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Pasando Páginas: La Historia de Mi Vida Al Ser La Primera Mujer Latina En Ser Jueza Del Tribunal Supremo De Estados Unidos, Sonia Sotomayor Es Una Inspiraci N Para Los J Venes De Todas Las Partes Del Mundo En La Lucha Por Lograr Sus Sue Os Pero Qu La Inspir A Ella Para La Joven Sonia, La Respuesta Es Los Libros Eran Su Espejo, Sus Mapas, Sus Amigos Y Sus Maestros Los Libros La Ayudaron A Conectar Con Su Familia En Nueva York Y En Puerto Rico, A Aceptar Y Entender El Diagn Stico De Su Diabetes, A Hacer Frente A La Muerte De Su Padre, A Descubrir Los Secretos Del Mundo Y A So Ar Con Un Futuro En El Que Todo Es PosibleEn Pasando P Ginas, Sonia Sotomayor Comparte Su Amor Por Los Libros Con Una Nueva Generaci N De Lectores, Estimul Ndolos A Leer, A Maravillarse Y A Realizar Sus Sue Os Acompa Ada Del Arte Vibrante De Lulu Delacre, La Historia De La Vida De Sonia Sotomayor Muestra A Los Lectores Que El Mundo Est Lleno De Promesas Y Posibilidades Lo Nico Que Necesitan Es Pasar La P Gina


About the Author: Sonia Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice, was born in Bronx, New York, on June 25, 1954 She earned a B.A in 1976 from Princeton University, graduating summa cum laude and receiving the university s highest academic honor In 1979, she earned a J.D from Yale Law School where she served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal She served as Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney s Office from 1979 1984 She then litigated international commercial matters in New York City at Pavia Harcourt, where she served as an associate and then partner from 1984 1992 In 1991, President George H.W Bush nominated her to the U.S District Court, Southern District of New York, and she served in that role from 1992 1998 She served as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit from 1998 2009 President Barack Obama nominated her as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on May 26, 2009, and she assumed this role August 8, 2009.From



10 thoughts on “Pasando Páginas: La Historia de Mi Vida

  1. says:

    This is a beautiful and inspirational book infused with the love of reading on every page My favorite quote Books are keys that unlock the wisdom of yesterday and open the door to tomorrow.


  2. says:

    Turning Pages is a lovely homage to books and literature by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor She reminisces about the importance of storytelling in her family and of her Puerto Rican heritage, the role of libraries, and the pride of acquiring a set of encyclopedias It is though books that she finds strength to deal with her childhood diabetes and takes refuge after the loss of her father at a young age Ultimat


  3. says:

    Both English and Spanish editions available


  4. says:

    A remarkable woman and she loves books and libraries YES


  5. says:

    A nice overview of Sotomayor s life and her love of reading There are lots of photographs on the inside cover which are nice I enjoyed reading this one with my daughter I need to read Sotomayor s autobiography it s on my bookshelf.


  6. says:

    I know everyone loves RBG and she is amazing, but my favorite justice is Sotomayor She is so great I loved reading this book about her life in context to all the books and reading she did DID I MENTION SHE IS SO GREAT.


  7. says:

    Okay, so everyone needs to know about the life of this accomplished woman and it s nice to have that story in her own words But I didn t love the illustrations and the text was a bit too wordy Though I suppose that s expected when a lawyer judge writes a book, haha.


  8. says:

    In Turning Pages, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor beautifully tells the story of her life and how reading, books, and libraries were the driving force in her success.Sonia s parents immigrated to the United States from Puerto Rico Both English and Spanish were spoken in her home Reading and books helped Sonia understand the world around her and the events that were happening They provided comfort in times of sadness, understanding and inspiration in times


  9. says:

    I love Judge Sotomayor.I don t love this book.Feels like a grownup talking to a kid who isn t comfortable or used to talking to kids If I was a kid listening, I d be like yeah yeah yeah read yeah yeah yeahread some go the library Whatever I hear ya.Teachers, Librarians, and Teacher Librarians It is OK not to love a book that celebrates the love of reading or libraries Really You ll be fine No one will come after you Let s stop being so dang predictable.


  10. says:

    Geared toward readers aged 4 8, this is Sotomayor s story in her own words Sotomayor is only the third female Justice to serve on the U.S Supreme Court butnotably, the first justice of Hispanic heritage Kids will learn of her love of books and libraries and her pride in being a Latina, and how those elements helped set a course for where she is today Accompanying the text are wonderful illustrations by Lulu Delacre Sara Z.


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