Jacqueline Woodson

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Jacqueline Woodson

2014 National Book Award - "Brown Girl Dreaming""Miracle's Boys" (2001 Coretta Scott King Award) NewBerry Honors:"After Tupac and D Foster""Feathers""Show Way"

Born in 1963, Jaqueline Woodson grew up in Greenville, S.C. A prolific young adult literature writer, she has penned 30 books. Unafraid to tackle controversial issues, her work covers a range of themes including racism, classism, gay/lesbian identity, teen pregnacy, death, adoption, and drug use. Woodson currently lives in New York with her partner and two children, Toshi Georgianna and Jackson-Leroi.

JacquelineWoodson

Coretta Scott King Award"Miracle's Boys" (2001)2014 National Book Award "Brown Girl Dreaming"Three-time Newberry Honors Award RecipientYoung People's Poet Laureate (2015)

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