Everything Will Be Ok
Anna Dewdney (Author) Judy Schachner (Illustrator)
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DescriptionThe bestselling creators of Llama Llama and Skippyjon Jones bring warmth and humor to a story with a comforting message we could all use when times are tough: everything will be OK. Nothing is going right for little bunny today.
His sandwich has jelly instead of cheese.
He's lost his kite.
Ow! And he's stubbed his toe!
But while some days can feel more sad than happy, there's always a bright spot on the horizon. Anna Dewdney and Judy Schachner perfectly blend rhyme, humor, and comfort to show readers the way out of a tough spot--no matter if it's big or small.
Viking Books for Young Readers
February 15, 2022
9.41 X 11.3 X 0.47 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author
Anna Dewdney was a teacher, mother, and enthusiastic proponent of reading aloud to children. She continually honed her skills as an artist and writer and published her first Llama Llama book in 2005. Her passion for creating extended to home and garden and she lovingly restored an eighteenth-century farmhouse in southern Vermont. She wrote, painted, gardened, and lived there with her partner, Reed, her two daughters, two wirehaired pointing griffons, and one bulldog. Anna passed away in 2016, but her spirit will live on in her books. Best known for her Skippyjon Jones series, Judy Schachner has illustrated many of her own stories, including the much-loved Grannyman and its companion book, Bits & Pieces. A #1 New York Times Bestseller, Judy is also known for her spirited reading of the Skippyjon stories, for which she won the first E. B. White Read Aloud Award. She lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
Fans of the Llama, Llama series will find the late Dewdney's characteristic rhymes on display in this book about keeping perspective on life's challenges. . . . gently upbeat prose reassures readers that 'everything will be OK'. --Publishers Weekly