Join the call for a better world with this New York Times bestselling picture book about a school where diversity and inclusion are celebrated. The perfect back-to-school read for every kid, family and classroom!
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
July 10, 2018
Preschool - 3
Lexile: AD370L | Fountas/Pinnell: L
Alexandra Penfold is the author of Eat, Sleep, Poop
(Knopf, 2016) and the forthcoming picture books The Littlest Viking
(Knopf) and Everybody's Going to the Food Truck Fest
(FSG). She is also a literary agent at Upstart Crow, where one of her clients is Suzanne Kaufman! Learn more about Alex on Twitter at @agentpenfold.
Suzanne Kaufman is an author, illustrator, and animator. Over the years she's done everything from animating special effects for Universal Television and the Discovery Channel to animating award-winning video games for children. She's the illustrator of a number of books for children including Samanthasaurus Rex
by B. B. Mandell, the forthcoming Naughty Claudine
by Patrick Jennings, 100 Bugs
by Kate Narita and her own book, Confiscated!
among others. Learn more about Suzanne online at suzannekaufman.com or on Twitter at @lilmonkeydraws.
"Penfold and Kaufman have outdone themselves in delivering a vital message in today's political climate.
" —Kirkus Reviews
, starred review
“Celebrate a school community as a great common ground where families of all kinds connect and share in their children’s educational journey…. the book’s refrain of “All are welcome here” feels both deeply reassuring
and almost radical in our polarized time.” —Publishers Weekly
“This is a must-read
for pre-school and elementary classrooms everywhere.” – Trudy Ludwig, author of The Invisible Boy