Introducing Ella Fitzgerald, an enduring jazz sensation whose influence on the genre remains unmatched! Emerging as a recent addition in the Little People, Big Dreams series, this captivating biography chronicles the remarkable journey of the First Lady of Song. It delves into her humble beginnings singing on the streets of Harlem and traces her trajectory to becoming a legendary figure in the realm of jazz. Her story delivers a resounding message: "It's not where you come from, but where you're going that counts."
Enriched with chic and idiosyncratic illustrations, the book encompasses a section of facts and photographs at its conclusion. This series emboldens the celebration of the life stories of remarkable women around the world. From innovators and creators to scientists, these narratives highlight their extraordinary achievements while emphasizing that each of them commenced as a young child harboring dreams. These books render the experiences of these role models accessible to children, forging a potent message that will inspire the forthcoming generation of exceptional individuals poised to transform the world.