Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Case of R.B.G. vs. Inequality Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-07 
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" Truly unique organization style, well researched, and well written. A great introduction to a great woman! " said.

" An informative and inspiring introduction to the first female Jewish Supreme Court Justice. " said.

" A really great biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This simply told biography puts the events of her life into clear perspective. It is truthful without being bogged down in details -- perfect for students in grades 1 - 3.I really liked the artwork in this story. The muted colors and layout are very well done. And like others, I found the endpapers gorgeous! " said.

"Jonah Winter highlights the prejudice that Justice Ginsburg has faced all her life, sometimes even as a justice! Illustrations help highlight important events through her life that were unjust, yet this woman resisted and persisted when she could to clear away discriminatory practices, to ensure women's equal pay, to combat discrimination against African Americans, to fight for the right of gay couples to marry. There is a glossary and additional information in the back matter. For students just beginning research into the Supreme Court or of Justice Ginsburg's life, this is a great beginning text. " said.

"What a great biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg! I thought Jonah Winter did a great job framing all that Ginsburg has accomplished within the larger scope of the sexism and anti-Semitism she and many others faced at the time. I am so thankful this book exists, how wonderful for young readers to see that they too can overcome obstacles to follow their dreams and do what they believe is right. The illustration style is really unique. I particularly enjoyed how Winter and illustrator Stacy Innerst set up some of the text in combination with illustration to serve as "exhibits" in the case for Ginsburg vs. inequality. " said.

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a determined woman who has cleared many barriers to become the person she is today – a Supreme Court Justice, one of nine, and the only woman currently serving. As a young person, she faced discrimination because she was Jewish and a girl. Ruth’s mother was very supportive and saved money so Ruth could attend college. Ruth’s father and much of the rest of society weren’t as encouraging and didn’t believe women belonged in college, or law school, nor that they should be attorneys. Ruth overcame these obstacles and became a crusader for equality for all people. She continues to offer her legal opinions as a Supreme Justice and sets an excellent example for everyone to aspire to – particularly girls and women. This biography showcases her indomitable spirit." said.

" It had me at the end papers - images of the spines of many, many books. Like it is presenting a court case, this book tells the life story and major accomplishments of RBG in her journey to the Supreme Court. " said.

" I loved this story of RBG. It is perfect for elementary school kids. Beautiful illustrations! A must for my personal book shelf! " said.

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