Jacqueline WilsonDame Jacqueline Wilson (née Aitken; born 17 December 1945) is an English novelist known for her popular children's literature. As her children's novels frequently feature themes of adoption, divorce and mental illness, they tend to attract controversy, yet are well loved by children and adults alike. Four of her books appear in the BBC's The Big Read poll of the 100 most popular books in the UK, and for her lifetime contribution as a children's writer, Wilson was a UK nominee for the international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2014. In 2010, it was revealed that Wilson is the most borrowed author in libraries across the UK.
Wilson is the author of many book series. Her ''Tracy Beaker'' series, inaugurated in 1991 with ''The Story of Tracy Beaker'', includes three sequels and has been adapted into four CBBC television series: ''''The Story of Tracy Beaker'', ''Tracy Beaker Returns'', ''The Dumping Ground'', and ''The Tracy Beaker Survival Files''. Since her debut novel in 1969, Wilson has written over 100 books. Provided by Wikipedia
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