Children's Books, Arts
Sapphirebooklover We've all heard of prize-winning, children's favourite author, Jacqueline Wilson , but have you read ALL of her books? You may think Lola Rose is just another book about family problems and love and kisses, but once you read the
Sportsphoto Ltd/Allstar There seem to be more and more books in which children are shown reading other books...Children aren't often shown just reading for pleasure in children's stories but they are frequently shown reading a specific title or the
Eamonn McCabe Children's author Jacqueline Wilson launched her new book today on the first day of the Edinburgh International Book Festival . A sold-out venue of some of her biggest fans welcomed the Tracey Beaker author, whose new book, Four
Mal Peet's Exposure is about the high-profile relationship between a black footballer and his white wife...In Jacqueline Wilson's story Cliffhanger, Tim hates sport but is sent away on an adventure holiday, where he is forced to canoe and abseil...