Jacqueline Woodson Quotes About May

Browse 4 famous quotes of Jacqueline Woodson about May.

"No one stops to think, though—that maybe there is a reason for the darkness. Maybe people have to be reminded of it—of its power. At night, we go to sleep against the darkness. And if we wake up before morning, a lot of times we're afraid. We need it all though—the darkness and the light." ~ Jacqueline Woodson
"I think only once in your life do you find someone that you say, "Hey, this is the person I want to spend the rest of my time on this earth with." And if you miss it, or walk away from it, or even maybe, blink - it's gone." ~ Jacqueline Woodson
"Maybe this was our last summer as best friends. I feel like something's going to change now and I'm not going to be able to change it back.—Margaret" ~ Jacqueline Woodson
"Thing about white people," Jeremiah's father tells him, "they know what everybody else is, but they don't know they're white" - "Maybe some know it" His father eyed him and smiled "When they walk into a party and everyone's black, they know it. Or when they get caught in Harlem after nightfall, they know it. But otherwise..." ~ Jacqueline Woodson
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I rather go to see a good play than be in one."
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