Cool teacher, Mr Speed, sets up a super-cool Worry Website for his class. The children are invited to type in a worry and wait for good advice, which often comes from unlikely sources. Holly is worried about the prospect of Miss Morgan, the reception teacher, becoming her stepmother. Greg is worried because he secretly fancies a girl in his class, who turns out to be Holly.
Claire's worry is about nightmares whilst low self-esteem is William's problem. He's not too bright and thinks he's useless at everything. Wheelchair bound Natasha would love to be able to take part in the school concert, but she can only communicate through her computerised voice machine. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem?
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From a new stepmum to coping with Maths, everyone has their own private concerns and it's sometimes difficult to discuss them - even when you need advice. So Mr Speed sets up the Worry Website on the classroom computer. Anybody in the class can anonymously enter their worry and anyone else can type in advi Lots of the kids in Mr Speed's class have something to worry about. Anybody in the class can anonymously enter their worry and anyone else can type in advice to help out.
A unique production for Jacqueline Wilson, coming from a story originally published in electronic form on the Internet, and also containing a brilliant story by a year-old fan, who entered a competition to write a companion story to Jacqueline's. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published June 5th by Yearling first published August 27th More Details Original Title. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Worry Website , please sign up. Just wondering what age is this book targeted at?
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I craved to read a Jacqueline Wilson book, and this was so short I finished it in one sitting. I wish my primary school classes had been this kind! View 1 comment.
Apr 18, Sophie Crane rated it it was amazing. Jacqueline Wilson has not yet failed to impress me.
This book is great, as it deals with many common issues in a child's life regarding family, crushes, disabilities and the general feeling that you can't do anything right. It is full of useful solutions which you can apply to real life too. This book is gripping and will keep you entertained.
Though it may be short, you'll be able to read it over and over without getting bored. There's some humour, some sadness, whilst still keeping reality in t Jacqueline Wilson has not yet failed to impress me.
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There's some humour, some sadness, whilst still keeping reality in the pages. Wilson has once again addressed us children in a way we can all understand, and I'm sure after reading this, you'll wish there was a Worry Website for you! On the whole, another thrilling Jacqueline Wilson tale for you to enjoy.
Hope my review helped. This book so far is fantastic! I think its based on a good story line and one of my friends recommended it to me so i am going to reed the book. Also it is a very easy story line to follow. View 2 comments.
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Mar 05, Alice-Elizabeth marriedtobooks rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in Another JW re-read, which was a fun throwback! If I could list all of the books that inspired me to become a writer, The Worry Website is one that would be on the list. Set in a school, it follows a teacher called Mr Speed who one day, decides to create a website for his students to send in their worries anonymously. It doesn't go through every classmate in his class, but the stories were varied.
I liked Natasha's story at the end the most. It follows lots of worries including a new stepmother, h Another JW re-read, which was a fun throwback! It follows lots of worries including a new stepmother, having bad dreams, falling in love. The Worry Website, a replacement of boring old Circle Time according to Holly is a website that is created by Mr Speed and you can only access it by Mr Speed's classroom computer. The synopsis of each character is shown below. Holly lives with her cute younger sister Hannah and her father. She thinks Hannah's Reception class teacher, Miss Morgan, is going to be her stepmother, as she has started dating her father.
Holly wishes that her stepmother will be wicked. Holly likes Miss Morgan, but when she finds out that her father is dating with her, decides to loathe her. When they are dating, Holly spends more time with Miss Morgan, but never gives the teacher a chance to get on with her. Holly becomes foes with Miss Morgan, and then when they are going shopping together, Miss Morgan says she is getting sick of Holly behaving horrible to her. Then they both become friends.
Greg is a boy who generally hates girls. He has dinky little Sarah- Jane for a sister, she gets away with things because she's sneaky and younger. However, there is one person Greg would simply love to be his girlfriend and that person is Holly. He sits right behind her and when he put his feet on her chair, she tied them up. The next day, he came with boots, and with one swift karate chop, Holly hurts his poor'tootsies'. On the final day, as he has nothing to wear, he comes in his bedroom slippers into school.
They are all wet and he has to dry them by the radiator.
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