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Dream BIG With Isabella During Women's History Month

March 27, 2013 4450 Views

Celebrating Women's History Month With Jennifer Fosberry and My Name is Not Isabella

In a world of princesses, fairies, and mermaids, Isabella creates a space for scientists, doctors, and astronauts.

Women's History Month is an important time to look back through our history and to celebrate the influential women who have overcome obstacles and paved the way for women of the future. It is important to raise our sons and daughters in a way that inspires them to make progress for equal opportunity for all women. We have come a long way and need to continue to unblock every door so that all dreams are possible for future generations.


My Name Is Not Isabella is so much more than a beautiful and engaging picture book. Isabella inspires young girls to dream big. It uses a little girl's imagination to draw young readers a picture of what possibilities exist for girls and delivers an inspiring message to young girls about following their dreams and finding positive female role models. This New York Times bestselling book takes the reader through a journey of some of the most fascinating personalities of recent history. My Name Is Not Isabella embodies everything that everyone, especially children, should know. Think Big. Dream Big.

Jennifer Fosberry "I wrote My Name Is Not Isabella to introduce my daughter to some awesome female role models. I am so happy that, through Put Me In The Story, anyone can make their own daughter the Star of an Isabella story. So for Women's History Month, make it more personal and show someone special all the great people they can be, including themselves," —Jennifer Fosberry


You can also help your child celebrate their own dreams and heroes by downloading our free dream cards.

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