BRITAIN'S most borrowed author, Jacqueline Wilson, is coming to Huddersfield.
She will be at Salendine Nook High School on Thursday, March 10.
Children's author Jacqueline will talk about her many books - in particular her new title, Clean Break - as the special guest at an event organised by the Kirklees and Calderdale Children's Book Group, Kirklees Libraries and the Children's Bookshop in Lindley.
Jacqueline, the creator of Tracy Beaker - now the main character in a successful BBC television series - has sold more than 15m books in this country alone.
She has won a number of awards and was awarded the OBE in 2002 for services to literacy in schools.
A recent Mori poll voted Jacqueline the favourite author among English children.
She has also just been announced as the author whose books are most borrowed in libraries, an honour she won for the first time last year.
She toppled Catherine Cookson, who had held the title for 17 years.
Jacqueline's books were borrowed more than 2m times between July, 2003, and June last year.
Jacqueline, who will be signing copies of her new book, always wanted to be a writer and wrote her first novel when she was nine.
At 17, she went to work on the teenage magazine Jackie and has been writing full time all her adult life.