Sunday, 11 October 2020 12:58

Serenella Quarello

Serenella Quarello writes for children and teaches spanish in a high school. She lives in a wood where, among animals, children and little daily disasters, she finds inspiration.

She has published "“Non puoi correre in pantaloncini corti! - 50 donne che hanno fatto la storia dello sport” for Rizzoli Mondadori, and several illustrated books and novels for tweens.

She writes theatrical scripts and directs a student theatre company, "Las Máscaras" with which, among others, she won the "Colour Award" in the Cesena National Theater Competition, with "Frida de los dolores, Frida de los colores" inspired by Frida Kahlo and “Lives of Evita”.

Since 2009, she has published a dozen works on teaching Spanish.

Currently, she has some ideas brewing away...

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:09

Sonia Elisabetta Corvaglia

Sonia Elisabetta Corvaglia was born in Lecce province in 1978 and lives and works in Milan. She teaches in a high school and for years has collaborated with the libraries of the area as a referent for projects and workshops for the promotion of reading. In the school field she also deals with ways to promote inclusion and prevent bullying and cyberbullying.

She loves cats and grunge music and plays the electric bass guitar.

She is the author of the novels Le farfalle indiscrete (Einaudi Ragazzi 2014) and La versione del cuore (Edizioni EL 2015). Since 2018 she has collaborated with Book on a Tree as an author and ghostwriter.

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:15

Agnese Innocente

Agnese Innocente, born in 1994, has had an unbridled passion for drawing and storytelling since she was a child. She made her debut with drawing and colour with the graphic novel Dieter is dead (texts by Federico Chemello and Maurizio Davide Furini). In 2019 she worked as the full author of the re-adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (2019). In 2020, together with Sergio Rossi, she published the young adult graphic novel Giratondo.

She collaborates with many companies in the US, including Disney USA, Papercutz, and Space Between Entertainment. In Italy, she collaborates as an illustrator with several publishing houses such as Mondadori, Piemme, Giunti, Erickson, De Agostini, and Edizioni EL.

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:19

Alice Coppini

Alice Coppini was born in Novara on the 28th of March 1991. She graduated in illustration from the European Institute of Design (IED) and MiMaster in Milan. In 2017, she was selected for the Illustrators Exhibition at the Bologna Children's Book Fair and nominated at the Nami Island Concours.

She has worked with Editoriale Scienza (Giunti), Giralangolo (Edt edizioni), Il Battello a Vapore, Balivernes éditions and Sinnos.

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:22

Antonio Bonanno

Antonio Bonanno (born in Catania in 1970) is an author and illustrator of children's books published in France and Italy. He has exhibited his works in Italy and abroad in various galleries. He received a special mention at Lucca Junior 2019 and "Bronze" at the 2019 Annual of the Illustrators Association.

He currently lives in Bergamo, teaches illustration and advertising graphics both in the public and private sectors, and works as a freelance graphic designer.

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:27

Carolina Grosa

Carolina Grosa was born in Valle d'Aosta in 1993. She graduated in visual communication, illustration focus, at the IED in Turin, where she later specialised in animated cinema, studying at the Experimental Centre of Cinematography. She works as a freelance illustrator dividing her time between illustration for children (Fabbri, Eli La Spiga), editorial (La Stampa) and scholastic (Rizzoli, Giunti), and advertising graphics (Kinder®, Amuchina®, Grom).

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:31

Gabriele Pino

Gabriele "as a child dreamed of being a wizard, then he began to draw and realized his dream". After graduating from IED Turin with a degree in illustration and visual communication, he works as a freelance illustrator. He draws comics for the weekly magazine "Origami" and for the “LaStampa” newspaper. He creates with the designer and ceramist Cecilia Mosso the line of illustrated ceramics "Memorie": ceramic objects that combine design, illustration and psychology. He has worked for RAIGulp (tv show “La Banda dei Fuoriclasse”).

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 13:35

Irene Penazzi

Irene Penazzi (Lugo, 1989) is a freelance illustrator and author based in Italy. She has a degree in Illustration from the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna, with an internship at the Hamburg University of Applied Science (HAW), Germany. She has collaborated with Hamelin Associazione Culturale (Bologna) and Cineteca di Bologna.

She has got mentions in comic and illustration contests and works with italian publishers Terre di mezzo Editore (Milan), Editoriale Scienza (Trieste), Franco Cosimo Panini (Modena), Il Sicomoro and Il Pozzo di Giacobbe (Trapani), and French publishers Maison Eliza (Nantes) and Bayard Jeunesse (Montrouge).

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Sunday, 11 October 2020 14:43

Only You, Every Day


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