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Xanthe Bouma

<b>Xanthe Bouma </b>is an illustrator who has enriched a variety of comics, games, and books with colorful magic - including the graphic novel <i>5 Worlds</i>. Based in Southern California, Xanthe draws inspiration from cooking good food, napping with cats, and exploring the local beachside.

Xavier Bonet

<b>Xavier Bonet</b> is an illustrator and comic book artist who lives in Barcelona with his wife and two children. He has illustrated a number of middle grade books including <i>Omnia, </i> by Laura Gallego; Michael Dahl's Really Scary Stories series; and the Keepers trilogy, by Lian Tanner. He loves all things retro, video games, and Japanese food, but above all, spending time with his family. Visit him at www.xavierbonet.net/ and follow him on Twitter or Instagram @xbonetp.

Xavier Deneux

Xavier Deneux trained as a set designer but then applied a lifelong passion for child development to more than 100 books, including the TouchThinkLearn series. He lives in Paris, France.

Xavier SalomĂł

Illustrator XAVIER SALOMÓ was born in Barcelona. He studied illustration, drawing, and printing at the Massana School of Barcelona and art history at the University of Barcelona. He’s worked as an illustrator and graphic designer for various advertising agencies and publishers. In 2006 he won the Junceda Prize for his book The Sounds of . . .

Ximo Abadia

Ximo Abadia is a Spanish author and illustrator of children's books, graphic novels, and comics. He was a finalist for the Golden Pinwheel Young Illustrator Competition. Ximo's magazine covers, editorial art, and work in advertising are familiar throughout Europe. His clients include Templar, SM, Edelvives, Sins Entido, Impedimenta, Flamboyant, Free Will, Diabolo, Tribe, Dibbuks, TTT, Takatuka, El Español, Malpensante, Sixth Floor, Panenka Magazine, and The Tide.

Xindi Yan

Xindi Yan left behind a small city in China to realize her dream of being a published artist. Having always wanted to illustrate children’s books, she buried herself in countless books and drawings, collecting them even today. Xindi currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband and dreams about having a puppy in the near future.

Xun Liu

Xun Liu, who resides in Nanjing, China, studied craft design and worked as a designer and animator. She went on to study classical painting techniques and began creating children’s picture books after her daughter was born.