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‘Worthy’ by Jada Pinkett Smith


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A gripping, painfully honest, and ultimately inspirational memoir from global superstar and creator of the Red Table Talk series Jada Pinkett Smith.

In a media driven landscape that crafts narratives for our celebrities, Smith recounts her story in an intimate conversation with readers. Along the way, she explores her path to accepting her power as a woman, and her discovery that a strong sense of self is every woman’s right and saving grace.

An impactful and rare memoir that engages and educates, Worthy is a courageous love song to self, to family, to life, and to the world.

From an unconventional upbringing in Baltimore, to an unconventional marriage to one of the most famous men in the world, adhering to the status quo has never been a familiar road for Jada Pinkett Smith. In Worthy, Smith strips herself of all the labels and stories crafted by others, and reclaims her narrative with radical self-love. Worthy teaches us who Jada is, and how to embrace our most authentic loveable souls.

About the Author

Jada Pinkett Smith is an actress, singer songwriter, talk show host, producer and businesswoman. Jada has appeared in more than twenty films, including Set It Off, Scream 2, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, the Madagascar series, Gotham and Girls Trip. In 2002, Jada launched her music career when she helped create the metal band Wicked Wisdom, for whom she is a singer and songwriter. In 2004, she published a children’s book, Girls Hold Up This World, which landed at number two on The New York Times best seller list. Currently, she is the co-host of the talk show Red Table Talk, for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award. Time named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2021. Jada is married to actor Will Smith.

Book Details:

Published: October 2023
ISBN: 9780008615000
Format: Trade Paperback
Page extent: 416 pages

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