Eunice and Kate

Mariana Llanos (Author) Elena Napoli (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.59
Publisher
Penny Candy Books
Publish Date
February 11, 2020
Pages
44
Dimensions
6.8 X 8.6 X 0.4 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780999658475

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About the Author

Author Mariana Llanos is a Peruvian-born writer of children's literature. She has published several children's books, including the bilingual Luca's Bridge/El puente de Luca (Penny Candy Books, 2019), and the award-winning bilingual books Kutu, the Tiny Inca Princess (Campoy-Ada Awards ), Poesia Alada (International Latino Book Awards), Tristan Wolf (IPNE Book Awards), among others. In 2017, Mariana received the Oklahoma Human Rights Award for her work visiting schools around the world via virtual technology, to promote literacy. That same year she was selected as the Best Latino Artist by the Hispanic Arts Council of Oklahoma. Mariana developed an early love for reading and writing in her native Peru. She studied theater in Lima, but moved to the United States where she decided to pursue her passion: to become a children's author. She dedicates her time to creating multicultural, poignant, and engaging stories and lives with her husband and their three children in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Elena Napoli is an Italian illustrator and character designer who studied entertainment design at the NEMO Academy of Digital Arts in Florence. Growing up in the Italian art scene, she has drawn for as long as she can remember and has always known that making art would be her future. Starting with digital and traditional techniques, like watercolor and ecoline, Elena initially focused on animated films and then moved to illustrations. Among her interests are music, young adult fiction, children's books, indie video games, films and TV series, as well as her dream of traveling doing what she loves and finding her own place in the world. She lives in Florence, Italy.

Reviews

"Drawing a portrait of your best friend should be no problem, but when bffs Eunice and Kate see how each has depicted the other, their longstanding friendship is put to the test. With opposite personalities and styles, one dreams of gracefully dancing ballet and the other of blasting off into outer space. Inward reflection, a box of crayons, and some wise words from mom help the girls to recognize, appreciate, and promote a spirit of friendship and individuality."--Foreword Reviews