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Jacqueline Woodson

3.9 of 5 Votes: 1
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Books by Jacqueline Woodson
Brown Girl Dreaming (2014)
3.59 of 5 Votes: 11
review 1: This was an amazing read! I love how she divided the different poems into periods of her life. It was a quick read, but I had to go back and reread quite a few pages that I had tabbed with post-it notes. There are so many things that I would share with a class full of kids who ar...
Beneath a Meth Moon (2012)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: YA book about a teenage who moves to a new state after losing her mom and grandmother to Hurricane Katrina and ends up becoming addicted to meth. This book was alright but it was very short. The story was very general and did not give much insight in to the main characters addi...
This Is the Rope: A Story From the Great Migration (2013)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: This Is The Rope is a fictional story. It is a story of the great migration. The great migration was when African Americans in the South moved up North for better opportunities such as jobs and education. The rope in the book symbolizes hope moving to a different place. The rope ...
Each Kindness (2012)
4.34 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Genre: Realistic fictionAge: 8+ years oldSummary: "Each Kindness" is about a girl, Maya, who is starting at a new school. On her first day she wears a large jacket so her ripped and ragged clothing is covered as much as possible. All Maya wants is to fit in with the rest of the ...
Pecan Pie Baby (2010)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Pecan Pie Baby, by Jacqueline Woodson, was a great book to have read and I highly recommend it to any family that is receiving an addition. I thought it was a great story line that the author had in the book. I found it clever that every time the mother had a craving she turned i...
Peace, Locomotion (2009)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I thought that the book Peace, Locomotion was a fascinating read. If I was to rate this novel, I would give it eight and a half out of ten. At times this book got very emotional when Lonnie would always look back at his childhood and how happy his whole family was. There were ti...
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