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My Name Is Not Isabella: Just How Big Can a Little Girl Dream? (2010 original; edició 2010)
de Jennifer Fosberry, Mike Litwin (Il·lustrador)
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My Name Is Not Isabella: Just How Big Can a Little Girl Dream? de Jennifer Fosberry (2010)
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I thought this book was so cute. I also found it touching how her mother just went along and called her the name she was going by at each time. This is a great book for kids to learn about famous women in history.
Loved the spunk throughout the book and how Isabella pretends to be different strong and historical females. A great read to introduce young children and girls about these amazing women like Sally Ride or Rosa Parks to name a few.
Very timely book for us, since my 3yo repeatedly insists, "My name is --" and then produces an entire different persona, different name, different age, etc. She's got several of these personas. This book features "Isabella" who pretends to be "Rosa" (Parks), "Sally" (Ride), "Marie" (Curie), and a bunch of other famous women from history. So as soon as we read it, "Isabella" joined my daughter's cast of personas.
I LOVED THIS! This is an informational picture storybook about a young girl named Isabella, who apparently has either the best teachers around or the best mom around who serve to educate this brilliant little lady about some of the most famous women in history. Sally Ride, Annie Oakley, Rosa Parks, Marie Curie and Elizabeth Blackwell are all showcased in this brilliantly illustrated book. What I love is that it teases the reader with a one line blurb about the famous woman in question THEN when the reader turns to the back of the book, they have a short biography as well as photo of the woman. Genius! It is really an empowering tale that bolsters self esteem as the young girl, Isabella, eventually incorporates all of the labels she gives these famous women throughout the book into her own self image. This is an important lesson that I believe ALL little girls should learn. That lesson is specifically that nobody can stand in their way of achieving their goals if they set their minds to it and believe that they are as capable and as talented as anyone else.
This book is about a little girl who decides that she no longer wants to be herself that day, but instead decides to be women from history.
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From breakfast to bedtime, a young girl imagines being different women who made history, and ends the day empowered to be herself. Includes brief biographical information about the women cited.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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