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Publisher

Disney Hyperion

City

Los Angeles

Date of Publication

2020

ISBN

9781484747179

Date of Review

2021

Disciplines

Children's and Young Adult Literature | Judges | Law and Gender | Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's literature, reviews, law, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Review

Doreen Rappaport and Eric Velasquez do justice to one of America’s most influential women in law. Ruth Objects follows Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s trek into the male-dominated field of law and her triumphs therein. The incorporation of actual quotes from Ginsburg help to bring home the reality of the events of the book. The narrative itself was at times a bit clunky to read, but the story woven through the book was delightful. This book serves as a good resource for addressing the discrimination many women faced in the public sphere not too long ago in American history. Additional Purchase Grace Kohler, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville University

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Review of <em>Ruth Objects: The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg</em> by Doreen Rappaport

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