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Tracy Beaker has a wild imagination, in a carefully thought out series you just have to watch!!
The Story Of Tracy Beaker portrays the character of Tracy Beaker, a feisty girl with plenty of imagination. This is true in the story and the TV series. this TV series shows us what life is like for care home kids. It's very realistic, because it shows arguing kids, and sometimes upsetting family problems. Tracy has a wild imagination, and if you've read the book, you'll know that her mum dropped her off at the dumping ground to be a 'famous movie star' or so she said. However, there are many hilarious animations, and sometimes in the series we can see flashbacks to her mother leaving Tracy on her own. Very upsetting to watch, sometimes. However, the series began to change a lot with the arrival of Tracy's best friends Jackie and Liam (Crash) and Jackie's Grandpa unfortunately sadly passed away in the show. There is also Elaine the Pain, and she is a care worker with no dress sense, no patience, and no clue whatsoever. With enemies like Tracy and Justine, the arrival of Marco and Millie, (is she really evil?) The fifth series is just as good as the first. To my knowledge, this series is coming to an end. I don't think a sixth series is needed, and watch the brilliant finale, and you'll understand why. (No spoilers there!!) I think it was, and still is, a great series, and it's one I always love to watch. Especially the animations, they are classic!! And there is always a morale. Whatever you do, don't miss it, with characters such as Gary and Cam, you'll have plenty of fun. The show cleverly winds in with 'The Dare Game' book too, relating to flashbacks of her mother leaving her. The Story Of Tracy Beaker is hilarious, and sometimes touching. I highly recommend watching it!!
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