Thursday, October 06, 2016

Isabella: Girl in Charge By Jennifer Fosberry Review


By Jennifer Fosberry; Illustrated by Mike Litwin
October 4, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-4926-4173-5; $16.99 U.S.
Hardcover; Juvenile Fiction/Picture Book
Ages 4–8; Grades K–4

Plucky, purple-haired Isabella, star of the New York Times bestselling picture book series, is back for another adventure!

Just how high can a little girl dream?

A big event has Isabella ready to go at the crack of dawn. But that's a motion her parents are not likely to pass. After a two-to-one vote, it's decided that some things need to happen first-like eating breakfast and brushing her teeth!

If her family is going to work like a democracy, Isabella knows what she has to do; call an assembly and campaign her way out the door

Taking inspiration from the women who trail blazed their way onto the political map of America, Isabella celebrates the women who were first to hold their offices. And if Isabella can get her parents out the door, she might just witness the first woman voted into the highest position of all...

Author
Jennifer Fosberry is a science geek turned bestselling children’s book writer. She is the author of My Name Is Not Isabella(Sourcebooks, 2010), Isabella: Girl on the Go (Sourcebooks, 2012), Isabella: Star of the Story (Sourcebooks, 2013), and My Name Is Not Alexander (Sourcebooks, 2011). After running away to Costa Rica for a few years, she returned to the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and three children to read, write, and try to get out of doing housework. Visit Jennifer at www.jfosberry.com.

Mike Litwin is a New York Times bestselling illustrator who creates scenes that serve the imagination and education of children. In other words, he’s a big kid who draws pictures for a living. He currently lives in Greenville, North Carolina, with his wife and three daughters. Visit Mike at www.mikelitwin.com.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  Spending some part of your day teaching whomever you're reading this to about great women in the past, is super fun.   The book brings out a great amount if discussion and can even become a fun history project for little ones.  

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