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Phaea Crede

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Phaea Crede loves writing silly picture books for silly kids. Serious kids, too!

After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College in the 2000s, Phaea pursued a career in comedy before discovering her true passion for writing picture books. Some of her favorite things to write about are cats, vegetables, big feelings, and pizza.

As a writer with dyslexia, Phaea is proud to demonstrate that disabilities don’t have to stand in the way of dreams. She hopes to connect with kids and adults who think they can’t write—and convince them that they can!

Phaea lives outside of Boston with her husband, two kiddos, two cats, 1,000 wild birds, and a slightly stinky dog named Gus.

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Mo thinks his colors are boring and feel less than when compared to the other peacocks. But when Mo finally realizes how beautiful he is, he starts to shine!
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What's Silly Hair Day with No Hair? by Norene Paulson
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What a difference inclusion can make! The story of a girl feeling left out on Silly Hair Day is beautiful and relatable, and touches on friendship and self-advocacy. This book will open up reader's eyes to the beautiful diversity of people, and might ...more
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It Will Be OK by Lisa Katzenberger
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Love love love this story about sticking by your friends, accepting your feelings, and learning to overcome your fears!
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The Big Beach Cleanup by Charlotte Offsay
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I love the way this story breaks down a big, overwhelming task into small things we a can all do to make a difference, once pair of hands at a time.
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Princesses Can Fix It! by Tracy Marchini
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Hilarious story about breaking out of toxic gender roles, building amazing contraptions, and dealing with an alligator infestation! These three princesses know who they are and stop at nothing to fully live their truth - even if it means falling asle ...more
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There is a Rainbow by Theresa Trinder
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Beautiful book for these trying times, full of hope and rainbows! A must read for any child who needs to look to the future for better times.
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