My Beloved World (2013) is the memoir of Sonia Sotomayor, the third woman, and first Latina ever, to serve on the US Supreme Court. From her childhood hardships and her unlikely path to Princeton and Yale Law School to her first appointment as a judge, Sotomayor's story is one of resilience, friendship and lifelong learning.
Sonia Sotomayor is a Supreme Court Justice in the United States. She is the Court's first Hispanic and third female member. She won scholarships to Princeton and Yale Law School after growing up in New York City's housing projects with non-English speaking Puerto Rican parents and finally realized her lifelong dream of becoming a judge.