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Marianna Coppo

Marianna Coppo

  • 5 stars across 13 books
Marianna Coppo is an Italian illustrator who was born in Rome. She studied editorial illustration at MiMaster in Milan, where she further refined her skills in drawing and storytelling. She now works as an illustrator primarily for children's books, and co-curates her independent shop and label called Tentacoli. She lives in Rome.
26th May 2020


(5 reviews) Review
1st October 2017


Shortlisted for the 2018 4-11 Picture Book Awards Is Petra a mountain? An egg? Who knows! She's a rock an... MorePetra

(3 reviews) Review
18th January 2022


(1 review) Review
1st May 2018

A Very Late Story

“. . . a head-spinning yet easygoing lesson in finding your own voice, and your own fun.”–The New York TimesAn offbeat s... MoreA Very Late Story

(0 reviews) Review
11th February 2020

Such a Good Boy

The ultimate kids' book about dogs, being good, being bad, and being yourself! From the award-winning, critically accla... MoreSuch a Good Boy

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17th March 2022

A Brave Cat

Olivia is an indoor cat - a brave adventurer, a tireless traveler, and a fearless explorer who is never afraid. From hun... MoreA Brave Cat

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Fish and Crab

A humorous and clever picture book about the importance of sharing big feelings with a trusted friend. Fish and Crab are... MoreFish and Crab

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Where's Randolph?: Lift-the-Flap Book

Lift the flaps for a highly amusing hide-and-seek game! Randolph isn't very good at hide-and-seek, and where he thinks a... MoreWhere's Randolph?: Lift-the-Flap Book

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