My Secret Diary

My Secret Diary

Jacqueline Wilson Nick Sharratt / Feb 19, 2020

My Secret Diary A wonderfully written and engaging teenage memoir read all about Jacqueline s problems with her family her first love her school life and her friends Read extracts from her real diaries and the stor

  • Title: My Secret Diary
  • Author: Jacqueline Wilson Nick Sharratt
  • ISBN: 9780552561563
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • A wonderfully written and engaging teenage memoir read all about Jacqueline s problems with her family, her first love, her school life and her friends Read extracts from her real diaries and the stories she wrote as a teenager learn all about the music and books she loved, her troubled school life and her parents difficult relationship Written in Jacqueline s usual aA wonderfully written and engaging teenage memoir read all about Jacqueline s problems with her family, her first love, her school life and her friends Read extracts from her real diaries and the stories she wrote as a teenager learn all about the music and books she loved, her troubled school life and her parents difficult relationship Written in Jacqueline s usual and inimitable style, this will be fascinating reading for her fans, and for anyone who s interested in what life in the UK was like in the fifties and sixties.

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      • Jacqueline Wilson Nick Sharratt

        Jacqueline Wilson was born in Bath in 1945, but spent most of her childhood in Kingston on Thames She always wanted to be a writer and wrote her first novel when she was nine, filling in countless Woolworths exercise books as she grew up As a teenager she started work for a magazine publishing company and then went on to work as a journalist on Jackie magazine which she was told was named after her before turning to writing novels full time.One of Jacqueline s most successful and enduring creations has been the famous Tracy Beaker, who first appeared in 1991 in The Story of Tracy Beaker This was also the first of her books to be illustrated by Nick Sharratt Since then Jacqueline has been on countless awards shortlists and has gone on to win many awards The Illustrated Mum won the Guardian Children s Fiction Award, the 1999 Children s Book of the Year at the British Book Awards and was also shortlisted for the 1999 Whitbread Children s Book Award.Double Act won the prestigious Smarties Medal and the Children s Book Award as well as being highly commended for the Carnegie Medal The Story of Tracy Beaker won the 2002 Blue Peter People s Choice Award.Jacqueline is one of the nation s favourite authors, and her books are loved and cherished by young readers not only in the UK but all over the world She has sold millions of books and in the UK alone the total now stands at over 35 million In 2002 Jacqueline was awarded the OBE for services to literacy in schools and from 2005 to 2007 she was the Children s Laureate In 2008 she became Dame Jacqueline Wilson.


    164 Comments

    1. I have read this many times! As a childhood inspiration, Jacqueline Wilson's book on her life as an early teenager was engaging and insightful. Even though the audience is not my age, I still enjoy it every time I read it. Defiantly recommend!


    2. I'd forgotten this was part of her series of books which make up her 'dairy' entries.I did like the way, she showed her teenage entry and then expanded on it but it didn't engage me like her story books and I found it hard to keep going at times.


    3. I read this book because I'm a big fan of Jacqueline Wilson writings; and decided to buy this since I would love to know her personal life more, what she was like when was a teenager. And this book turned out just okay for me. There are times that I just want to put it on shelf and continue reading like a week later, because the story was not more interesting than her usual children books. But if we consider this as a diary/journal not a story book yet it actually is, Jacq's life was pretty incr [...]


    4. This was a nice re-read of one of my favorite books back when I was younger, Jacqueline Wilson was my undisputed number one author when I was 8-13ish and even now I still find that her books are fun to re-read.This is her 2nd book that is about her own life growing up, the first being Jacky Daydream which follows her from birth to around age 11 I think.I love this, it's such a nice cosy read and it's nice reading about life as a young adult during the 1960's.I'm also still pining for a follow up [...]


    5. It was a wonderful book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Wilson painted a clear and vibrant picture of teenage life during the 1960s. The Diary entries from her childhood gave the book added depth and really engaged me as a reader. A great book for both adults and children alike. For a more detailed review please visit my blog on the link below. myreadinglifebookreviewss


    6. I learnt lots more about Jacqueline. It has her diary entries she wrote,boys,her family,holidays and even one of her stories she wrote at fourteen. I hope there's one about when she was an adult. It did have 'to be continued' at the end!



    7. Alright, if you like that sort of thing.As part of the reading challenge over the summer at my school, we are encouraged to read a book that takes us out of our comfort zones. I chose this one because I don't like chick lit and am not fond of Jacqueline Wilson's work, but am well aware that it's immensely popular with young girls (and some boys) and also the reasons why. In fact, I enjoyed reading this a lot more than Wilson's normal books, but think that might be because of a personal interest [...]



    8. I normally read an author’s work before jumping into an autobiography about them, but since I saw over 20 copies of Jacqueline Wilson’s books get checked out over a three day period in my new library, I figured that I’d appreciate a glimpse at the author’s life before reading a few of her books. So far, I’m enjoying the book- Only from her life when she was 14 though.I admit it, I slogged through this book. I think I might have found a little too much of my own childhood connections wi [...]


    9. I REMEMBER STAYING UP ALL NIGHT READING THIS. It was my first book that interest and fascinated me **EX CLAIMER SORRY it's not a review, especially by one sentence but seriously any teenager, youngsters out there willing or wanting to read this. JUST PLEASE do, It's amazing, so worth it and super adventurous. I loved her writing and she's the queen of children books also 'THE' best author ever. Duh ;')If you're not British then you'll still love it too, some places you won't know but seriously-y [...]


    10. 2.5Popadla jsem tuto knížku, protože jsem během prvního týdne nanowrimo potřebovala inspiraci vzpomněla jsem si, že v Mém tajném deníku mluvila Jacqueline Wilson i o psaní. Četla jsem ji už před spoustou a spoustou let a tehdy se mi líbila. Te'd už jsem ale o něco starší a hodnotím autorku úplně jinak. O tom snad ale v njaké příští recenzi.Jak už jsem řekla, četla jsem tuto knížku kvůli autorčiným radám, které jsem očekávala ale nedostala. To není důvod [...]


    11. I read this book way back when I was 10-11 years old from my school library and I remember absoloutly loving it and reading it over and over. Since then I forgot the name and the cover design but I never forgot the story. Then this Christmas my boyfriend got it me and I was so happy and I feel like I've just read my childhood ! :)


    12. I much prefer this book to any of Jacqueline Wilson's other books. I don't know whether au liked this book so much because I'm a fan of Anne Frank or I just liked being able to see what one of my past favourite authors was actually like. I love how she added comments looking back on how she used to think. It lasted me quite a long time and it's a very interesting book, so I would read it! :]


    13. I thought that it was interesting at the time. I read this when I was younger and I don't really remember much out of it but I remember being in love with it when I younger. I remember something about going dancing and things like that. Not a lot though. It isn't a book that will stay with me I do not think.


    14. This is very interestingly written, she linked her diary as a teenager and wrote about it in more detail or what she thinks about it now in this book! I thoroughly enjoyed it, it was quite easy to read and it was a page turner!


    15. Moje první knížka od Jacqueline.Všichni o ní doslova ''básní''.Tak jsem si chtěla něco od ní přečíst.Tak jsem zkusila její tajný deník z jejího života.Knížka se mi líbila,ale né,že bych z ní zas byla na větvi.Byl to takový průměr.


    16. This book was way better than her childhood one called Jacky Daydream, that's why I rated it 4 stars. I loved the romance parts and her boyfriend was considerably hot for boys back in those days. You guys should read it!!!


    17. I thought that this book was very interesting because it's about Jacqueline Wilson herself and how her life was. Though it wasn't the best diary ever but it was interesting to see how she lived, learned and had fun!!:P













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