Ryan T. Higgins is BACK with another Penelope Rex story!
With the help of our favorite picture book series, Penelope Rex, we've learned how to not eat our classmates AND how to rock our classmates, but now it's time for our favorite little T. Rex to teach us a brand new lesson: HOW TO NOT LOSE OUR CLASS GOLDFISH!!! That's right, our beloved Ryan T. Higgins, author of the Mother Bruce series, is back with another Penelope Rex story, and we are so excited to welcome him back to Little Shop to tell us all about it! Be sure to save your spot for an evening of silly stories, amazing drawings, appropriately themed snacks, and (as always) great books! See below for more deets:
Admission: $0 That's right, this event is free to attend! However, you still need to "purchase" a ticket for every person in your group! Reserve your space here!
You must buy a copy of the book from Little Shop in order to enter the signing line. Preorder We Don't Lose Our Class Goldfish below!
Little Shop of Stories upstairs event space
About the book:
Penelope Rex has one fear: Walter, the class goldfish. So when Mrs. Noodleman tells the kids that they'll be taking turns bringing Walter home, Penelope gets carried away by her anxious imagination. The weekend has a rocky start—from Walter ominously licking his lips to a sleepless night where the fish's bowl appears to move closer and closer to Penelope's bed. But then Walter goes missing! Penelope must face her fear to find him and realizes along the way that there's more to Walter than his chomping jaws.
About the author:
Ryan T. Higgins (ryanthiggins.com) is the author and illustrator of the New York Times best-selling Mother Bruce, which received the E. B. White Read-Aloud Award and the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Honor. In addition to the Mother Bruce series, Ryan is also the author and illustrator of Norman Didn’t Do It!, We Don’t Eat Our Classmates, We Will Rock Our Classmates, BE QUIET!, and What About Worms!?, an Elephant & Piggie Like Reading! book. He lives in Maine with his three children, three dogs, three cats, one gecko, one tortoise, and one wife.
Penelope Rex faces her biggest (and fishiest) fear in this companion to the #1 New York Times best-selling We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins.