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I don t usually review children s books, but I really had to with this one.I randomly bought this for my daughter at the school book fair it was closing in ten minutes, so I had to make a quick decision To be totally honest, I grabbed it because 1 It was the only one I saw with a girl character who wasn t a princess 2 It was less than five bucks Swish.I looked at the cover and the subtitle, just how big can a little girl dream , saw the row of hats e.g., astronaut helmet, head mirror, kerchief I assumed it was encouraging girls to dream big and achieve good stuff out in the world I support that goal but also found myself fantasizing about stories like that including motherhood as a worthwhile, commendable achievement.When I eventually got the chance to read my daughter this book, I felt so happy that it exists, so proud of my intuition okay, luck in finding such a lovely book I don t want to give it all away, but it not only encourages girls to dream big and achieve, it also weaves in actual, strong, intelligent women from history AND, it even fulfilled my fantasy of validating motherhood as a worthwhile use of a woman s time, talent, and brains I kind of feel weepy thinking about it I m so proud to be an owner of this book, so proud to be a woman living today, so proud to share this book and my own thoughts about the strength and intelligence of women with my daughter, and my son And my husband And with all of you I could share , but my review is already longer than the book Seriously, go find it wherever you can It will make us best friends. (((Pdf))) ☂ My Name is Not Isabella ↟ Best EPub, My Name Is Not Isabella Author Jennifer Fosberry This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book My Name Is Not Isabella, Essay By Jennifer Fosberry Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I read this and at the same time, immediately after, read My Name Is Not Alexander I was tempted to write one review for both books, but I suppose my thoughts and feelings and what else I d like to say are just different enough that I ll write separate reviews.This book is a conundrum How can I find something both delightful and irritating, fun and boring, great and mediocre, etc etc Well, I do It ended up winning me over, for the most part.Yes, it s a message book and an educational book but I love the silliness and the ending The aspect of a child saying they are not themselves but someone else, that they have some other name, is so familiar Usually, with the kids I know, they re just names they like Here, it s real people in history And, at the end of the book, there are blurbs about them, sophisticated portions than the story itself, but I d recommend sharing this entire book with children, no matter what their age stage The women who changed the world that Isabella is and that have mini biographies included in the back are Sally Ride astronaut , Annie Oakley sharpshooter , Rosa Parks activist , Marie Curie scientist , Elizabeth Blackwell doctor , and mommy And the very end, who Isabella is, and this mommy who s second from the end, are my favorite parts of the book The job description given to mommy is a mother is a person who uses love and wisdom to raise children to be caring, accomplished adults My Goodreads friend Lee and her daughter have been on my mind a lot this week, and that s such an apt description of Lee Perhaps this part of the book touched my heart even than it might have had my mind been elsewhere, but really, what s not to love about this definition I found the illustrations to be than slightly odd, but they kind of grew on me, and I think they work I also think I d have loved this book as a child, not so much for the pictures, or even the history, though I would have been interested, but for the silliness of all the identity changes.On the last page, there is a list of books consulted and a list of websites, all very useful for older children and or additional book and research ideas.3 1 2 stars My Name is Not Isabella is a delightful new picture book by Jennifer Fosberry that introduces children to some of the strongest female figures in history, all seen through the eyes of a little girl The sequence starts off with the mother at the bedroom door saying, Good morning Isabella It s time to get up and out of bed My name is not Isabella said the little girl Then who has been sleeping in my daughter s bed asked the mother I am Sally, the greatest, toughest astronaut who ever was The mother in the story is wonderfully patient as her daughter cycles from being Isabella to Sally Ride one day then Annie Oakley, Rosa Parks, Marie Curie, Elizabeth Blackwell and mommy All are important women in history, and mommy is a great hero for a little girl to have Bios on each of the famous women catching Isabella s imagination are included in the back My Name is Not Isabella should be able to spark conversations between moms and daughters about the real people behind the names that Isabella decides to take on for a while The illustrations by Mike Litwin show Isabella as a spunky girl who is strong, smart, courageous and caring I highly recommend it. This one didn t do it for me at all I ve currently been reading a lot of picturebooks and novels around issues exploring the concept of challenging gender stereotypes either implicitly or explicitly and I didn t think this book really succeeded in either even though this is what it felt like it was trying to do There is a nice sense of repetition in the wording and I think young children would like that and I even enjoyed some of the different roles that Isabella adopted Astronaut, Gunslinger, Activist, Scientist, Doctor and Mum but it was here that I think the story frustrated me It was trying too hard to share with the reader female icons from our past but had little or nothing to with any story In no way do I feel attached to Isabella or even interested in her It just all felt a bit forced, unreal and unsure of who its audience is. Review at booksmykidsread.comThose who know me know that raising strong girls who believe that they can do anything they set their hearts to, is a big priority in my life If you haven t already checked out A Mighty Girl, go check them out as soon as you are done reading this, as they are an amazing resource for great books Our latest find from that site in an absolutely awesome book called My Name is Not Isabella.The tagline to this book is Just how big can a little girl dream The answer To the moon and back What is marvelous about this book, aside from the story itself, is that girls can get different things from this story at different ages.The story is of a little girl named Isabella who wakes up one morning and tells her mom my name is not Isabella The mom plays along and asks the little girl who she is I am Sally, the greatest, toughest astronaut who ever was As in Sally Ride, the first American woman to go into space in 1983 Each day Isabella wakes up with a new name and a new profession to go along with it, including the ever important job of mommy At the end of the book, her mother puts her to sleep so she can dream about who she would be tomorrow What the kids don t realize is that each time Isabella changes her name, she is naming a famous woman who has helped change our world As a child matures, the back of the book has information on all of these women and definitions of the roles that helped make them special My 6 year old and I were able to have a conversation about why these women were important She can t imagine a world where girls were not expected to go to school and when aspiring to a job outside of the home was not encouraged We were also able to have a conversation about the activism of women like Rosa Parks and how seemingly small, incredibly brave, acts can make a huge impact in the world around us This is also a great way to show girls that they can succeed in any job, even those that haven t been typically dominated by women It is great that my daughter has no clue that women haven t been always welcomed with open arms to professions like medicine and science, but we need to keep it in her head that those are great jobs for anyone Her current career choice is marine biologist, so we must be doing something right Jennifer Fosberry didn t just write a great book for girls For boys, there is a companion book called My Name is Not Alexander It looks like a great book about men who changed the world.Girls and boys can be anything that they want to be as long as we encourage them to dream big. My name is not IsabellaReview by Anastasia HutsonThe book starts with Isabella s mom waking her up, calling her by her true name, Isabella Throughout the book she denies all the names her mom calls her and dreams of everything she could become in life From the start of the day to the end she thinks of everything from being an astronaut to a brave activist to the smartest scientist The possibilities are endless for Isabella and she s not going to let anyone stop her No dream is too big for this little girl Initially I was confused as to why this little girl didn t want to be called by her own name but as I read on I became drawn to this character and her desire to become anything in the world, and for her the sky was the limit and I admired that The boldness and confidence that the main character carries gives the book an empowering tone For little girls specifically, but really anyone, this book encourages people to dream bigger and put no limits on what they can achieve in life Very often this story uses allusion to portray this powerful woman in history that this little girl, Isabella, is aspiring to be She dreams of being a powerful activist like Rosa Parks and an intelligent scientist life Marie Curie and the list goes on I feel that this is very empowering to the reader because it shows that we can do anything these woman did because they were people just like us.The text and the illustrations complemented each other very well in this piece Throughout the text the author used a few different font styles but most used the bolder styles to emphasize important words and phrases in the story Things such as historical names and words such as, blast, march, discover, and patience were all bolded and put in a different font then the rest of the text The story also had different mediums of art put into the illustrations In the same page there was both a sketched type of drawing and very realistic images that look like they were cut and pasted onto the page I think this gives the story some sort of realism that shows that even though these pictures are depicted as dreams or ideas they can be realistic just like the art is This book encourages young readers to dream big and set the sky as the limit Also in a way I believe it shows them that they shouldn t let people label them and tell them what they can and cannot be I really enjoyed this book because I believe it s important to teach children at a young age that they can be whatever they want to be and they can have whatever they put their minds to I liked the positive message that this book gives. This book is a good way to introduce young children to some of the most prominent women in history Our daughter, who is almost 2.5, is currently in an Isabella obsession, asking to read this book for her bedtime story nearly every night I asked her why she likes this book so much and she said Because I like all the people in it As an adult, it s a bit dull to read aloud, but it s clearly captivating for my daughter She also really likes looking at the pictures of all the women at the end and asking Who s that Since she s so young, I just give her a one liner about each person, but as she gets older it will be nice to have the whole paragraph about each person Incidentally, she also does the same thing on the page with the author and illustrator I am a feminist and to me that means women should have all the options available to have the career they want, to be mothers if they want or not , and to have the option but not obligation to be a stay at home parent if they so choose From that perspective, I think this book offers some great role models to little girls in terms of the historical figures, but there is something about the Mommy character that doesn t sit right with me It just seems like she has no identity outside of being a Mommy, and the fact that we never see her face also contributes to this feeling like her non Mommy identity has been cut out and removed It just seems to be contributing to the message that in order to be a good mother, women must give up the rest of their lives and focus entirely on their children I haven t yet read the Alexander book but I wonder whether the Daddy figure is presented in the same way And yes, I realize I m reading a lot into the subtext of a simple children s book but this is clearly a book that is trying to convey feminist values i.e strong female role models , and I think it just didn t quite hit the nail on the head. Fosberry, J 2008 My name is not Isabella. Union City, CA Monkey Barrel Press Summary Isabella is a young girl who likes to change her name Throughout her day, she becomes women who have changed history from Sally Ride the first American female astronaut to Annie Oakley the fastest female sharp shooter , from Rosa Parks the civil rights activist to Marie Curie the first female scientist to win a Nobel Prize, from Elizabeth Blackwell the first female doctor to her own mother At the back of the book is an afterward with information about the famous women who changed the world , including dates, a summary of their life and accomplishments, and an explanation of their title what is an activist etc Review Awards School Library Journal 9 1 2008Curriculum Connection Good read aloud story for K 1 grades a story for grades 1 2 to read independently As SLJ notes use this story to ignite young readers interest in women s history , this is a good book for older children to use for historical research, especially women s history studies In grade 5, students are to use than one type of source to gather information on a single historical topic , and this could give them ideas for who to research and perhaps even provide some information for that research 21st century standards 2.4.1, 2.4.3, 2.4.4 GradesK 2 I want my girls to grow up to be strong, independent women Its important to encourage that from a young age Its wonderful to play house and have baby dolls, but they need to know that women don t have to be stuck in the kitchen There is a whole world of options out there that is only as limited as their imaginations They can do anything they dream of doing with hard work and dedication My Name Is Not Isabella by Jennifer Fosberry is the perfect book to teach young girls about the inner strength of their gender My Name is Not Isabella is the story of an adorable little girl who uses her imagination to pretend to be some of history s most influential women Your child can explore the worlds of courageous women throughout history like Sally Ride, Annie Oakley, Rosa Parks and And of course, Isabella also wants to be just like her own mother Because we all know that there is nothing rewarding than being a mother and that no one can set a better example for our daughters than ourselves.My daughter and I enjoyed this adorable story and the incredible artwork of Mike Litwin It conveys a powerful message in a way that is fun and appealing to young girls Its a story you and your children will want to read again and again and is sure to become a family favorite Encourage your daughter s imagine with Isabella today Complimentary product received in exchange for an honest review