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Inese Zandere

  • 4 stars across 1 book
    Inese Zandere has been writing since 1990 and is one of the foremost poets for children in Latvia with fice poetry collections to her name. She is also one of Latvian's best-loved authors of novels and fiction, with over twenty novels published to date. Inese Zandere is also the chief editor and publisher at the Riga children's publishing house, Liels un mazs.

    Catherine Ann Cullen is a poet for both adults and children with two picturebooks and two collections of poetry previously published. She is the winner of multiple awards for poetry, including the Frances Ledwidge Award, and works in schools and libraries all over the country to promote and teach creative writing to young people.

    Petersons' first illustrated book was published in 2007, and since then he has established himself as one of the most productive contemporary illustrators in Latvia with over 20 children's books under his belt. Petersons style pays great attention to character detail, with authentic emotion captured through expressive faces and strong palettes. Petersons uses both traditional and digital media.
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