visión de conjunto:Críticas Thorough and evenhanded. . . . Blumenthal a longtime Wall Street Journal reporter is part of a current wave of narrative nonfiction authors who write for teenagers with such directness and clarity that adult readers too may gain a deeper understanding. . . . Providing nuanced but clear explanations for the ways Hillary's personality and personal history have shaped her political career is where Blumenthal's method really pays off. --The New York TimesAfter decades in the public eye Hillary Rodham Clinton is still an enigma as Blumenthal (Tommy: The Gun That Changed America) emphasizes in this compelling portrait of the former U.S. Senator and Secretary of State's journey from budding activist to presidential aspirant. --Publishers Weekly starred reviewA richly detailed study that is as perceptive as it is engaging. --Kirkus ReviewsAn in-depth portrait that gives teens a real feel for the woman behind the politics. --BooklistMore objective and even more comprehensive than Cynthia Levinson's Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do All the Good You Can (HarperCollins 2016) this volume covers many aspects of Hillary Clinton's life and achievements. . . . Clinton is presented as an intensely private person in a public life and Blumenthal objectively discusses the contradictions between Clinton's beliefs and some of her actions and examines the many controversies and scandals that have been a part of the Clintons' lives since their early years in public service. . . . Small photos supplement the text and Drawn and Quartered sidebar reproductions of negative and positive editorial cartoons illustrate public perceptions of Clinton's personality life and work. -School Library Journal Reseña del editor As a young girl Hillary Diane Rodhams parents told her she could be whatever she wanted--as long as she was willing to work for it. Hillary took those words and ran. In a life on the front row of modern American history she has always stood out--whether she was a teen campaigning for the 1964 Republican presidential candidate winning recognition in Life magazine for her pointed words as the first student commencement speaker at Wellesley College or working on the Richard Nixon impeachment case as a newly minted lawyer.For all her accomplishments scrutiny and scandal have followed this complex woman since she stepped into the public eyefrom her role as First Lady of Arkansas to First Lady of the United States to becoming the first female U.S. senator from New York to U.S. secretary of state. Despite intense criticism Hillary has remained committed to public service and dedicated to health-care reform children's issues and womens rights. Now she aspires to a bigger role: her nation's first woman president.In Hillary Rodham Clinton: A Woman Living History critically acclaimed author Karen Blumenthal gives us an intimate and unflinching look at the public and personal life of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs and political cartoons this is a must-have biography about a woman who has fascinated--and divided--the public who continues to push boundaries and who isnt afraid to reach for one more goal.After decades in the public eye Hillary Rodham Clinton is still an enigma as Blumenthal (Tommy: The Gun That Changed America) emphasizes in this compelling portrait of the former U.S. Senator and Secretary of States journey from budding activist to presidential aspirant. Publishers Weekly starred review Biografía del autor Karen Blumenthal is a critically acclaimed award-winning children's non-fiction writer and a long-time journalist. She is the author of two YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults finalists: Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different and Bootleg: Murder Moonshine and the Lawless Years of Prohibition; Six Days in October: The Stock Market Crash of 1929 which was a Sibert Honor Book; and Let Me Play: The Story of Title IX which won a Jane Addams Children's Book Award. She lives in Dallas Texas.