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All Are Welcome (2018)

by Alexandra Penfold, Suzanne Kaufman (Illustrator)

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Illustrations and rhyming text follow a group of children who learn how to write, spell, make friends, and be kind on the first day back at school.
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    This Is How We Do It: One Day in the Lives of Seven Kids from around the World by Matt Lamothe (g33kgrrl)
    g33kgrrl: The two books are definitely different. All Are Welcome is fiction and is short, rhyming, and shows kids who are now all in the USA. This is How We Do It is non-fiction, longer, and shows kids from all over the world going through their day in their country. But I think a parent who wants their kid to read one of these books would also appreciate the other. And my kid likes both of them (although for my 3-year-old, All Are Welcome Here is a one-sitting book and This is How We Do It is sometimes a two-sitting book).… (more)

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Independent Reading Level: Pre-K through 3rd Grade
Awards: California Young Reader Master List and Kansas State Reading Circle Award
  jenhodges14 | Dec 7, 2023 |
preschool to 3rd grade The Washington Center for the Book (WCB) has selected Seattle illustrator Suzanne Kaufman's New York Times best-selling picture book
  reketa1 | Dec 7, 2023 |
  TaylorOnyx | Sep 11, 2023 |
Pages filled with simple, rhyming text and vibrant, diverse illustrations., The story takes the reader through a school day where every child regardless of background, skin color, family dynamic, religion or social status are welcomed with open arms. Such an amazing book to promote diversity and inclusion. ( )
  taolson | Jul 19, 2023 |
This book showcases each student’s differences in background, skin color, and traditions.
Social Moral
Fort Steilacoom ECE shelves
  alondrapatron | Jun 12, 2023 |
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Starred Review.

Penfold and Kaufman have outdone themselves in delivering a vital message in today’s political climate. Let’s hope more people, starting with this picture book’s audience, embrace it.
added by g33kgrrl | editPublishers Weekly (May 14, 2018)

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