The Supreme Court and Us
Christy Mihaly (Author) Neely Daggett (Illustrator)
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Two kids learn about the Supreme Court with the help of key figures from US history.
Ada and Bea are on a tour of Washington, DC, learning all about the US Supreme Court, from its founding in 1789 to today. Along the way, they hear from the Constitution, important justices, and key figures from landmark cases, such as Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education, gaining an understanding of how the court has shaped our lives.
Albert Whitman & Company
March 01, 2022
8.3 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.65 pounds
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About the Author
Christy Mihaly has written more than 25 books for young readers. She covers science, technology, public policy, and environmental issues. Christy delves into the wonders of water in her 2021 book, Water: A Deep Dive of Discovery. She lives and writes by a babbling brook in Vermont.
Neely Daggett is an Iranian American artist who lives just outside Portland, Oregon. She has a BA in psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of Colorado. Neely is currently illustrating several picture books and is a member of SCBWI.
"Creative and informative, this child-friendly legal primer will be a great addition to home and school libraries."--Kirkus Reviews
"A unique, fun introduction to the 'nine noses and ninety toes' of the Supreme Court, which have 'the power to change your life.'"--Booklist