RBG A to Z

The life of an icon from ACLU to Gen Z


An illustrated A to Z celebrating the unparalleled impact of the phenomenon that is RBG.


ISBN: 9781922417671 Category:

Jo Stewart


This intricately illustrated and fastidiously researched book unpacks the life of RBG, who herself was larger-than-life. It explores Ruth’s early days growing up in Brooklyn, New York, in her family home; her time at Cornell, where she was first in her class, and Harvard, where she was the first female member of the Havard Law Review; her persistence in fighting for gender equality, and the indelible impact she had on the world.

Featuring jaw-dropping illustrations, track Ruth’s rise as one of the US’s most important and celebrated judges, the impact of her legacy for women, her contribution to law and the unparalleled phenomena that is Ruth Bader Ginsberg. This book looks at the life of one of the most inspiring, influential figures in recent history- all in a brilliantly illustrated A to Z format.

Additional information

Weight 446 g
Dimensions 20.8 x 24.8 cm
Publisher name Smith Street Books
Publication date 22 February 2022
Number of pages 56
Format Hardback
Dimensions 20.8 x 24.8 cm
Weight 446 g


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Jo Stewart is a writer and editor whose words and images have been published in The Age, International Traveller, Canadian Geographic, VICE, The Telegraph (UK), Metro (UK) and The Times (UK). From filming stories from a yacht in Antarctica to writing features from a swag in an Australian desert, Jo has worked on expeditions to some of the world's most isolated, places, including Shackleton: Death or Glory, a documentary project screened on Discovery Channel, SBS and PBS. She has previously published How to Unf*ck the Planet a Little Bit Each Day with Smith Street Books.