When Isabel’s teacher asks her students who they want to be when they grow up, Isabel doesn’t have an answer. Isabel knows it makes her happy to help her friends, neighbors, and family—but can a person really grow up to be a helper?
It’s time for Isabel to open her eyes and her heart and see all the different jobs people do: the police officers, firefighters, soldiers, teachers, doctors, and clergy who dedicate their lives to helping people every day.
With heartwarming words by The View cohost Abby Huntsman and stunning pictures by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff, this uplifting story is for any parent who wants to inspire strong values in their child: giving back, helping others, and serving your community.
Abby Huntsman is one of the most recognizable personalities on television today. She is currently a cohost on The View. She was previously a cohost of Fox & Friends Weekend and also anchored Fox News Channel shows including Fox & Friends, Outnumbered, and America’s Newsroom. Prior to that, Abby was the cohost of MSNBC’s The Cycle and a SiriusXM Radio host. She is the daughter of former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, Jr. and worked on his 2012 presidential campaign as his media adviser. Abby is one of seven children, including two brothers in the US Navy and two sisters adopted from China and India, so service and giving back have played a big role in her life. When she was a young girl, her mom would tuck her into bed at night and ask, “What did you do today to make someone else’s day a little better?” Abby lives in New York City with her husband, daughter, and golden retriever.