We let Mrs. Fosberry break the tie and she choose to read her very first book, My Name is Not Isabella. She explained how her famous books My Name Is Not Isabella were inspired by her daughter who loved dressing up as a princess or prince. Mrs. Fosberry wrote her story because she wanted to teach her daughter about all the other wonderful people she could use her imagination to be such a Amelia Erhart or Sally Ride.
It’s hard to imagine a more delightful holiday than World Read Aloud Day, “to celebrate the power of words and create a community of readers taking action to show the world that the right to literacy belongs to all people.” Never underestimate the power of reading aloud with your children.
Common Core Standard: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media.