This book is like an autobiography; it is about Jacqueline Wilson’s childhood. If you have read most of Jacqueline Wilson’s book and like me you are a Wilson fan, then this is the book for you. If you have not read a lot of her books then you will not be able to do the picture puzzles at the end of the book. A lot of elements in Jacqueline Wilson’s books are from her past because like Dolphin from her book illustrated mum, she bought toys from Hamleys and she played with paper dolls like April from Dustbin Baby. She also sat an entrance exam for a girls’ high school like Ruby from Double Act. But most of all Jacky loved reading and writing stories. She was also a big daydreamer and spent a lot of time with her head in the clouds. She wrote her first novel at the age of nine so it was clear she had a vivid imagination. One day I wish to be like Jacqueline Wilson: a Children’s Laureate, a Guardian Children’s Fiction Award Winner, a Smarties Prize Winner and a winner of many other awards too. This women is truly an amazing author!