A Style All Her Own
Isabelle Ashley Parker McBride has a style all her own. She wears special outfits for every event, from going to the dentist to having tea, and everyone admires her unique sense of style. Everything is perfect, until her cousin Dora asks her to be a flower girl in her wedding. Isabelle Ashley is thrilled – but then she sees the plain, pink dress she is supposed to wear. It’s boring and looks exactly the same as everyone else’s. How could a girl with such style possibly be seen in such a drab dress?
|Kindergarten - Grade 3
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Carolrhoda Books ®
- Book-of-the-Month Children's Club Selection