Children's Books


Jennifer Fosberry

ISBN: 978-1402266485

Copyright Date: 2012

Audience: 4 - 8 years

Price: $16.99

Pages: 32


The precocious, purple-haired traveler spends the day playing with her dad as she pretends everyday things (like the sandbox) are extraordinary places. Isabella ends the day in her own home-sweet-home, the most wonderful place to be.

Travel around the world to places like:

•Pyramids of Giza
•Eiffel Tower
•Great Wall of China
•Chichen Itza
•Big Ben
•Statue of Liberty


“The children were captivated. I’m not sure what we enjoyed more – the pictures, Isabella’s imagination, or her personality.”

Hott Books

“It is a story the kids will want to read again and again.”

Living Life: Hannah Style

“Fun and education, I love it! I hope that Jennifer Fosberry and illustrator Mike Litwin will continue to bring more educational fun in the future.”

Creative Madness

“Another good book for children.”

It’s All About Books

“Isabella’s characteristic ingenuity blossoms in this creative tale that encourages readers to give their imaginations free rein.”


“A great read which is fun and educational at the same time – prefect for little girls and little boys too.”

My R and R Space

“This book was great and shared a great message about the wonders of the world and traveling the world.”

Dad of Divas

“I love how Isabella uses her creativity and imagination to visit the world and never leave her house.”

Lisa Reviews

“From the Eiffel Tower to the Sphinx, this newest book teaches your little one all about the wonders of the world in an entertaining and amusing way.”

Tiny Green Mom

“A very cute picture box filled with puns that will delight the child and the adult that reads it with them.”

Journey of a Bookseller

“The illustrations and the story will have you coming back to read this over and over again. I highly recommend it.”

Mother Daughter Book Club

“Whether you are an archeologist or astronomer, artist or warrior, this book is for you.”

House at Book Corner

“I would recommend Isabella: Girl on the Go to any family who loves learning about the world around them and getting their kid’s excited about it as well!”

A Mom’s Take

“[A] wonderful story about a determined and motivated little girl with big dreams for her future.”

Sippy Cup Mom

“I like that this book is entertaining but at the same time educational as it teaches about places around the world such as the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, and the Great Wall of China.”

Our Growing Garden

“The tiny heroine’s vicarious adventures unfold in the course of a lighthearted repartee between parent and child.”

New York Journal of Books

“Isabella is a purple-haired girl with an out-of-this-world imagination and boundless energy.”

Wrapped in Foil

“A playful introduction to some of the world’s man-made wonders, starring Isabella, the little girl whose fabulous imagination leads the way.”

Scholastic Parent & Child

“I really can’t say enough about how much I love the fact that Jennifer Fosberry books are easy to read picture books that educate. “

Just Another Blog

“Isabella is a girl with a HUGE imagination that keeps each page interesting and fun.”

Susan Heim on Parenting

“This exciting world travel, coupled with the huge amount of love and care Fosberry always adds to her books and balanced against Litwin’s artistic talent, makes for an unforgettable adventure with the world’s most imaginative little pre-schooler.”

Picture Book Depot

“Fosberry not only creates a story full of creativity, dreams and aspirations, and childhood innocence, but she has also created an educational experience as well.”

My Four Monkeys

“Isabella doesn’t just visit new places, she takes on a new role, such as an astronomer when visiting an old Mayan temple. I love how her dad gets right into Isabella’s role playing, encouraging her to use her imagination.”

Everything Mom

“This is definitely a fun book and one I think we’ll read again and again. I love Isabella’s imagination. And, as a homeschool mom who is always looking for books with educational content, this book fits that criteria as well. “

What’s Going on in Heidi’s Head

“ISABELLA GIRL ON THE GO was a very fun (and educational) children’s book.”

Booking Mama

“Thanks to Isabella, we are able to see that everything in the world is just a dream away.”

The Angel Forever

“Thanks to Isabella, we are able to see that everything in the world is just a dream away.”

The Angel Forever

“This is a fun book that kids are sure to want to read over and over again – and it might even get them interested in explorations of their own.

Books & Other Creative Adventures

“A fast favorite at my house.”

A Frog in My Soup

“ISABELLA ON THE GO fuels young readers’ imaginations as Isabella never leaves her backyard, yet ventures into the world and creates her own adventures.”

“A wonderful empowering collection of books, and one we’ll continue to highly recommend.”

Lit for Kids

“If I had read this book as a kid, I would probably be a much more avid traveler than I am now.”

Second Bookshelf on the Right

“What an inspiring book for children. This book encourages children to travel and to fulfill their dreams. “

Multi-Testing Mommy

“I think it’s great because of the amazing pictures, Fosbery’s unique writing style, and because of how educational the story really is. “

Giveaway Blogdom

“My kids’ new favorite bedtime story.”

Heavenly Savings

“Will encourage younger readers to make their own dreams and travels in their own ways.”

Deseret News

“Encourage young readers to dream big and introduce them to female role models.”

Mercury News

“Introduce your children to some of the world’s greatest wonders, such as the Egyptian pyramids and the Great Wall of China, with Isabella: Girl on the Go.

Bay Area Parent

“A playful introduction to some of the world’s man-made wonders, starring Isabella, the little girl whose fabulous imagination leads the way. “

Scholastic Parent and Child

“A pleasant enough journey with a satisfying ending.”

School Library Journal

“Take Fosberry’s super story and mix in the wonderfully whimsical artwork from Litwin and you’ve got your ticket to ride.”

Good Reads with Ronna

“This is a picture book for those who love to dream big and live life to the fullest or simply those that would like to pass that along to their own children. It’s also a fantastic resource for helping to share the concepts around imaginative play and especially helpful for those that struggle with that concept.”

There’s a Book

“This is a must own book for all families.”

Night Owl Reviews

“Follow along with Isabella as she imagines everyday spots like a sandbox to be exotic locales like the desert and pyramids of Egypt.”

Working Mother