Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor is telling her story in a new book out Tuesday.
In the new autobiography, "My Beloved World", Sotomayor chronicles her life from growing up in a Bronx housing project to becoming the first Hispanic to sit on the Supreme Court.
The book is being released in both English and Spanish.
Sotomayor was nominated to the nation's highest court by President Barack Obama in 2009.
She previously served as a federal district and U.S. Court of Appeals judge.