Author Jacqueline Wilson returned to her old school to speak to children about her work. She is pictured in the library with a copy of her new book, Jacky Daydream.
This is Mr Branson, the teacher who gave the author her nickname - Jacky Daydream.
The Newsround film crew get a shot outside the front of Jacqueline's old school - Latchmere Junior School.
Children hold a question and answer session in the playground.
Bethany, 11, said: "I enjoyed learning about Jacqueline because I didn't know much about her."
The school library is full of Jacqueline Wilson books and pictures.
Gaurav, 11, said it was a special day. "I think that it was an honour to meet Jacqueline Wilson," he said.
Jacqueline shows the children some pictures of when she was at the school.
"I've really enjoyed meeting Jacqueline because she inspired me to write and read books," said Alexandra, 11.
The author signed lots of books for her fans.
Danielle, 10, was really pleased. "I was excited to meet my favourite author."
Back to another old black and white picture - this one shows Miss Audric, on the seat, who features in chapter 25 of Jacky Daydream.
Holly, 11, says her fave Jacqueline Wilson character is Tracy Beaker. "She's a great character, she's really cool."
Lydia, 10, said it was fun meeting Jacqueline Wilson for the first time. "I enjoyed being filmed with her," she added.