Isabella - Girl on the Go #RaisingAReader

In keeping with wanting to share books for Reading Awareness Month, I thought it would be great to share another of the Isabella books that I have fallen in love with.  If you have a little girl in your life, this is an amazing book that I think all little girls should have!



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The "Isabella" series of books is one I fell in love with when I read Isabella - Girl In Charge.  I was not really sure what to expect, but I fell in love at first read!  I am thrilled to get to share with you today, Isabella - Girl On The Go.  Savannah loves these books and will grab them and bring them for me to read to her.  (Broxton even sits down and listens when I read these.  They are really great!)
As a mom to an 8 year old boy, I know all parents are familiar with hearing " I am NOT a LITTLE boy / girl." come out of the mouth of their sweet angels at some point. Am I right?  As soon as you read this, you might be thinking, well, here we go with the sass...but it is far from it.  Isabella IS a girl on a mission.  A girl in charge and a very smart one at that!!!  As you can tell by dads response, he is all to familiar with the imagination of his little one.  He says, " Then who is going to help me today? " and just like that ... we are off on an adventure!!! 
In Girl on the Go, we get to see her be an archaeologist, a warrior and even a Queen!!!!   

I don't want to ruin the book for you, so you have to get a copy to see how it ends.  It really is a cute book and I love the spin she puts on every day life being an adventure (and one you learn on as well!) A great thing about these books, besides the book in general?  The ending.  The author ends the book with key facts that are hinted on in the book.  With Girl on the Go, the end of the book has "places that changed the world" and "structures that amaze and inspire."  Each has a small paragraph and a photo to show the reader.

Are you familiar with the Isabella books?  The author is Jennifer Fosberry and the illustrator is Mike Litwin.  They are perfect additions in our library.  I am excited that we have them and I hope that years from now, Savannah can share them with her daughters!!!

Comments

  1. This is a nice story, and a girl in charge - sounds good - and now I know not to call the little ones "little"!

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  2. The pictures in this book look so fun! I'll have to look up Mike Litwin's work.

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  3. This looks like a great book. I love the story line and the illustrations!

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  4. Girls should always be in charge, don't you think? :) ;) :) The book looks cute.

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