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Small Great ThingsA Complete Summary!It is not surprising that Jodi Picoult's novel 'Small Great Things' became a best-seller. Ruth, an African-American nurse, tends to a newborn white child against the parents' wishes, and the child dies suddenly. The discovery that Ruth was present at the time of the baby's death provides the conflict that gives 'Small Great Things' it amazing potential. Throughout the story, the author touches on themes such as the "post-racial" myth and other important social issues.This summary presents the main events from the novel, giving the reader a basic introduction to Small Great Things. It does not contain everything from the story, however, so if this summary interests you, it is definitely recommended that you read the original book. Following the summary, there will be analysis of characters from the novel and of the story in general, then a short quiz and a conclusion to review everything we have learned.Here Is A Preview Of What You Will Get:� A summarized version of the book.� You will find the book analyzed to further strengthen your knowledge.� Fun multiple choice quizzes, along with answers to help you learn about the book.� Get a copy, and learn everything about this book.