The winning Story by 9-year-old Fern Brindle is to be published in We are the Beaker Girls by Jacqueline Wilson in June 2020. 9-year-old Fern Brindle from Dronfield in Derbyshire has won this year’s prize. For this year’s challenge, entrants were asked to write a short story on any subject between 750-1000 words.
Read the start of the story by Jacqueline Wilson (but don’t forget to check how it is developing): The Two New Foundlings. Good luck! Terms and conditions This competition is open to children from age 6 to16 and resident in the UK. Entry into the competition is via e-mail only. Postal submissions cannot be considered. We are unable to return entries sent by post. Stories must be submitted.
Jacqueline Wilson is an incredibly inspirational children’s author, creating unique characters that children can connect with, addressing important issues that many adults shy away from discussing with kids and always finding fun and imagination in the world around us. Jacqueline is known as much for her work encouraging children to be creative as her characters, and often runs competitions.
The award winning, Jacqueline Wilson is an English author of children’s books. She is best known for creating the character of Tracy Beaker who was first introduced to the world in The Story of Tracy Beaker (1991) which was followed by three sequels and two CBBC television adaptations namely, The Story of Tracy Beaker and Tracy Beaker Returns. Many of her novels have been adapted to screen.
The challenge was to write a short story on any subject of between 750-1,000 words. Fern beat some stiff competition to win the amazing prize of having her (very funny!) short story, Mum’s New Hobby, published in an exclusive edition of Jacqueline Wilson’s new book, We Are The Beaker Girls. Head judge Jacqueline Wilson was joined by a judging panel that included Victoria Dilly, the Love.
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Jacqueline Wilson, children's author, is an extremely well-known and hugely popular author creator of Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather. Home; My bookshelf; About Jacqueline; Explore the town. Library; My room; Chat corner; Art gallery; Cinema; Events; Log in; Register; The Longest Whale Song. Ella's mum is in a deep coma, having just had a new baby. That means Ella has to live with Jack, her.Learn More
Onto Jacqueline Wilson writing career- initially, Jacqueline Wilson was writing crime fiction. She would later make up her mind when she decided to venture into children’s books. Up to 1990, Jacqueline Wilson has penned down 40 books, however, even after all these books, she hadn’t penned her breakthrough copy. It is in 1991 that Jacqueline Wilson wrote “The Story of Tracy Beaker,” a.Learn More
Jacqueline Wilson was born in Bath in 1945 and spent her childhood in Kingston-on-Thames, where she still lives today as a full-time writer. She was educated at Coombe Girls School, Surrey, relocating to Dundee to start work as a teenage journalist with D C Thomson, writing for Jackie teenage magazine, which was named after her.She has written many books for children, and her sensitive.Learn More
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Jacqueline Wilson wrote her first novel when she was nine years old, and she has been writing ever since. She is now one of Britain's bestselling and most beloved children's authors. She has written over 100 books and is the creator of characters such as Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather. More than forty million copies of her books have been sold.Learn More
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Creating Characters with Jacqueline Wilson, Nick Sharratt and Rick Riordan. Tune in to challenge your students to think and write creatively and get them inventing their own characters. Featuring top tips, wise words and draw-alongs with the biggest names in the business! What to expect on show day: At 1.30pm a countdown will begin playing (this isn’t part of the show) At 2.00pm the show.Learn More
The new bestseller from Jacqueline Wilson, creator of Tracy Beaker, Hetty Feather and The Illustrated Mum, is a funny, moving and heartwarming story of four children who discover a way to make wishes come true. Echoing the classic E Nesbit novel, Five Children and It, this new story from this mega-selling author, winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, is a brilliant read not just for.Learn More
Best-selling Jacqueline Wilson’s 100th book is a cracking story set just before the First World War with one of Wilson’s feistiest girls yet at its heart. Opal Plumstead is a clever, bookish girl with a Scholarship place at a posh girl’s school. When her father commits a very foolish crime (to cover his disappointment at having his book rejected by a publisher) he is sent to prison and.Learn More
The true Jacqueline Wilson story. I Have only read one of her other books, but I think I can still say that this book is very true to her fictional style. JW really can write for children. She knows what they want and need and how to present it. Easy and entertraining. 100% child friendly. Even t.Learn More
Interview with Jacqueline Wilson. How old were you when your first book you wrote was published? I was writing stories throughout my childhood, and my first short story was published when I was 17. But I was 22 before I got a book published. How did you first become interested in writing? Did any author or teacher inspire you?Learn More