She’s a curious little girl who enjoys adventure. She’s always interested in learning new things and going to new places. Izzy’s parent focuses on building her self awareness by allowing her to make choices and learn from those decisions. With the help of her Mom and Dad, she will explore her community and learn of its wonder.
Raelyn is a fierce little girl who is confident in her uniqueness. She is determined to show her style through her hair, fashion and personality. Her parents help her see the value in self-love while also encouraging differences and the art of compromise. She learns that she is as cute as a bee and is free to be Bumblebee Me!
Izzy Goes To The Library
The author did an excellent job the words seem to come off the page and put you in the book with Izzy. Makes the visit to the library fun for those reading the book.
The illustrator went to great detail with each illustration. The colors used will capture the child’s attention. The illustrations are so vivid.
S. Wilform- Amazon review
Izzy Goes to the Library brought back so many sweet memories! I used to take my Li-Li to the library all the time. She started reading at 2.5, so she ALWAYS wanted to read, read, and read some more. Even though we had TONS of books at home, Li-Li loved going to the library to hear Ms. Beth read. Then, we always went to the park next door. Li-Li loved all the fun activities the library always had. It was such a special time for us. My hubby was always working when we went, so it was often just us girls!
Izzy Goes to the Library is an amazing book where a Black family enjoys reading and spending time together. This innocent, sweet book shows that Black people are just like any other family. We like to spend quality time together.
The story AND Illustrations are simply beautiful. I highly recommend Izzy Goes to the Library!
My daughter loves this book. She stated look she looks like me!!! I love it!!!! Can't wait for more from this author. Also my husband is really impressed with the illustrations. Great job ladies!!
Patrick Marshall- Amazon review