Saturday, August 6, 2016

Isabella Girl in Charge - a bookwrap






Glass ceilings are being broken every day by smart, creative, hardworking, ambitious and capable women all over the world in every aspect of life.  Today's inspiring book will encourage little girls to follow their dreams and their hearts, develop their minds and enrich their experiences then aim for the gold.  The message is simple...  GIRLS, yes you can! 



Quotes about girl power!












Unwrapping...






 "Isabella Girl in Charge"

Just how Big Can a little girl dream


Authored by Jennifer Fosberry and Illustrated by Mike Litwin


Ages 4+




Unwrapping some illustrations for you...

























About the book...



Isabella is a feisty, go-get-em' little girl who has a mission in life.  She is motivated to consummate her dream of becoming a powerful woman that can truly make a difference in the world.  She is very fortunate to have the support of a loving family that not only nurtures her but assists her in fulfilling her dream. 

Isabella dreams of becoming the first female mayor, congresswoman, governor, cabinet minister, justice on the supreme court and yes, you guessed it, the first female president of her country.  She focuses on her goal daily and is willing to work hard and do what it takes to make it happen. 

She knows it takes dedication and brute determination to reach her goals but Isabella is all in to make that transpire .   At the back of the book the author has included a section called... "its time!'  Time for what you ask?  A timeline is featured of prominent women in U.S. politics.  It showcases powerful, successful women like Belva Lockwood, Susanna Madora Salter, Jeanette Rankin, and Sandra Day O'Connor, just to name a few.  Also on tap is a list of books whose main characters are girl's in charge and some websites that you can check out for more information on the subject.  

A wonderful and timely book that can be translated into any language and given prominence in any country in the world.  Girl's all over the world unite and tuck this quote into your heart...



"Girls with dreams become women with vision."









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 electronics field. She currently divides her time between the San Francisco Bay Area and Costa Rica with her husband and three children. Visit her online - www.jfosberry.com.  








Mike Litwin is an award-winning illustrator who combines a variety of media to create scenes that serve the imagination and education of children. In other words, he's a big kid who gets paid to make pictures all day. It pretty much rocks. He is best known for his work on the New York Times best-selling picture books My Name is Not IsabellaMy Name is Not Alexander, and Isabella: Girl on the Go.
Illustrating and telling stories for children is Mike's passion, his privelage, his entertainment, and his dream. His fun and original approach is sure to captivate kids of all ages--from the ones who have yet to grow up to the ones who refuse to. He is a graduate of the East Carolina University School of Art, and currently lives in Greenville, North Carolina with his wife and their four children.





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