Today’s review comes from Jennifer, an elementary school librarian and first time Fiction Picture Book judge, who blogs at Reederama. She reviewed Jacquline Woodson’s National Book Award shortlist-making book Brown Girl Dreaming. She writes:
This is a story that is at once universal and unique. For this reader, born in the same year as Jacqueline Woodson and raised in the inner city, this is a story that I recognize. This has surely altered my reading, but even without these connections, I would love it as I do and so will my students.
Read the rest of the review here.