Carmen Howle, List of the Story of Tracy Beaker Episodes, List of Tracy Beaker Returns Episodes, Starring Tracy Beaker, Tee
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Carmen Howle, List of The Story of Tracy Beaker episodes, List of Tracy Beaker Returns episodes, Starring Tracy Beaker, Tee Taylor (Tracy Beaker Returns), The Dare Game, The Dumping Ground, The Story of Tracy Beaker (TV series), Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me, Tracy Beaker Survival Files. Excerpt: The following is a list of The Story of Tracy Beaker episodes. The programme ran from 2001 until 2006 with a total of 120 episodes. It stopped in 2006 because Dani Harmer felt "she wasn't as feisty" anymore. Tracy Beaker Returns is a United Kingdom children's television series, broadcast on the CBBC Channel and simultaneously aired on BBC HD. Based on the novels by Jacqueline Wilson, the series focuses on older Tracy Beaker, who returns to a Dumping Ground as a care worker. The first series premiered on 8 January 2010 and ended on 26 March 2010, consisting of 13 episodes. Series two premiered on 7 January 2011 and ended on 25 March 2011, also consisting of 13 episodes. Series three premiered on 6 January 2012 and ended on 23 March 2012, again consisting of 13 episodes. A spin-off series has been commissioned by the CBBC, titled The Dumping Ground, which will be broadcast in 2013. Tracy Beaker Returns was a BAFTA-winning British children's television series, which premiered on 8 January 2010 on CBBC and BBC HD. Based upon the novels by Jacqueline Wilson, it is the spin-off series to The Story of Tracy Beaker. The series stars Dani Harmer as protagonist Tracy Beaker. The final third series ended on 23 March 2012. The show will be replaced with The Dumping Ground which will air from January 2013. When Tracy is arrested for using Cam's credit card to publish her autobiography, Tracy seeks refuge at the Dumping Ground, a care home where she used to live as a child. She meets the children who are intrigued by her and her story....
'I'm Tracy Beaker. This is a book all about me. I'd read it if I were you. It's the most incredible dynamic heart-rending story. Honest.' Tracy is ten years old. She lives in a Children's Home but would like a real home one day, with a real family. Meet Tracy, follow her story and share her hopes for the future in this beautifully observed, touching and often very funny tale, all told in Tracy's own words.
Activities and Teachers' Notes Based on the Novel by Jacqueline Wilson
The Story of Tracy Beaker is Jacqueline Wilson's award-winning tale of Tracy's life in a children's home and her dreams of being adopted. This literacy resource pack is designed to help teachers make the most of children's enthusiasm to read about Tracy and her friends by providing a range of ideas and photocopiable worksheets for use in the classroom.
I'M TRACY BEAKER, THE GREAT INVENTOR OF EXTREMELY OUTRAGEOUS DARES - AND I DARE YOU TO READ A MORE BRILLIANT STORY THAN THIS! I've bought a big fat purple notebook for writing down all my mega-manic ultra-scary stories in. But especially for my own story. Of how my foster-mum, Cam, has turned out to be a real meanie. No designer clothes, when I really need them. A pokey flat, and a horrible new school. No wonder I bunk off . . . Still, it will have to do until my real mum comes and gets me. And until then, no-one is going to be better at the Dare Game than Tracy Beaker!
Shortlisted in the UK Author Category in the National Book Awards 2018! _____ Jacqueline Wilson's bestselling, ultra famous and TOTALLY BRILLIANT Tracy Beaker is BACK!! Tracy has returned, hand in hand with her daughter Jess, she’s ready to make her childhood dreams come true. Jess and Tracy Beaker are the perfect team. They do everything together. Jess thinks Tracy is the best mum ever, even when she shouts at her teachers! Tracy has made the perfect home for Jess, leaving The Dumping Ground far behind her. Yes, their flat’s a bit mouldy. It’s only just big enough for two. And the Duke Estate is a bit scary. But it’s their happy home. Until Sean Godfrey, Tracy’s rich boyfriend, whisks them away to his mansion, life of fast cars and celebrity stardom. Will Jess’s brilliant mum turn into a new person altogether? And will Tracy realise that her childhood dream might not be what she needs after all? Jacqueline Wilson is one of the most loved authors for a reason. Her characters never needed a cape, or a special power to be a hero to generations of children; just huge imaginations, a bit of fierceness and a big heart. And there is no hero fiercer or more iconic than Tracy. My Mum Tracy Beaker is a fantastic new story, reuniting readers with a much-loved old friend (and some old enemies. . .) Just like old times, it’s packed full of illustrations from Nick Sharratt. _____ Praise for Tracy Beaker: ‘Wilson can still step effortlessly into the mind of a nine year old, and her chatty prose will sweep you along’ – The Daily Telegraph ‘This warm-hearted story about the importance of family and friends is classic Jacqueline Wilson’ – First News ‘[A] cosy woolly jumper of a book about wish fulfilment and its alternatives’ – The Observer
The story of Tracy Beaker: Ten-year-old Tracy, who lives in a children's home because her mother was forced to give her up, dreams of getting a good foster family where she can be happy until her mother comes back for her. Starring Tracy Beaker: Tracy is desperate for a role in her school play, A Christmas Carol, and she is cast in the main role. The dare game: Tracy Beaker has started a new school and thought she was going to live happily ever after with her foster care mom, Cam. But things don't quite work out the way Tracy planned.
It's Valentine's Day in the Dumping Ground and Tracy Beaker is very scornful of all the fuss made about cards and presents... until she gets one herself! Weedy Peter has decided he wants Tracy to be his Valentine and he's given her his beloved nan's treasured gold locket. Tracy is over the moon - it must be worth a fortune! What could she sell it for... or swap it for...? Follow Tracy in this special Comic Relief adventure as she heads for fame and fortune. Will she swap Peter's locket live on TV? And is it possible that Tracy herself might lose her heart...?
Release on 2017-05-16 | by Mary Morris,Jacqueline Wilson,Grant Olding
Author: Mary Morris,Jacqueline Wilson,Grant Olding
The most popular teenager in Britain comes to the stage! Tracy Beaker Gets Real has been adapted by Mary Morris with music by Grant Olding from one of the most successful children's books ever, Jacqueline Wilson's The Story of Tracy Beaker. We join Tracy, aged 15, as she returns to the "Dumping Ground" and looks back on the last four years of her life, from being fostered - and dumped - and fostered again, to finding a happy, if not altogether harmonious home with writer Cam. When Tracy's mum unexpectedly reappears in her life, Tracy hopes that her days of being passed around like a parcel are over, but she soon comes to realise that the people she has always tried to push away are the ones she really needs the most. Touching and very funny, this play brings Tracy Beaker's trademark talent for troublemaking, fun and friendship to any production.
Jess Beaker is having an amazing summer at her new seaside home! Jess and her mum Tracy have left the Duke Estate behind them, and have moved to Cooksea. They have new friends, their dog Alfie, and they’re running an antiques shop called... The Dumping Ground! But as lovely as it is to live by the sea, trouble still seems to be following the Beaker Girls. Horrible Sean is back on the scene, a local kid is picking on Jess, and their beloved Cam isn’t just round the corner anymore. Can the Beaker Girls make a success of their new life? Tracy won’t go rushing back to that awful boyfriend ... will she? The totally hilarious and mega-brilliant Jess and Tracy Beaker return in this fantastic story of unconventional families, and unconditional love. Praise for Tracy Beaker: ‘Wilson can still step effortlessly into the mind of a nine year old, and her chatty prose will sweep you along’ – The Daily Telegraph ‘This warm-hearted story about the importance of family and friends is classic Jacqueline Wilson’ – First News ‘[A] cosy woolly jumper of a book about wish fulfilment and its alternatives’ – The Observer
Previously published as bestselling book The Dare Game. I'M TRACY BEAKER, THE GREAT INVENTOR OF EXTREMELY OUTRAGEOUS DARES - AND I DARE YOU TO READ A MORE BRILLIANT STORY THAN THIS! I've bought a big fat purple notebook for writing down all my mega-manic ultra-scary stories in. But especially for my own story. Of how my foster-mum, Cam, has turned out to be a real meanie. No designer clothes, when I really need them. A pokey flat, and a horrible new school. No wonder I bunk off . . . Still, it will have to do until my real mum comes and gets me. And until then, no-one is going to be better at the Dare Game than Tracy Beaker!