From the Hardcover edition.
The Story of Tracy Beakerby Nick Sharratt
TRACY BEAKER'S NOT exactly sure what her mother does, because Tracy has been in foster care for as long as she can remember. Maybe one day Tracy’s mother will show up and reclaim her long-lost daughter, but in the meantime, Tracy’s doing everything she can to take care of herself—even though she has to share her birthday cake. Then a journalist shows up to write a story about their orphanage, and she and Tracy strike up a special friendship.
Kathy Egner, Ph.D.
- Random House Children's Books
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- 5.25(w) x 7.67(h) x 0.38(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
Meet the Author
Jacqueline Wilson has written over 70 books for young readers of all ages. In England, she has won the Children’s Book of the Year Award for Double Act, The Suitcase Kid, and Girls in Tears.
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this book is funny and sad i like tracy because she's cool. jaclin wilson is my FAVOURITE this is the first book i read by her
I would rate it that because it just ended. It didn¿t really have such a good ending. All the Jacqueline Wilson books I¿ve read did the same thing. It just ended. Otherwise it was a really good book. The book makes you never want to stop reading. It is really exciting and fun to read. I really like The Story Of Tracy Beaker. My favorite (or FAVOURITE) character is Tracy. Tracy is my favorite character because she reminds me of my friend Louisa. She reminds me of my friend Louisa because they both can be really stubborn sometimes and they are both really fun. I mean I don¿t know Tracy is fun because I haven¿t met her but she seems fun. I would recommend it to all the girls in our class. I don¿t think the boys would like it so much.