Pablo Salvaje is a Spanish artist who was born in Seville, Spain and lives in Barcelona. He works mainly with artistic printing techniques.
PACO SORDO has more than a decade of experience working in comics, animation, advertising, and books including Fire Truck to the Rescue! and the Tales of Sasha chapter book series. His clients include Nickelodeon, Rovio, Cartoon Network, and Hallmark. He lives in Madrid, Spain.
Page McBrier is a freelance writer and the author of many books for children, including <i>Confessions of a Reluctant Elf</i> and a number of books in the Treehouse Times and the Oliver and Company series, among others. In addition to writing, she has led theater workshops and taught drama in elementary schools. Ms. McBrier currently serves on the board of an arts afterschool program for middle school children. She lives with her husband and their two sons in Rowayton, Connecticut.
<b>Paige Jaeger</b> is a widely published writer, educator, and librarian who loves to foster inquiring minds. After studying Fine Art at Union College and devoting many years to raising her four children, <b> Carol Hill Quirk</b> returned to art in her fifties. She has illustrated numerous books, including <i>A Letter from Ginger Boy, Once There Was No Easter, Sophia's School Worries, Sophia's Best Christmas</i>, and <i>Janie Presents Philip's Snowman.</i>
Paige Keiser grew up during the age of Saturday-morning cartoons. She’s the illustrator for several children’s books including Two Hands to Love You. She currently lives and works in Virginia.
Paloma Valdivia is an illustrator and author of books for children. She has won numerous awards for her many children's books, including an honorable mention for the Bologna Ragazzi Award. Paloma lives in Chile.