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Alexandra Penfold

  • 5 stars across 2 books
    Alexandra Penfold has authored several children's books in the US including Eat, Sleep, Poop (Knopf), We Are Brothers, We Are Friends (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) and Science Experiments You Can Eat (Workman). She is also a literary agent, and one of her clients is Suzanne Kaufman.

    Suzanne Kaufman lives in Seattle with her husband Jonathan and two daughters. She has had a keen interest in children's books, animation and cartoons since she was a child herself. Over the years she has been an animator in special effects for Universal and Discovery, and an award-winning animator of video games. She has also illustrated several books for children including Naughty Claudine (Random House) and 100 Bugs (Farrar, Strous & Giroux). Suzanne is currently a senior lecturer for film and video game animation.
    24th January 2019

    All Are Welcome

    The #1 New York Times bestselling picture book, celebrating diversity and inclusivity. No matter how you start your day... More

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    13th May 2021

    Big Feelings: From the bestselling creators of All Are Welcome

    I have big feelings. You have them too. How can I help? What can we do? Follow a group of children through a day in th... More

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