Girls Can Do Anything! It's Just Not Always An Easy Road
It's Election Day!
Men and women have been fighting for years to make sure we all have a voice. Make sure you use yours by getting out today and voting. Make sure your children learn to use their voices.
As parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles of some really incredible girls, Isabella: Girl in Charge means a lot to us here at Put Me In The Story. Here is a letter from our Publisher, Dominique, sharing her love for this little girl:
As book lovers, we have all experienced the power that books have to change lives. When Isabella first walked into my life she showed me just how big a little girl could dream, holding up role models like Rosa Parks and Marie Curie.
Now, as we approach an unprecedented election in our country, I am delighted that Isabella is back, with more inspiring message than ever before. In Isabella: Girl In Charge, our purple-haired heroine introduces a group of remarkable pioneers: the women who were "the first" in U.S. politics—including Sandra Day O'Conner, the first female Supreme Court Justice, and Frances Perkins, the first woman appointed to a U.S. Cabinet post, and more.
This book is especially meaningful to me because it recalls the exciting and challenging road we walked in building the largest woman-owned publisher in the country. Leadership is never an easy journey, but Isabella shows us the courageous and inspiring women who have gone before us, in the hopes of inspiring the next generation of female leaders and dreamers.
It is a joy and a privilege to share Isabella: Girl In Charge with you. If we are lucky, her story will inspire girls everywhere to dream bigger, reach higher, and achieve more than ever before.
Dominique Raccah, Publisher
Celebrate this historic election and Nonfiction November with these great titles from Jennifer Fosberry, teaching kids about the men and women who have shaped our history.
Isabella: Girl On The Go