Kathryn Stockett's rivetting story , set early on during the civil rights movement in Jackson, Mississippi, is told from the perspective of three women who have come together to write a controversial book that will change their lives forever. SheSpeaks member BostonSox reviews the book, "I didn't want this story to end, I could have continued with the characters long after the last page. Stockett does an exceptional job bringing the reader into the lives of women in the early 1960's in Mississippi. Highly, highly recommend this one!"
Look out later on this summer for Dream Works Studios' film adaptation of The Help starring Emma Stone and Viola Davis.
Tina Fey definitely fits into the "Girls Who Run The World" category and in her new book, Bossypants, you will see why her clever wit and sharp humor have taken her straight to the top of a profession that is dominated mostly by men. A New York Times book review points out a passage from the