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Wacky Jacky: The True Story of An Unlikely Beauty Queen is a children's picture book, published in 2010, and written by actress and pageant winner Jaclyn Stapp.

Everyone loves Jacky, the courageous, fun and determined little girl whose personality is the only thing bigger than her crazy hair! The kids at school call her Wacky Jacky, and with her loony lunches and knobbly knees, it's easy to see why! One day, Wacky Jacky attempts the impossible, signing up for the town's Little Miss Sunburst beauty pageant. The book follows Wacky Jacky in her adventures on the school yard, at the children's hospital and on stage where she shows the toughest school bully that you don't need a crown to sparkle.

Reader's Reviews


Jaclyn Stapp truly creates an inspiring message for children in her first book, Wacky Jacky. This books is a great tool for parents and teachers to teach lessons in self-esteem and positve attitude, and illustrate social issues like bullying. This playful and endearing story will inspire young girls to rise above these everyday situations.


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Parental Guidance

  • Reading Age: 6+
  • Reading Aloud Age: 3+

This book is full of rich illustrations in every page. It is appropriate for young ages and teaches children the importance of self-confidence.

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