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About Alexandra Penfold
Alexandra Penfold is a literary agent, recipe developer and the author of Eat, Sleep, Poop!, illustrated by Jane Massey and We Are Brothers, We Are Friends, illustrated by Eda Kaban as well as the co-author of New York à la Cart: Recipes & Stories from the Big Apple’s Best Food Trucks with Siobhan Wallace. She lives in New York with her family.
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In our classroom safe and sound.
Fears are lost and hope is found.
Discover a school where all young children have a place, have a space, and are loved and appreciated.
Readers will follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcomed with open arms. A school where students from all backgrounds learn from and celebrate each other's traditions. A school that shows the world as we will make it to be.
“An important book that celebrates diversity and inclusion in a beautiful, age-appropriate way.” – Trudy Ludwig, author of The Invisible Boy
In their bestselling picture book All Are Welcome, Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman celebrate kindness, inclusivity, and diversity. Now with Big Feelings, they help children navigate the emotional challenges they face in their daily lives.
What should we do when things don't go to plan? We may feel mad, frustrated, or overwhelmed, but by talking it through, compromising, and seeing another point of view, we can start fresh, begin anew.
A colorful, whimsical picture book about everyone's favorite kitchens-on-wheels: food trucks!
Join the members of one family as they head to the Food Truck Fest! They gather their things, cross the bridge, and prepare for a fun-filled day. And as they get ready, the workers on the food trucks get ready, too—preparing, tasting, and traveling across the bridge to join all the other kitchens-on-wheels. With delicious free samples and cuisines from around the world, it's a day of trying new things and having fun together!
Alexandra Penfold's rollicking, rhyming text and Mike Dutton's rich, dynamic illustrations make Food Truck Fest! the perfect story for kids who love things that go.
Sven might be the littlest Viking, but he has no trouble making himself known. He has the loudest warrior cry and the fiercest set of teeth. He loves to pillage and plunder. But there's a new kid in town--a warrior princess, who is smaller than Sven and even louder. What's a little Viking to do?
"Penfold folds in fun ancient analogues to tried-and-true methods of appeasing cranky little ones, and Roxas's liberal use of a color perhaps best described as neon snot brings a punk edge to her scenes of Viking family life. Irreverent yet tender."--Publishers Weekly, Starred review
"A warm tale of family togetherness."--Kirkus
"A spirited tale about stopping a tantrum with a story, perfect for storytime or one-on-one sharing."--SLJ
Discover a school where--no matter what--young children have a place, have a space, and are loved and appreciated.
Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcomed with open arms. A school where students from all backgrounds learn from and celebrate each other's traditions. A school that shows the world as we will make it to be.
Being a big brother is a BIG job.
There’s lots to show your little brother . . .
Trains . . .
Planes . . .
How to be a dinosaur.
There are games to play and adventures to be had. And if trouble comes, it’s big brother to the rescue because there’s no better friend than a brother.
The new baby hasn’t been here very long, but already has a busy schedule:
and, of course, poop!
This tender look at life inside and outside of the crib from a baby’s-eye view is the perfect present for new parents and siblings-to-be.
A Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Best Books for Babies selection
Estoy muy… es un álbum ilustrado cálido e inspirador que ayuda a los niños a nombrar y reconocer sus emociones y a aprender a ponerse en el lugar de los demás. Un libro que promueve la empatía, la inclusión y el trabajo en equipo. Porque sea lo que sea que estemos sintiendo, no estamos solos.