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'