Cookie by Jacqueline Wilson

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Cookie is plain and shy, not the confident, popular girl her father wanted when he named her Beauty Cookson. Her mother helps her cook up a clever scheme to change her image--but, as usual, Dad doesn't approve, and this time his anger reaches frightening new heights. Will Cookie find the strength to stand up for herself? Honest and emotionally resonant, COOKIE faces tough issues with the unflinching directness and unflagging tenderness that make Jacqueline Wilson one of today's most admired-and popular-authors for young people.

About Jacqueline Wilson

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Jacqueline Wilson is a bestselling author in Britain. She has written several award-winning books for children, including The Suitcase Kid, Double Act, and The Lottie Project.From the Hardcover edition.
Published May 6, 2014 by Roaring Brook Press. 337 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Willie is a seven-year-old African-American girl with a big problem as she heads into summer vacation: she spent $20 of her Girl Scout cookie sales money and now it’s time to turn in the cash.

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Beauty Cookson’s father, Gerry, a scheming, status-conscious real-estate developer, is unpredictable and controlling at home.

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Distraught over the missing money, Willie confides in her sometimes supportive, sometimes bossy older sister, Tina.

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