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Starring Tracy Beaker
This book is about a little girl called Tracy Beaker who was dumped at a orphanage called the Dumping Ground by her actress mum and is auditioning for the main role in her school Christmas play "Scrooge" and is inviting her mum to play no matter if she gets it or not so the quesition is will her mum watch her in the school play and will she get the main part?
Tracy Beaker is a 10 year old girl who lives in a children's home which she girls "The Dumping Ground". Here she spends endless hours waiting for her "superstar" mother but her arrival is un-heard of. Because it's nearing Christmas, Tracy's school is putting on a play called A Christmas Carol and when she scores the lead role of Ebenezer Scrooge the first thing Tracy does is invite her mum. She goes on a massive shopping spree and buys her mum heaps of stuff in hope she'll return from "Hollywood". In the end Tracy realises that Cam, her carer, is the one she can rely on. The book is great for ages 7 and up, as it has a message for all ages, but the language is hard yet easy enough for young ones to read. It is hilarious and heartbreaking I would definitley reccomend it to anyone who needs a good book to read.
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I have always loved reading Jacqueline Wilson and this book is one of my favourites. I love Tracy's personality and sometimes I feel sorry that she can't be with her mum. I have read this book more than once because i enjoyed it so much.
It's an enjoyable book if you're under 10 years old. You'll find this too easy to read and a bit dull if you're over the age of 10.
Starring Tracy Beaker is a brilliant, hilarious novel by one of my favourite authors, Jaqueline Wilson! This story perfectly captures the emotions of Tracy Beaker, who hopes that one day her mother will come and save her from the Home (The Dump, according to Tracy) that she lives in. The book made me laugh at Tracy's wild antics and made me truly feel like I was in the story with her. The language used was appropriate for the age group that this book is directed at (8+), and I had a great time reading this novel! Nick Sharratt also does a great job of the illustrations supposedly done by Tracy Beaker herself! I recommend this novel for children aged 8+ that are in for a laugh!