April 4, 2018 | in

Small Great Things

Praised by the likes of The Washington Post and The New York Times, best-selling author Jodi Picoult’s Small Great Things is an enthralling courtroom drama that wrestles with the ideas of privilege, race and prejudice.

Ruth, an experienced African-American labour and delivery nurse, is banned from caring for a newborn baby by his white supremacist parents.  However, when the baby falls ill after a routine hospital procedure and Ruth is alone in the nursery, she is faced with a great moral dilemma.

Picoult’s novel challenges readers, urging them to consider both ethical and racial issues, and is reflective of the political climate in which it was written.

TitleSmall Great Things
AuthorJodi Picoult
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