Hot-cross buns and reading over the long weekend!!!
I can't say I finished this feeling like I knew a whole lot more about Ruth than I did going in. The early part of her life is pretty much the same info that can be seen in her documentary. The majority of the book is a recap of some of the biggest cases she was involved in & how the court voted. The latter part has some personal details I wasn't familiar with but not much. Still, I'm glad I read it. I appreciate her and her work even more.
Starting some light reading this week! 😂 This is what I like about participating in reading challenges. It pushes you to read stuff you'd otherwise put off, or not read. I definitely wanted to read RBG's bio but because it's so big I wasn't sure when I'd get to it. Because I'm doing a reading challenge with my FB book group I decided to just tackle this. It's going to take a while, sure, but I'll be happy to be able to check it off my list!
And continuing with #24B4Monday.
This is also a suggestion for 2019 book horoscope books...see below link. #inspiration #capricorn
“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you” -Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
I saw the movie and was utterly moved; to tears at a few points. Hearing her thoughts, opinions, and motivations was utterly compelling. She‘s a true icon and champion. I am so eagerly looking forward to her biography‘s release in October. From the blurb, De Hart spent 15 years working on this and had input from RBG.