Irene's Picture Book Reviews

In Their Shoes/Book Review

Posted on: July 11, 2010

          

           In Their Shoes
           Extraordinary Women Describe Their Amazing
           Careers
           Deborah Reber
          
           This is a wonderful and inspiring book for young
           adolescent girls. Page after page of the book
           provides a multitude of examples about how women
           have excelled and have been successful in many
           different walks of life.
          
           Each of the stories outline what it took for a
           particular woman to be successful. Reber
           interviewed many women for this book. I was
           surprised about how these different women find
           ways of excelling and to making sure that they can
           inspire others to be great.
          
           This is something that girls need to hear. It
           seems that in our culture, mediocrity rules. Our
           culture doesn’t really emphasize excellence as much
           as it should. We need books like Reber’s to do just
           this.
          
           As I was reading this book, I felt motivated
           myself to be as great as I could be. I would
           encourage all of you to read this book. You won’t
           regret reading trust me.
          
           The book is written in a very causal and
           conversational style. It is unique and one of a kind.
           And I think it is great!
          
           So, go out and get your very own copy of the book
           and pass it on to all of the females in your life.
          
           ~ Happy Reading!

            Reviewed by Irene Roth

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