I found the book enjoyable and I learned more than I expected to. I had always thought Ms. Rice was an extraordinary person, but I never realized how ordinary she was. I found her story real and could relate to her relationship with her parents, family and friends.
I have always respected her all of her accomplishments. I found myself agreeing with her feelings about former President Carter (he was also the first president I voted for) and I felt sad when her parents passed away. This book made Ms. Rice seem more real to me.
Her relationship with her parents.
Hearing it in her voice made it more believeable.
I thought it was funny that when she graduated high school and her name was misspelled on her diploma and her mom returned it to the school requesting a new diploma with the corrected name. It was only until much later after Ms. Rice had lamented the details of why she did not have a diploma that the school sent her a new diploma with the corrected name. I though that was funny and it spoke volumns about how ordinary she was.
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