I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark
A top selected or recommended title by the Kansas State Reading Circle Commission.
Author: Debbie LEVY
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Subject/Category: Gr. 2-4
Year Reviewed:: 2017
Review: Ruth Bader Ginsburg grew up knowing the sting of prejudice against her own family and witnessing injustice in the world around her. She came of age in a time where women were expected to find a husband, stay home with children, and certainly never aspire to become a lawyer. Each time Ruth chose to object. Her bold thoughts and exceptional work ethic helped her rise above notions of who she "should" be and fight for equal treatment for everyone. Students will devour this must-have biography of a Supreme Court justice unafraid to enact change with her differing opinions.