Conferences - Penguin Books USASharon Mills Draper born August 21,   is an American children's writer, professional educator, and the National Teacher of the Year. She is a five-time winner of the Coretta Scott King Award for books about the young and adolescent African-American experience. Draper was born in Cleveland , Ohio to Victor D. Mills and Catherine Gachett Mills. She has two younger siblings. Her own writing career began in when, as a teacher, she was challenged by a ninth-grade student to "write something. Upon winning, Draper was awarded five thousand dollars and her story was published.
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When she accepted the award last week at the conference, Kate spoke about her work and what it was like to be a fearful introverted child. I think our job is to see and to let ourselves be seen. I think our job is to love the world. How honest should we be with our readers? Is the job of the writer for the very young to tell the truth or preserve innocence? I am responding to a different question.