Sara always gets lumbered with looking after her little brother Bernard. And summer project at the local school is no different. There’s so much to do – football, judo, trampolining, model car making, computer games and drama. But all Bernard wants to do is clothes design.
Soon all the kids, led by Big Dan, are calling Bernard ‘Bernadette’ and shoving him around. Sara wants to help but she doesn’t want to make it worse. But ‘Bernadette’ is a little boy with big ideas. And he has a plan up his very nicely designed sleeve… About the Author.
Jacqueline Wilson started work at a publishers and then went on to work as a journalist for D.C. Thomson in Scotland where she helped found JACKIE magazine. Jacqueline’s books include THE STORY OF TRACY BEAKER, THE SUITCASE KID, DOUBLE ACT, BAD GIRLS, THE DARE GAME, VICKY ANGEL, THE ILLUSTRATED MUM, DUSTBIN BABY, SECRETS, THE WORRY WEBSITE, LOLA ROSE, MIDNIGHT, BEST FRIENDS, THE DIAMOND GIRLS and CLEAN BREAK. Jacqueline has won several awards, including the Smarties Prize, The Sheffield Children’s Book Award and the Children’s Book Award. She has been shortlisted for the Whitbread Children’s Book Prize, the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize and was Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal. In 2002, she was awarded an OBE for services to literacy. In 2004 it was announced by PLR that Jacqueline is now the most borrowed author from public libraries in the UK, toppling Catherine Cookson off the top spot after 17 years.