Isabella: Star of the Story

Just How Much Can a Little Girl Dream?

Every day is an adventure with Isabella!

By Jennifer Fosberry Illustrated by Mike Litwin Read by Cris Dukehart Children’s Fiction / Family Life English Age group 3-8 19m Sell Sheet Also available on
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1 Video DVD March 8, 2016 $38.99 $38.99 9781681416342 Add to Cart

Part 3 of the Isabella series.

Description
									An everyday visit to the library becomes an unexpected adventure through the pages of classic children's book favorites! Like Goldilocks, Isabella searches for a book that is juuust right. Should she host a silly tea party in Wonderland with the Mad Hatter? Take a Technicolor trip through Oz with the Cowardly Lion? Or have a swashbuckling good time with the Lost Boys? Join Isabella as she imagines herself in the starring role of these beloved stories and discovers the extraordinary power of reading. Anything is possible between the pages of a good book!
							
Reviews

"Isabella, an imaginative, little purple-haired girl, discovers that reading is an adventurous and magical journey when her parents take her to the library, which turns into a whimsical dreamland of classic children's literary scenes . . . Storytellers will appreciate the introductions to the classics as Isabella discovers that all it takes is a library card and an imagination to soar through timeless tales." - School Library Journal

"It's a match made in book-reading, library-loving heaven." - USAToday.com

"The third book in a richly rewarding series . . . Fosberry has found a wonderful way to engage a whole new audience while making our trip down the rabbit hole all the more meaningful." - Good Reads with Ronna

"Isabella gives new meaning to jumping into a book. The pages are designed as a kind of puzzle, challenging young readers to name each book Isabella has found. It's made for a read-aloud with grown-ups, who will appreciate the two pages of background on the six classic books in which Isabella immerses herself." - USA Today

"Fosberry's story is delightful." - Terri Schlichenmeyer, Bookworm Sez