Ruby Bridges: Get to Know the Girl Who Took a Stand for Education by M. Michelle Derosier

Ruby Bridges: Get to Know the Girl Who Took a Stand for Education

Ruby Bridges: Get to Know the Girl Who Took a Stand for Education by M. Michelle Derosier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book has a lot of information. The previous books I have read about Ruby Bridges were very basic. I am working on finding out more information and this book helped a lot, even though it was directed at children. I would recommend this one over the other books about the desegregation of schools and how Ruby Bridges handled herself in the process. 

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Recommended by Romance Writers

Recommended by Romance Writers

The above linked article talks about new release romance books that were all recommended by romance novelists. I’ve read some. I own some. I have heard of some. It’s a beautiful list.

The Beast of Beswick Amalie Howard

The Bromance Book Club Lyssa Kay Adams

The Flight Girls Noelle Salazar

The Boys in the Boat Daniel James Brown

The Shape of Night Tess Gerritsen

Xeni: A Marriage of Inconvenience Rebekah Weatherspoon

Lost and Found Sisters Jill Shalvis

Tinderbox Rachel Grant

Get a Life, Chloe Brown Talia Hibbert

Room to Breathe Liz Talley

Not the Girl You Marry Andie J. Christopher

Daisy Jones & The Six Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Guinevere Deception Kiersten White

Building Little Women

Building little Women

Writing the script for Little Women

I saw Little Women with my cousin last week. I had seen the 1949 and the 1994 versions many times. The 2019 version was a little different. It made me want to read the book, to see how the story really goes, since it didn’t quite tell the same story as the other two movies.

The above linked articles talk about the 2019 version, and how it was made. One shows the inspiration and the other is an interview with the screenwriter and director. They are both rather interesting.

There was a 2018 version that came out, but I didn’t see it. It was modernized, so it kind of turned me away from wanting to see it.