Isabelle and isabellas little book of rules

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Isabelle & Isabella's Little Book of Rules by Isabelle Busath

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Published 19.12.2018

The Little Book of Rules

This collection of kid-authored, kid-approved guidelines for living makes a great gift for the child inside of everyone. Ten-year-old Isabelle and her eight-year-old cousin Isabella have a few tips for living life.

Isabelle & Isabella's Little Book of Rules

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Two elementary schoolers from California just had a book published. When a local Walmart employee found the book in the store and brought it to the attention of the local Sacramento news station, the little girls were reunited with their book, and began to receive offers to publish the growing list of child-wisdom. To the rules in the original book, 88 have been added, and the list is growing. The book is already available for pre-order on Amazon, and the young authors have plans for a Christmas version as well. While such meme-like books are becoming more and more common, maybe the two you girls will branch out as they grow older.

Losing a book of life rules they had been writing together turns out to have been the luckiest thing to happen in year-old Isabelle Busath and 8-year-old Isabella Thordsen's lives. At the time, Fox 40 mentioned a possible publishing deal -- and now, it seems that dream has become a reality. The original book had rules, which ranged from the mundane "do your chores" to the more colorful "don't bite the dentist" , but the new version will reportedly include around The authors apparently started the book with their younger siblings in mind. In an interview with Publishers Weekly in May , the book's editor, Lisa Rao, explained that the published version would show the girls' handwritten versions of the rules, and said keeping the girls' spelling mistakes made the finished version "even more sincere. Rao also explained that she was interested in publishing the book even before she knew who had written it. Read her full interview with Publishers Weekly here.


  1. Abby M. says:

    When Isabelle Busath is not writing, she loves to be outdoors and wants to work with animals.

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