|By (author):||Corey, Shana|
|Illustrated By:||Lucas, Margeaux|
|Series:||Little Golden Book|
|Subject:||JUVENILE NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Women|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / United States / 21st Century|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Law & Crime|
|Publisher:||Random House Children's Books|
|Size:||8.00in x 6.63in x 0.20in|
|From The Publisher*||Help your little one dream big with a Little Golden Book biography all about the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg! The perfect introduction to nonfiction for preschoolers!|
This Little Golden Book is a compelling introduction to an inspiring woman, written for the youngest readers. From a young age, Ruth Bader Ginsburg knew that she wanted to fight for girls and women to have equal rights. She studied and worked very hard and became just the second woman--and the first Jewish woman--to be a United States Supreme Court Justice. This is a terrific read for future trailblazers and their parents!
Look for these other Little Golden Book biographies: My Little Golden Book About Frida Kahlo, My Little Golden Book About Jackie Robinson, My Little Golden Book About Martin Luther King Jr., My Little Golden Book About George Washington, My Little Golden Book About Abraham Lincoln, My Little Golden Book About Balto, and My Little Golden Book About Johnny Appleseed.
|Biographical Note||SHANA COREY is the author of several critically acclaimed picture books, among them Here Come the Girl Scouts!, a New York Times Editors' Choice, You Forgot Your Skirt, Amelia Bloomer, which received three starred reviews and The Secret Subway, which also received three starred reviews and Kirkus called "Absolutely wonderful in every way." Shana's books have been named New York Times and Booklist Editors' Choices, School Library Journal and Publishers Weekly Best Books, Notable Social Studies Trade Books, National Science Teachers Association Best STEM Books, and are on multiple state award lists. Learn more at shanacorey.com.|
MARGEAUX LUCAS began drawing constantly from age four. Her love of picture books came from the many hours she spent before bedtime reading from the collection at her grandmother's house. Margeaux's work reflects her love of fashion, nature, and the many shapes, sizes, and colors that people come in, plus the constant exuberance of children.