Sandra Day O'Connor made history in 1981 when she became first woman to serve as a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Her appointment to the nation's highest court capped off an impressive career as a judge and elected official from Arizona. She was also a wife and mother of three children and spent much of her free time riding horses in her Arizona ranch. In this biographical magazine, we cover her amazing rise from the Southwestern deserts to America's halls of power.
PragerU Biographical Magazines are part of PragerU's educational initiative for students in 3rd through 5th grade. These beautifully illustrated magazines are packed with facts and fun to teach students about great thought leaders and important ideas. This stylish series answers the needs of young families looking for fun, educational, patriotic content.