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Jacqueline Woodson
Jacqueline Woodson's awards include 3 Newbery Honors, a Coretta Scott King Award and 3 Coretta Scott King Honors, 2 National Book Awards, a Margaret A. Edwards Award and an ALAN Award -- both for Lifetime Achievement in YA Literature. She is the author of more than 2 dozen books for children... show more



Jacqueline Woodson's awards include 3 Newbery Honors, a Coretta Scott King Award and 3 Coretta Scott King Honors, 2 National Book Awards, a Margaret A. Edwards Award and an ALAN Award -- both for Lifetime Achievement in YA Literature. She is the author of more than 2 dozen books for children and young adults and lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York

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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 2 months ago
I listened to the audio of this book and I thought it was really good. The only issue I had was some of the voices on the audio. It sounded like some of the voices were dubbed in, for they were louder than any of the other voices on the CD’s and it was annoying. I enjoyed how the students discussed ...
lauradewana
lauradewana rated it 9 months ago
The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson is about a young black named Clover who wonders about why her mom won't let her go on the other side of the fence where a white family resides. A girl named Annie lives on the other side of the fence. After not very long, Clover begins to be curious about Annie. ...
lauradewana
lauradewana rated it 9 months ago
Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson is about a girl named Chloe who chooses not to get along with the new girl in class because of the clothes she wears. Every time the new girl tries to talk to Chloe she ignores her. One day when the new girl does not show up to school Chloe's teacher gives a lesso...
Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it 10 months ago
Miah, a black boy, starting a new school runs into Ellie, a Jewish white girl. They feel connected and start a relationship. They keep their relationship a secret because they know their parents will not understand because of their different color. Their future seems bright and hopeful until one da...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it 1 year ago
1994 was a huge year for me. I was fifteen and, looking back, I feel like that was the year I broke free from my cocoon of childhood. Music played a large part. I had two older brothers. We watched a lot of MTV. I distinctly remember the moments that stirred my emotions on several occasions that yea...
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