By Jacqueline Wilson, Nick Sharratt
Author note: Nick Sharratt (Illustrator)
It's Valentine's Day within the Dumping flooring and Tracy Beaker is particularly scornful of all of the fuss made approximately playing cards and presents... until eventually she will get one herself!
Weedy Peter has made up our minds he desires Tracy to be his Valentine and he's given her his liked nan's precious gold locket.
• Tracy is over the moon - it has to be worthy a fortune!
• What may possibly she promote it for... or change it for...?
• keep on with Tracy during this exact comedian aid experience as she heads for status and fortune.
• Will she switch Peter's locket continue to exist television? And is it attainable that Tracy herself may well lose her heart...?
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