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At first glance, it has all the makings of a modern children's classic. A plucky heroine from a little-known backwater battles against the odds to right injustice, attracting universal acclaim. For the crusading protagonist putting the world to rights in this bedtime tale is none other than Britain's most senior judge, Baroness Brenda Hale, president of the Supreme Court. Lady Hale, of course, is one of the most controversial figures in the Brexit crisis after ruling last month that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's prorogation of Parliament was unlawful. But here, in a new book, the year-old is drawn in rather more cuddly fashion — as a twinkly-eyed, indulgent grandmother figure whose legendary status means awestruck children regard meeting her as a treat 'better than chocolate cake'. As anyone with children will know, this stretches the bounds of credibility. Yet the message of the book is clear: Lady Hale is to be viewed as an inspirational role model by children who barely understand the concept of a law court, let alone aspire to a career in one.