My Name Is Not Isabella: Just How Big Can a Little Girl Dream?
New York Times Bestseller!
Just How Big Can a Little Girl Dream?
"This story...speaks frankly about self-identity and self affirmation as Isabella decides at the end that she is actually herself...because she possesses the best parts of all of the women she looks up to."
"The colorful mixed-media artwork reinforces the fanciful, upbeat tone of the book. Use this story to ignite young readers' interest in women's history."
Who Is Your Hero?
Isabella's include U.S. Astronaut Sally Ride, activist Rosa Parks, and sharpshooter Annie Oakley-but there's no bigger hero than Isabella's own mommy!
Join Isabella on an adventure of discovery-and find out how imagining to be these extraordinary women teaches her the importance of being her extraordinary self.
A rollicking read-aloud and terrific "read-to-myself" story, My Name Is Not Isabella is capturing hearts and awards, including:
Jennifer Fosberry is a science geek turned children's book writer. Until recently, she worked as a project manager in Silicon Valley in the high-tech electronic field. She currently divides her time between the San Francisco Bay Area and Costa Rica with her husband and three children.
Mike Litwin combines a variety of media to create scenes that serve the imagination and education of women. 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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - QianqiongWang - LibraryThing
My Name is Not Isabella is a multicultural book, which full of imagination that tells a story about a little girl imagine herself as a variety of strong women from awakes until the time falls asleep ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KRW15 - LibraryThing
This is a great story about a little girl with big dreams! Wonderful for teaching on the Women's Rights Era. This story can also be extended to teach sequencing. Read full review
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