Giulia Lombardo attended Nemo Academy of Digital Arts in Florence, and works as a freelance illustrator for children’s books, as well as a graphic and web designer. She has illustrated <i>Coloring Atlas of the World</i> and <i>Coloring Atlas of Animals</i> for White Star. She lives in Florence.<br /><br /> Cristina Banfi graduated in Natural Sciences at the Università degli Studi, Milan, and has taught at various schools. She is a founding member of the Museum Didactic Association (ADM) and ADMaiora, working in the field of education in museums and exhibitions. For White Star she wrote <i>The Big Book of Giant Animals, The Little Book of Tiny Animals</i>, and <i>The World of Dinosaurs</i>, and cowrote <i>Discover the World of Bugs</i>.<br /><br /> Rita Mabel Schiavo graduated in Biological Sciences from the University of Milan. She is one of the founding members and directors of ADM–Associazione Didattica Museale–and ADMaiora, both of which focus on education and learning in museums, natural parks, sanctuaries, and exhibits.<br /><br /> Cristina Peraboni is a veterinarian who provides refresher courses for teachers and training courses for museum educators. She works for various publishing houses, writing for both children and adults.