Less than a year in office as chief justice, and John Roberts Jr. is already the subject of a biography, complete with behind-the-scenes details and family photos.
Never mind that the book “John G. Roberts, Jr.: Chief Justice” is only 44 pages long, and its author Lisa Tucker McElroy says the target audience maxes out at middle school-aged kids. It’s still a great read and a must-buy for anyone of any age seeking insights into the new chief justice. Copies have turned up in the Supreme Court gift shop, and soon will be available elsewhere and online.
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