Isabella: Girl on the Go

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Feb 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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New York Times Bestseller!

The precocious, purple-haired traveler spends the day playing with her dad as she pretends everyday things (like the sandbox) are extraordinary places. Isabella ends the day in her own home-sweet-home, the most wonderful place to be. Travel around the world to places like:

•Pyramids of Giza
•Eiffel Tower
•Great Wall of China
•Chichen Itza
•Big Ben
•Statue of Liberty
 

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User Review  - tmalon4 - LibraryThing

This book is about a little girl who imagines herself going on great adventures where she becomes things like an archeologist, a queen, an astronomer etc. I liked this book, but I would not ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bwatso12 - LibraryThing

The main idea of this book is that your dreams can take you anywhere. I liked this book because it it showed isabella visiting a place and at the end of the book it gave a real photograph and ... Read full review

Contents

Girl on the Go
Places that Changed the World
Structures that Amaze and Inspire
Acknowledgments List of Works Consulted
Back Cover
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Jennifer Fosberry first visited the Statue of Liberty as a child with her Girl Scout troop and climbed to the top of El Castillo on her honeymoon. She has waved to Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower on her way to Rome and glanced toward the Great Wall of China from Taiwan. And while the Great Pyramids are still a mystery she hopes to discover one day, she is always comfortable at home. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, three children, and a little dog that keeps her company while she works on her next book.

Mike Litwin combines a variety of media to create scenes that serve the imagination and education of children. A graduate of the East Carolina University School of Art and Design, he plays both designer and illustrator with an often wacky, always delightful style that uniquely blends playful innocence with devilish mischief. Illustrating and telling stories for children is his passion, his entertainment, and his dream. He currently lives in Greenville, North Carolina, with his wife and three daughters.

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