Jacqueline Woodson

writer of books for children and adolescents

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American writer of books for children and adolescents

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The battle to build Washington DC's African American museum

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Another Brooklyn, award-winning Young Adult novelist Jacqueline Woodson's first novel for adults in twenty years, tells the story of childhood friends as they grow into women.

Jacqueline Woodson: Another Brooklyn

Another Brooklyn, award-winning Young Adult novelist Jacqueline Woodson's first novel for adults in twenty years, tells the story of childhood friends as they grow into women.

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National Museum of African American History & Culture opens in DC

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