Alexandra Penfold is a literary agent and the bestselling author of All Are Welcome. Suzanne Kaufman is an award-winning animator and children's book illustrator, and has worked on several books including the bestselling All Are Welcome. She lives in Seattle with her husband Jonathan and two daughters.
Expressive and energetic * Publishers Weekly * [The book's] strength is the diversity on display in its pages. There's a rainbow of skin tones and hair colours ... and markers of religious and cultural diversity. Allows kids to practice identifying and dealing with their own big feelings * Kirkus Reviews * I'd like to highly recommend this book. It's so needed and useful especially when you read it during the mental health week. I think every primary school should have this book * NetGalley Reviewer * Simple premise, but very powerful. The illustrations are beautiful ... The characters in the book are diverse, and the rhyming text is charming * NetGalley Reviewer * This showcases some of the finest in children's picture book writing. Never twee, this book celebrates emotions, including the big ones, with a dose of humour and illustrations that are never short of stunning ... a fun class book for reading aloud and learning about emotions, or a cosy bedtime ritual to curl up and look through the pictures * Librarian, NetGalley Reviewer * Penfold and Kaufman have outdone themselves in delivering a vital message in today's political climate * Kirkus Reviews on ALL ARE WELCOME * A lively, timely picture book * Booklist on ALL ARE WELCOME * A celebration as much as it is a story * Bookbairn on ALL ARE WELCOME * This book has a lovely array of representation and diversity which was brilliant to see. Really addresses the complexity of feelings and how overwhelming this can be for a child * NetGalley Reviewer * A quirky and lovingly illustrated tale about of group of children playing together ... a great way to start a discussion about naming and coping with feelings * Storytime Magazine *