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Red at the Bone
Red at the Bone | Jacqueline Woodson
An extraordinary new novel about the influence of history on a contemporary family, from the New York Times-bestselling and National Book Award-winning author of Another Brooklyn and Brown Girl Dreaming. Two families from different social classes are joined together by an unexpected pregnancy and the child that it produces. Moving forward and backward in time, with the power of poetry and the emotional richness of a narrative ten times its length, Jacqueline Woodson's extraordinary new novel uncovers the role that history and community have played in the experiences, decisions, and relationships of these families, and in the life of this child. As the book opens in 2001, it is the evening of sixteen-year-old Melody's coming of age ceremony in her grandparents' Brooklyn brownstone. Watched lovingly by her relatives and friends, making her entrance to the soundtrack of Prince, she wears a special custom-made dress. But the event is not without poignancy. Sixteen years earlier, that very dress was measured and sewn for a different wearer: Melody's mother, for her own ceremony-- a celebration that ultimately never took place. Unfurling the history of Melody's parents and grandparents to show how they all arrived at this moment, Woodson considers not just their ambitions and successes but also the costs, the tolls they've paid for striving to overcome expectations and escape the pull of history. As it explores sexual desire and identity, ambition, gentrification, education, class and status, and the life-altering facts of parenthood, Red at the Bone most strikingly looks at the ways in which young people must so often make long-lasting decisions about their lives--even before they have begun to figure out who they are and what they want to be.
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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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I liked the characters and the different perspectives through the book. It's a short book, but has a lot of story in it!

Chelsea.Poole I loved this one!! 2w
WorldsOkayestStepMom @Chelsea.Poole it was so good! 2w
Amandajoy I love your handle! I also fall into that category 😊 2w
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Angitron
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Wow! I‘m late to the party, but this book had been on my TBR for awhile, and I‘m so glad I finally got around to reading it. The book moves deftly back and forth through time to tell a multi-generational tale about one family. It is absolutely stunning and I was left in awe by how much she was able to accomplish in such a small book. Highly recommended.

BarbaraBB I loved this one too. 5mo
Angitron @BarbaraBB The way that she brought everything full circle blew my mind! 5mo
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HPBookBug
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Favourite book Read in July! A quick read. Excellent audiobook production...

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Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick
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The book opens at a coming-out ceremony for 16 year old Melody. Have you ever met a character and wondered how she came to be? Me neither! But we get to find out here. 🤣
I listened to this on audio, & despite having a full cast of narrators, it was still a little difficult to keep track of the POV & time hopping happening here. Woodson tells an interesting story of how teen pregnancy affects this family but some parts left me wanting more. ⬇️

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
Prairiegirl_reading I think when the major complaint is that it‘s too short that‘s pretty good. 😄 it was my only complaint on this one. 8mo
Cinfhen It‘s funny, I read this book awhile back and LOVED it but when I recently reread but this time on audio, I too found the story lost some of its magic for all the reasons you mentioned above. I thought a multiple cast narration would be helpful but even then it was difficult to follow the story ( and I had already read the book)!! I would like a follow up to Melody‘s story☺️ 8mo
4thhouseontheleft I also had a hard time keeping track of the POV on audio. I think it‘s one of those best read in print. 8mo
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Cinfhen
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I realize now, how little of this book I remembered. It‘s still excellent, even on the re-read, I just wish it was a bit longer, maybe went a bit deeper. I‘d LOVE LOVE LOVE a sequel. There‘s still SO much of a story left to tell. #AAM Thanks @Soubhiville if it wasn‘t for your challenge, I never would have picked this up again.

Cinfhen I might use this for #Booked2021 #SomethingAbout911 8mo
BarbaraBB I hope you‘re not sorry you sent me your copy 😉. I loved it too!! 8mo
Cinfhen No, not at all!!! Im so happy it‘s on your beautiful shelves @BarbaraBB 8mo
Megabooks I didn‘t even think about it for that booked prompt, but it‘s a great idea! 8mo
Cinfhen Ha! I feel like there are probably better choices @Megabooks but just in case it‘s a good backup 💕🤓 8mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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It‘s a pick, because it‘s Jacqueline Woodson, and her writing is beautiful. The narrators do an incredible job. I did, however have a difficult time following the POV on audio, and the chronological jumps. Despite the slim size of this novel, I grew to love all the characters quickly.

Cinfhen I just reviewed this today too!! I think it was better in print, as I listened to audio this time as a re-read. 8mo
Cinfhen Do you think I could use this as #RelatedTo911 ??? 8mo
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4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen I think you could! 8mo
4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen I might go back and reread it in print. 8mo
Cinfhen Ahhh, I didn‘t realize Woodson is one of the narrators. She‘s such a gifted writer/ storyteller. I hope she writes a sequel to this book. 8mo
Cinfhen 👍🏻#Booked2021 8mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I read this in print and LOVED. 8mo
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DivineDiana
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Multiple narrators enhanced the story of 3 generations of a family in Brooklyn, NY. Ultimately, it was a story of motherhood and its many faces. Iris, the main character, chooses to escape to Oberlin,far away from Brooklyn. Much to ponder. Beautiful writing for most of the book. Although at times, I felt disappointed, there is no doubt that Jacqueline Woodson is a star. #authoramonth #jacquelinewoodson @Soubhiville

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Melismatic
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This. Was. Fabulous. Emotional & tender, nuanced and complex - but also so real. I can‘t wait to read more from this author.
#AuthorAMonth @Soubhiville

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Skygoddess1
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I really enjoyed this book and it‘s story about a family and how they have been shaped based on the people and places around them. I found that I enjoyed Iris‘s parts the most in part because I found her to be the most intriguing with her flaws, and the myriad of decisions she made throughout the story and the ramifications they had on her and her family. #AuthorAMonth #BookspinBingo

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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I loved the multi-generational story telling, how everyone thinks their life is the most complicated, but each is complicated in its own unique way, but still similarities pop up in the most unusual ways. So much great history woven into this family‘s story.

Never think you really know someone else‘s story, because you don‘t really unless you‘ve lived in their shoes. ⤵️

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I really liked this one, but with a qualification. I started it on audiobook and just couldn‘t connect with it, so I switched to the ebook version and then I was sucked right in. (edited) 8mo
MallenNC This was one of my top books the year I read it. (Last year? Time is fuzzy for me!) 8mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @MallenNC Book-wise it gets very fuzzy for me, I read a lot and placing how many years ago I read something is sometimes difficult. 8mo
MallenNC @Riveted_Reader_Melissa It really does for me. I think that‘s common when you read a lot, especially if you read fast. 8mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @MallenNC It‘s weird, but the ones I can place specifically are usually ones I read during hard times. So the ones we‘ve read this last year, we‘ll probably associate with lockdown, and therefore 2020ish. 8mo
4thhouseontheleft I just finished this on audio, and had a hard time following when the POV changed. (But the narration was fantastic) 8mo
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vlwelser
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I really liked this. And it's full cast audio which always adds to the #audiobook experience. I'm really digging this author. Oddly enough, this was my first experience with her fiction.

#AuthorAMonth with @Soubhiville

#BookSpinBingo square 5
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DivineDiana I‘m listening to it now! 🎧 8mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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DivineDiana
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Starting new audiobook. Begins with discussion of motherhood. Perfect choice for today! #authoramonth @Soubhiville

BarbaraTheBibliophage I loved this one! 8mo
DivineDiana @BarbaraTheBibliophage Hello! So far, so good! 👍🏻 8mo
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staci.reads
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This is my 3rd book from this author. The writing is lovely, but the constant change in narrators and in the timeline became frustrating and felt random at times, especially toward the end. Because it is so short and the perspective is constantly shifting, I didn't feel I had enough of any character to really feel invested. I'm sure there was a purpose to her organization, but it didn't work for me. #AuthorAMonth @Soubhiville

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sprainedbrain
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Woodson is a master at saying a whole lot with few words. This is a powerful, absorbing story, and fantastic audiobook.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

#authoramonth

Megabooks Totally agree! 9mo
Currey I agree also. Loved this one. 9mo
BarbaraBB So good. 9mo
erzascarletbookgasm Very good read. 👍 9mo
vlwelser I just started this one. 😊 9mo
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Megabooks
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I feel flayed by this. Just absolutely gutted. Excuse me while I go cry over some fictional characters and remember why I mainly read nonfiction. Really fantastic book. #aam #authoramonth

And this is great as an #audiobook. Excellent use of a full cast.

Addison_Reads One of my favorite reads from last year, but so emotional. 9mo
BarbaraBB A favorite of mine too. So so good 9mo
mom2bugnbee This is next up for me for #Authoramonth! Yay! 9mo
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Megabooks @Addison_Reads it‘s been awhile since a book made me that emotional! 9mo
Megabooks @BarbaraBB yes, it‘s excellent. (edited) 9mo
Megabooks @mom2bugnbee I hope you enjoy it! 9mo
erzascarletbookgasm Really good read. This one is very good too, which I loved ❤️💔 9mo
Megabooks @erzascarletbookgasm thanks for the recommendation! I‘m looking forward to reading more by her. 💜 9mo
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Jadams1776
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What a powerful story of family, loss, and love. The audiobook was so good!

I‘m glad I have a lot more Jacqueline Woodson checked out for #AuthorAMonth!

This is my May #bookspin.

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 9mo
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Tomigirl44
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Beautifully and creatively written - honest, powerful and intense. I‘m not sure what age it‘s written for, but I appreciated it as an adult, reading it practically in a single day (less than 24 hours).

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Tomigirl44
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What I‘m reading today.

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BookChicken
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Bailedbailed

Didn‘t love it.

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readordierachel
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Woodson touches on many themes in this short novel. POVs shift, time jumps. Some parts were very moving, had me holding my breath. Others I wanted more from, more of. It was like flipping through an artist's sketchbook, admiring their incredible pencil sketches, longing to see them painted in full color.

Jas16 Great review. Very well put. I really liked this book but I know exactly what you mean. 11mo
Librariana Fantastic way of illustrating the appreciation for the "work" along with a desire to delve a little deeper... to learn more. A true compliment to the author's skill! Excellent review ? 11mo
BarbaraBB I looooved this one ❤️ 11mo
readordierachel @BarbaraBB It's great! 11mo
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GreenGrl87
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Day 9: There are just so many to choose from for books that transcend into a total experience, but I decided to go with Red at the Bone by Jacqueline Woodson because I love the way that she handled shifting between different characters‘ perspectives to the point where you really become immersed in their lives and ways of thinking even though they are all so very different. I also love the opening scene! #Blackliteracyisrevolutionary

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WhiskeyMistress
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Fantastic read. Lyrical, almost musical. In a relatively short amount of pages, these characters get wonderfully developed, to the point where I felt each and every one of their stories. Absolutely fantastic.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🌟 out of 5 stars.
Read date: 2/4/2021

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sjpolk
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Emilymdxn
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I really liked this - for a book that skipped about in time and covered such painful themes I was really surprised by how easy to read it was, and that I never felt lost among all the characters. It‘s rare for a book with such a wide cast of characters to all feel equally real and deep.

#newyearwhodis @alisonrose @monalyisha

ChaoticMissAdventures I absolutely love Woodson's writing. I bought all her adult books for my mom for her birthday and she also loved them. The way the writing is both simplicity and incredibly deep is a rare writing gift. 13mo
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Emilymdxn
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Starting the new year with my first #newyearwhodis book from @alisonrose ‘s list. I‘m trying to be kind to myself this year and read more slowly and mindfully rather than just racing through books I don‘t even expect to like so I have something to do while stuck at home! This is an excellent one so far and a great first pick of the year. @monalyisha

monalyisha That‘s a great goal! ✨🎉 13mo
BarbaraBB Such a good one! 13mo
Blaire I loved this one! 13mo
alisonrose Yay!! I absolutely loved this, she‘s definitely a fave author 13mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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Jacqueline Woodson does it again with Red at the Bone. In my opinion, there‘s no other living author that imbues so much emotion and grace into so few pages. This story is all about family and self-realization at any age. Woodson winds the stories and voices together like bells in a gentle breeze. First, we hear one tone, then the wind blows, and we hear another. Soon it‘s a melody.

Full review http://www.TheBibliophage.com #thebibliophage2021

dragondrool I will read ANY Jacqueline Woodson book.
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Caryl I loved this one. You‘re right—Jacqueline Woodson is wonderful. 13mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @dragondrool Right there with you! 13mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Caryl She is so unique in her style and stories. 😀 13mo
kspenmoll Love the word choices, images in your review! 12mo
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Lauren_reading
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This book was pure, heart wrenching poetry. It‘s so beautifully written and the full cast audio was amazing. It‘s a story of family and choices and love. But especially the joy and pain love brings.

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Nebklvr
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Love hurts. It is a beautiful pain. That seems to be the theme of this story. The multiple shifting points of view were often confusing and I felt no one got their due. Especially CathyMarie.

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Emilymdxn
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I am so excited to start my #newyearwhodis books in January! I just did a bit of kindle shopping from @alisonrose ‘s magnificent list! There were a couple I‘d already read and one not available in the UK kindle store yet so I‘ve preordered it for March! Red at the bone is the first one I‘m gonna go for it‘s been on my list SO long

@monalyisha

monalyisha Hooray! I saw that you had some repeats but you seemed so well-suited otherwise that I hoped there was plenty left to choose from! 🎉🥳🙌🏻💕 14mo
alisonrose Yay!!!!! You picked GREAT ones!!! 14mo
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Book 157 of 2020. #bookly #audiobook

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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Finished this audiobook while doing a half marathon.

PurpleyPumpkin Amazing, good for you!🎉 1y
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Congrats! 🤘😆🤘❤️ 1y
TrishB Amazing 👍🏻 1y
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Elizabeth2 Amazing accomplishment! 1y
valeriegeary Who hoo! 🙌🏻🙌🏻 1y
Nute Right on!🙌🏽 1y
LiteraryinLawrence That‘s awesome!! Congrats!! 1y
Gissy Congratulations! 🏃🏻‍♀️🥇👏👏👏👏👏 1y
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ChaoticMissAdventures
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#AlphabetTitles #LetterR.
I recently read Rules of Magic and I am sad I waited so long. I started the series this summer with Magic Lessons and I am excited to tackle Practical Magic next. I really enjoyed hanging out with the Owens clan.
Jacqueline Woodson is one of those authors I will always pre-order. I have very vivid memories of the exact coffee shop I was in while reading this her language is spot on, every single line.

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alisonrose
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Jacqueline Woodson is 2 for 2 now. Gimme all of her books! Loved this as much if not more than Another Brooklyn. The writing is exquisite, like poetry reshaped into prose. Short but substantial, all the characters‘ POVs were distinct & so *human*. You understand them & forgive their flaws b/c you care about them enough to want to. Woodson is such an astute observer of human nature & relationships. This was awe-inspiring from start to finish. 5/5🌟

ravenlee I‘ve only read Brown Girl Dreaming (and a couple of her picture books) but it was amazing. 1y
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alisonrose
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Prettiest baby you‘d ever want to see. For the few weeks he was with us, he‘d open his eyes and look right at you—like an old soul. Like it was somebody from the past trying to tell you something.

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alisonrose
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Some evenings I don‘t know where the old pains end and the new ones begin. Feels like the older you get the more they run into one long, deep aching.

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Would the tragic comedy of memory ever stop replaying?

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It was Whitman who said, Argue not concerning God. At the time we were in ninth grade—new to our beliefs and the power of our voices. So we argued. But now I knew there were so many ways to get hung from a cross—a mother‘s love for you morphing into something incomprehensible. A dress ghosted in another generation‘s dreams. A history of fire and ash and loss. Legacy.

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alisonrose
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I‘ve only read one other book by Jacqueline Woodson (Another Brooklyn) but I absolutely loved it, so I‘m pretty sure I‘ll love this one, too.

Prairiegirl_reading I was blown away by this one! 1y
alisonrose @Prairiegirl_reading YES! I absolutely loved it. Woodson is incredible 1y
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mamareading
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I enjoyed the story, but it jumped around so much that it was hard to invest in a character and explore.

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ItsAnotherJen
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I started this book in a rush. So many books to read yet! Sometimes it feels like I have to hurry and finish a book so I can mark it off and get to the next one.
You need to slow down for "Red at the Bone." Its under 200 pages. So you must make an effort to enjoy it. It's almost written like poetry...or is it just me that feels that..
It is a great book. I really enjoyed the language, the flow, how she writes. ?
⭐⭐⭐⭐

Chelsea.Poole I agree, reading this one slowly was a real pleasure ☺️ 1y
Nutmegnc And she just got the MacArthur Genius grant!!! 1y
erzascarletbookgasm I love Woodson! 1y
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ItsAnotherJen @erzascarletbookgasm What else have you read by her that you would recommend? She's on my radar now. 1y
ItsAnotherJen @Nutmegnc Well deserved I am sure! I've got to research her a bit. She's very talented 1y
erzascarletbookgasm I loved Brown Girl Dreaming and Before The Ever After. I plan to read more of her. 🙂 1y
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AmyK1
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Beautiful story about love, family, motherhood, class...there was a lot in such a short book. Really enjoyed this one.

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Kdgordon88
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#3books #atthebottomofmyTBR. My TBR bookcase is separated into hardbacks and paperbacks each alphabetized by author and then there‘s my out of control kindle.

OriginalCyn620 📚👍🏻📚 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Skip the Red Clocks!! 1y
SamAnne Red At the Bone is on my list too.... 1y
Kdgordon88 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and just like that there is one less on my TBR. Thanks, Misty, for the heads up! 😀 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Kdgordon88 I suffered through it with a buddy read. 😫😫😫 1y
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BeaG
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I loved this book! It was a quick read jammed pack with issues. Sometimes family issues can be overwhelming when there‘s a lot. This one flowed and I couldn‘t put it down.

aperfectmjk Yay! I'm so glad it was enjoyable! It would have sucked it you had an autographed copy of a book you didn't enjoy. 1y
BeaG @aperfectmjk True!! LOL 1y
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Chelsea.Poole
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HOW DID I MISS THIS BOOK!? The writing is superb and I actually really appreciate the length. I savored the sentences because I knew I didn't have many of them in this story of the decades leading up to and after a teenage pregnancy. The setting is Brooklyn but also Oberlin College in Ohio. I didn't expect feel all these feelings in such a slim novel. Listened to the entire #audiobook which was great but I then read the entire thing over at once.

tenar Wow, what an endorsement! I‘m impatiently inching up the waiting list at my library for this one, and I can‘t wait 🙏 1y
Jolynne I love writing. 1y
erzascarletbookgasm I loved this too 👍 1y
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Jacqueline Woodson is a master of the written word. 💚 Her larger than life lyrical prose is full of more emotion than seems possible for one book to hold.

My only complaint with this book is that it was too short. I felt like some characters and their stories didn't get enough time to fully develop before the book was over.

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OriginalCyn620
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I have a hard time putting my thoughts into words when it comes to Woodson. She‘s just a fantastic writer! I listened to the audiobook (Woodson is one of the narrators) and #it didn‘t disappoint. If you‘ve never read her, I highly recommend it!

erzascarletbookgasm Fabulous book, I loved it. 1y
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BeaG
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Opening day! #SeptemberSwap I‘m so excited that this is the book sent to me! I‘m starting it today! The cover is beautiful as well as the journal! Love it! Thank you @aperfectmjk Thank you @BennettBookworm for organizing the swap!

aperfectmjk You're welcome @BeaG! Is it the signed copy? It's supposed to be signed. 1y
BeaG I don‘t know. I will look when I her home. I took this picture before work. I hope so, I love signed copies!! I have a collection of signed books. 1y
Prairiegirl_reading I loved that book! 1y
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BeaG @Prairiegirl_reading I can‘t wait to get started. 1y
BeaG @aperfectmjk It is a signed copy. I wouldn‘t have noticed it had you not said it. Thank you! 1y
aperfectmjk @BeaG 🤗🤗🤗🤗 1y
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