Iacopo Bruno is an illustrator and graphic designer living in Milan, Italy.
<b>Ian Beck</b> is an illustrator and author living in London. He was the illustrator of the album cover of Elton John's <i>Goodbye Yellow Brick Road </i>and has written and illustrated numerous titles for children including <i>The Teddy Robber, Tom Trueheart</i>, <i>Pastworld</i>, and <i>The Jungle Books. </i><br />
Ian Falconer is the author and illustrator of the Olivia book series, including <i>Olivia</i>, <i>Olivia Helps with Christmas</i>, <i>Olivia and the Fairy Princesses</i>, <i>Olivia and the Missing Toy</i>, <i>Olivia Saves the Circus</i>, to name a few. Falconer's illustrations have graced numerous covers of <i>The New Yorker</i>. He has also designed sets and costumes for the New York City Ballet, the San Francisco Opera, the Royal Opera House, and many others. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
<b><b>Ian Fleming</b></b> worked as a journalist, a stockbroker, and an assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence in the Admiralty in London during World War II, a job that amply qualified him for writing internationally best-selling thrillers about super-spy James Bond. Ian Fleming wrote <i>Chitty Chitty Bang Bang</i> for his young son and died in 1964, two months before the book was first published.<b>
<b>Ian Graham</b> is the joint winner of the 2012 Royal Society Young People's Book Prize for the best book that communicates science to young people. He was shortlisted in 2014 for the Educational Writers' Award in the UK.<br /><b>Carles Ballesteros</b> was born in Badalona, near Barcelona, in 1977. He now lives in Santiago de Chile, where he teaches illustration classes at the local university and works as an illustrator for various publishers.<br />
Ian Lendler is the author of the acclaimed Stratford Zoo graphic novel series and the picture books Undone Fairy Tale, Saturday, and One Day a Dot. He is at one with the universe, but only when eating pizza. He lives near San Francisco, California.
Ian McAllister is an award-winning photographer and author of many books. He is the founding director of Pacific Wild, a Canadian nonprofit wildlife conservation group. He lives with his family on the coast of British Columbia. For more information, visit www.pacificwild.org.
<b>Ian Mutch</b> is an Australian artist exploring beauty through nature, narrative, and details. He creates work on a variety of scales using acrylics, aerosol, and inks. He designs and co-publishes <i>Kingbrown Magazine</i> and has been an industry speaker at Agideas Melbourne, the Design Institute of Australia, and Semi Permanent.
Ian Schoenherr grew up near Locktown, New Jersey. He has written and illustrated three books—Read It, Don't Eat It!; Cat & Mouse; and Pip & Squeak—and illustrated numerous books by other authors, including Little Raccoon's Big Question, by Miriam Schlein. The artist lives in Woodside, New York.
Ian Whybrow became a published author at age 10, when the local paper printed his poem about a dead cat. Since then, he has written numerous books for children, ranging from picture books to novels. <i>Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs </i>(under its original title, Sammy and the Dinosaurs) was an American Bookseller Kids' Pick of the Lists selection. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Herefordshire, England.