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Small Great Things PDF is a novel by Jodi Picoult. It was published by Ballantine Books on October 11, 2016. The novel tells the story of Ruth Jefferson, a labor and delivery nurse at a Connecticut hospital who is sued for wrongful death after she refuses to perform CPR on a newborn baby who is the son of a white supremacist couple. It explores themes of race, prejudice, and privilege.

The novel was well-received by critics. It sold more than one million copies and was translated into thirty-five languages. It was a New York Times bestseller and was included on the list of best books of 2016 by The Washington Post, NPR, Oprah Winfrey, and others.

The novel is available in hardcover, paperback, ebook, and audiobook formats. If you are interested in reading Small Great Things, you can find it at your local bookstore or online retailer.

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Ruth Jefferson is a labor and delivery nurse at a Connecticut hospital with twenty years of experience. Her husband, Orlando, is a struggling musician, and they have a teenage son, Edison. Ruth is African American and Orlando is white, which causes some tension in their relationship; Ruth sometimes feels that Orlando does not understand her perspective as a black woman.

One night, Ruth is working when a white supremacist couple, Turk and Brittany Bauer, come in to have their baby. Ruth is tasked with delivering the baby, but she is uncomfortable around the couple. She tries her best to remain professional, but she cannot help but feel disgusted by them.

The next day, Ruth is told by her supervisor that she is not allowed to touch the Bauers’ baby because of a complaint from Turk Bauer. Ruth is outraged and asks to be reassigned, but her request is denied. She decides to go ahead and deliver the baby anyway, but she makes sure not to touch him.

Details of Small Great Things Book

BookSmall Great Things
AuthorJodi Picoult
Original languageEnglish
Originally publishedOctober 11, 2016
PublisherBallantine Books
Total Pages480
FormatPDF, ePub

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Small Great Things has been translated into multiple languages, including Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, and Swedish. The book has also been published in an audio version, narrated by the author herself.

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About the Author

Jodi Picoult is an American writer. She was born on May 19, 1966, in Nesconset, New York. Her mother is a Jewish-American and her father is of Dutch descent.

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Picoult graduated from Princeton University in 1987 with a degree in creative writing. After working briefly as a technical writer, she enrolled at Harvard Law School. She left after one year to pursue her writing career.

Picoult’s first novel, Songs of the Humpback Whale, was published in 1992. It was followed by nineteen more novels, including the New York Times bestsellers My Sister’s Keeper, The Tenth Circle, Nineteen Minutes, and House Rules.

In an interview, Picoult said that she tries to take on “big topics” in her books. “I want to write about things that matter,” she said. “Things that might make people think or feel differently.”

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FAQs(Frequently Asked Questions)

What is the message of Small Great Things?

The message of Small Great Things is that racism is a systemic problem and that everyone has a role to play in combating it.

How does the book Small Great Things end?

The book Small Great Things ends with Ruth accepting a job offer to work at a law firm that specializes in civil rights cases.

How many pages are Small Great Things?

The book Small Great Things is 432 pages long.

Is the book Small Great Things a true story?

No, the book Small Great Things is not a true story.

What is the genre of Small Great Things?

The book Small Great Things is a work of fiction.

What is the author’s purpose for writing Small Great Things?

The author’s purpose for writing Small Great Things is to explore racism and its impact on individuals and society.

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