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María Simavilla illustrated one of the texts selected at the 58th edition of the Coca-Cola Young Short Story Talent Contest.

Versión original

Automática Editorial publishes Versión original. Memorias literarias narradas a Oleg Dorman, with a portrait of Lilianna Lunguiná illustrated by David de las Heras on the cover.

La Compagnia delle Illusioni

Gianluca Folì illustrated the cover of the novel La Compagnia delle Illusioni, written by Enrico Ianniello (Feltrinelli).

Elephant, giraffe or stork

There is nothing impossible, as is demonstrated by the protagonist of Elephant, Giraffe or Stork, an picture album that Estelí Meza has illustrated in the Kalimat publishing house (Arab Emirates).

A viking Story

Nicolás Aznárez illustrated Full Sail Ahead: A viking Story, written by Liors Klirs and published by Great Minds in association with Wilson Language Training, publisher of Fundations.

When Cesar Chavez Climbed the Umbrella Tree

In the book When Cesar Chavez climbed the umbrella tree, published by
Capstone (USA), Rachael Hanel (text) and Álex Herrerías (illustrations) tell us the childhood of César Chávez, famous for his role as leader of civil rights.

Around the World in Eighty Days

Laura Pérez illustrated Julio Verne's classic, Around the World in Eighty Days, for the Bromera's mini CLÀSSICS collection.

Quiero una ballena

"My mother and I do not have the same idea of what a whale is." With this forcefulness begins
Quiero una ballena (I want a whale), a story by NiñoCactus illustrated by Cecilia Moreno and edited by Savanna Books.


Jesús Cisneros illustrated the cover of Descendientes (Descendants), written by Nicolás Muñoz, in Automática Editorial.

Cuarenta cuentos a todo vapor

Cecilia Moreno and Ana Pez participate in
Cuarenta cuentos a todo vapor (Forty stories in full steam), an anthology of forty stories created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Barco de Vapor collection at SM.

Brujarella y la Diva

She's back, and this time she's not going to let the witches blow it all over again. First she'll have to destroy them.
Thule published the second number of the saga of Iban Barrenetxea: Brujarella y la Diva (Brujarella and the Diva).

Clones en stock

Laura Pérez illustrated the cover of
Clones en stock, a classic of youth science fiction by Pascale Maret, for Milan Édtitions.

Estampas sanguinas

Pati Aguilera illustrated Estampas santiaguinas (Letra Capital Ediciones). The Oreste Plath's urban chronicles selected for first time and published at a special book.

The Alchemist

Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist has touched the lives of millions of people. In this spectacular first
Folio Society edition, Jesús Cisneros’s stunning illustrations work in perfect harmony with the narrative.

Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anuska Allepuz (illustrations) and María Isabel Sánchez Vergara (text) tell us the life of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of the popular Anne of Green Gables, on Alba Editorial (Spain) and Frances Lincoln Children's Books (United Kingdom).

A hobbit, a wardrobe and a great war

David de las Heras illustrated the cover for Un hobbit, un armario y una gran guerra (A hobbit, a wardrobe and a Great War), published by Larrad Ediciones, an essay about J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.

Centre comercial L'Oblit

Where will things that we lose go to? Perhaps we find an explanation in Centre Comercial L'Oblit (
Andana Editorial), work with which Purificació Mascarell has won the Enric Lluch Children's Narrative Award and that Laura Pérez has illustrated.

El escándalo del siglo

David de las Heras painted to Gabriel García Márquez on the cover of El escándalo del siglo (
Random House Literature), anthology of his journalistic work with more than fifty representative texts throughout his career.

Em algum lugar do mundo

Jacobo Muñiz illustrated Em algum lugar do mundo (Editora do Brasil), written by Anna Claudia Ramos. 


Juan Palomino illustrated Caminar (Nórdica Libros) with texts by William Hazlitt and Robert Louis Stevenson.

Por encima de rama y hoja

Antonio Santos illustrated a very popular tale from the Pyrenees, which Sandra Araguás adapts for Editorial Sin Cabeza:  Por encima de rama y hoja (Above branch and leaf).

Contemporary illustration in children's literature

The SM Foundation and the Obra Social "la Caixa" organize, at Caixaforum Madrid, the collective exhibition Illustrate. The contemporary illustration in children's literature. The exhibition brings together the artistic and editorial work of the winners of the International Illustration Award Bologna Fair-SM Foundation, where Juan Palomino participates.

Teresa la princesa

The tandem Margarita del Mazo (text) and Cecilia Moreno (illustrations) publishes new story for babies: Teresa la princesa (Ediciones Jaguar).

La danza de los demonios

This novel, written by Esther Singer Kreitman, passionately portrays the world of Jewish Warsaw. Published in Poland in 1936, La danza de los demonios constitutes a literary rediscovery by Xordica Editorial with the covered illustrated by Antonio Santos.


Pengüi, a character created by Álex Herrerías, you will learn more about the different worlds that the Penguin Random House authors have created for you.

Stories and legends from Latin America

The anthology compiled by Gloria Cecilia Díaz with the illustrations by Estelí Meza, published by Anaya, guide us through stories and legends that take us by the hand along the paths of the ancestral imagination of Latin Americans.

I hate everyone

Cinta Arribas illustrated I Hate Everyone, published by 
POW! (USA). In spare, poignant, direct prose, I Hate Everyone, written by Naomi Danis, paints a nuanced and honest portrait of the complex emotional lives of children.

Correr, viajar, vivir

Laura Pérez illustrated the cover of Correr, viajar, vivir (
Temas de Hoy), a tour of the 17 autonomous communities for lovers of running.

Penny Berry y el anillo de Shazzan

At this new book of the saga, written by Lluís Prats and illustrated by María Simavilla for
SM, the great exodus has begun. All the creatures from Amhuinn go to the refuges of Cairngorms.

El maleficio de la princesa

Jesús Aguado illustrated
El maleficio de la princesa, written by Antonio A. Gómez Yebra, for Anaya Infantil.


Maite Gurrutxaga illustrated a new edition of Inari, Laponiako lore, novel by Joseba Ossa published by begiko.

Gamer & héroe

Raúl Allén illustrated the cover of
Gamer & héroe (Ediciones Martínez Roca). A story written by the popular The Catacroquer, set in the League of Legends universe. This is one of the most popular video games on the net and the world of e-sports.

Ibargüengoitia's tales

Grupo Planeta celebrates the nine decades of the birth of the Mexican writer Jorge Ibargüengoitia with a series of special editions, including Cuentos para niños, illustrated by Juan Palomino.

Virginia Woolf, las olas

Jesús Marchamalo (text) and Antonio Santos (illustrations) publish Virginia Woolf, las olas with Nórdica Libros at its collection dedicated to the life of authors.

Arab legends

Protecting the oral tradition of Arab legends is the objective of the book published by the
Institut du Monde Arabe. Estelí Meza illustrated the story El vaso encantado, while Flavia Zorrilla illustrated El leñador y el genio.

Minerva Watson

El extraño caso del fantasma que no era is the second adventure of Minerva Watson (
Edebé), collection written by Carlos Salem and illustrated by Maria Simavilla.

In viaggio con Lloyd

An introspective journey, in search of the wisdom that flees, along with the two protagonists Sir and Lloyd, his imaginary butler. In viaggio con Lloyd (Rizzoli Lizard), second novel written by Simone Tempia amd illustrated by Gianluca Folì.


Thule just published Brujarella, by Iban Barrenetxea, at an colour edition.

La merienda del parque

Did you know that parks also snack? Alberto, in this fun adventure, discover us the wonderful fauna that lives there thanks to Cecilia Moreno (illustrations) and Pablo Albo (text) in La merienda del parque (Narval).

Pequeña & Grande at La Central

Apúntate al taller de Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes en
La Central de Callao (Madrid). Conocerás la pequeña historia de esta gran poeta. Y podrás dibujar tu propia portada de la colección en el taller de dibujo de la mano de Cinta Arribas y Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara, las autoras de este libro.

Kei y el Coloso de Rodas

An island, an engineer, a girl, Alexander the Great, the god of Rhodes ... they meet in Kei y el Coloso de Rodas (Ediciones Norma), written by María García Esperón and illustrated by Álex Herrerías.

Tolstoi's tales

A wolf that talks with the children, a lion that knows how to be a good friend, a clueless bear, a captive goldfinch and several puppies take us on a journey through the imagination of Lev Tolstoi in Cuentos de niños (Secretaría de Cultura de México), adapted by Selma Ancira with the illustrations of Flavia Zorrilla.

Tigre batekin bizi

A new story or graphic poem for adults comes from the hand of Harkaitz Cano (text) and Maite Gurrutxaga (illustrations). Tigre batekin bizi (Elkar) shows the restlessness and commotion that arises when living with a tiger and raises several questions derived from the situation.

El príncipe moro

A prince who loses his kingdom is the protagonist of El príncipe moro y el pescadito de oro (Cataplum Libros), written by Fernando Paz Castillo and illustrated by Jesús Cisneros. The fairy that protects him will give him the opportunity to recover it.

Educar en lenguaje positivo

Noemí Villamuza illustrated the explanations of Luis Castellanos on the importance of language in the education of our children for Educar en lenguaje positivo (Paidós).

Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes

Cinta Arribas illustrated Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes for
Alba Editorial. She is one of the great Spanish poets of the twentieth century and a referent of children's literature.

Gutenberg, an amazing inventor

Vegueta Ediciones launches Genios de la Ciencia, the series of biographies of the most important scientists and inventors. The collection starts with Gutenberg, un inventor impresionante, illustrated by Noemí Villamuza.

El día de tu cumpleaños

Grafito Ediciones celebrates the centenary of the Chilean Violeta Parra with a special edition of El día de tu cumpleaños, illustrated by Pati Aguilera.

White Ravens 2017

El secreto de Enola (
Edelvives), by Daniel Hernández Chambers (text) and David de las Heras (illustrations), has been included by the Internationale Jugendbibliothek (International Youth Library) on its catalog White Ravens 2017.

Los días de Lía

Maite Gurrutxaga illustrates Los días de Lía in El Barco de Vapor (SM), in which the writer Edmée Pardo talks about the changes.

Minerva Watson

El asombroso caso de las sombras equivocadas is the first adventure of Minerva Watson (Edebé), collection written by Carlos Salem and illustrated by Maria Simavilla.

Cariño de cerdo

Álex Herrerías illustrated
Cariño de cerdo (Edebé), a story written by Elizabeth Cruz.

Erik Vogler: Sin corazón

A new case for the most freak detective of history in a new title of Erik Vogler (
Edebé): Sin corazón. Pure thriller written by Beatriz Osés with cover illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea.

Las aventuras de Brócole

How is the life of a broccoli? Brocole withers at a store because children do not pay attention to its benefits, as Ana Pérez Zaldívar (text) and Jazmin Villagrám (illustrations) tells in Las aventuras de Brócole (The Adventures of Brocole), published by Alfaguara Infantil.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Mini Classics of
Bromera adapts The hunchback of Notre Dame, illustrated by Noemí Villamuza.

CCEI Award

The publishing house Edelvives with The Secret of Enola, illustrated by David de las Heras and written by Daniel Hernández Chambers, has won the CCEI Illustration Award. Congratulations!

El foraster

Laura Pérez participates in the campaign
Llegir en valencià, les nostres contalles (Read in Valencian, our stories), promoted by Fundació Bromera, illustrating El foraster (The stranger), novel written by Joanjo Garcia. The titles will appear weekly at the kiosks.

Lila Sacher y la expedición al norte

A fantastic and exciting trip where everything is possible, from the imagination of the writer Catalina González Vilar and the illustrations of Anuska Allepuz: Lila Sacher y la expedición al norte (Lila Sacher and the expedition to the north), SM.

Más allá del mar de las tinieblas

In Más allá del mar de las tinieblas (
Siruela), with cover illustrated by Juan Palomino, we immerse in the magical history of the writing.

Ilumina 2017

Cinta Arribas illustrated the official poster for Ilumina Castiila y León 2017, meetings about illustrations in the book fairs organized by Junta de Castilla y León.

Patios from Cordoba

We invite you to visit some magical and unique places with the book Los patios de Córdoba, by Manuel González Mestre (text) and Jacobo Muñiz (illustrations). 

YA.NUNCA, Honorific Mention with Banco del Libro

YA.NUNCA, by Grassa Toro (text) and Cecilia Moreno (illustrations) and published by A Buen Paso, has received a Honorific Mention in the XXXVII Exhibition 'The best books for children and young people' of Banco del Libro (Venezuela).

El coro

Marina Palei takes us to a German farm during the last moments of World War II in El Coro, with cover illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea (Automática Editorial).

Billy Elliot

Who does not know Billy Elliot after the Stephen Daldry's movie? Based on the Lee Hall's script, Melvin Burgess wrote a youth novel whose edition renews El Barco de Vapor (SM-Cruïlla) illustrated by Maria Simaviilla.

Las entrañas del Diablo

Raúl Allén illustrated the cover for Las entrañas del Diablo, published by Martínez Roca.

La Inmortal

Judit is almost twelve and a gift for drawing. She lives with her mother and grandfather in Geneva. Her father, a famous painter, left for Hungary when she was a child. Maite Gurrutxaga illustrates La Inmortal, written by Ricard Ruiz Garzón, Edebé Prize for Children's Literature 2017.

Geografía humana y otros poemas

Nórdica Libros publishes a selection of some of Gloria Fuertes' best poems published between 1950 and 2005, in the centenary of her birth, in dialogue with the graphic work by Noemí Villamuza for this edition.

El abuelo

David de las Heras illustrated the cover of Aleksandr Chudakov's El abuelo (
Automática Editorial), awarded in 2011 with the Russian Booker Prize for the best novel of the decade.

Harrotasuna eta aurrejuzkuak

Jane Austen can be read in Basque thanks to
Elkar, that publishes Harrotasuna eta aurrejuzkuak (Pride and Prejudice) with cover by Iban Barrenetxea.

¿En dónde viven?

A book, written by Sergio de Régules and illustrated by Estelí Meza on
Fondo de Cultura Económica, which awakens the curiosity of the little ones to know how the houses of the different animals are.

Instrucciones para convertirse en pirata

2016 Barco de Vapor Award from Mexico, written by Erika Zepeda, has been illustrated by Anuska Allepuz. Instrucciones para convertirse en pirata (Instructions to become a pirate) was chosen by the jury for his ability to speak of a sensitive subject for children -the absence of the father- with a funny tone.

The Great Mosque of Cordoba

The History of the Great Mosque of Cordoba, from its construction by Abderramán I, in which it was Church of San Vicente, to the extensions of its successors are told by Manuel González Mestre (text) and Jacobo Muñiz in this guide published by Jiracebra Editions.

Había una vez

The story written by María Teresa Andruetto, illustrated by Antonio Sanros, makes us travel at the beginning of the word as a narrative force, posing at the same time the claim of women as transmitter of knowledge.

Penny Berry y el árbol de oro de Shangri-La

It's Christmas! Penny Berry prepares the suitcase to return to Berry Manor, her grandmother Octavia's mansion in Scotland where she spent last summer and the best of his life. Second adventure of this fantastic saga, written by Lluís Prats and illustrated by María Simavilla, with SM.


There is a moment in the life of every child that comes the question: what do you want to be? And even though Ajonjolí is still a small squirrel, its teacher has asked it to think so. Ajonjolí (Grupo Edelvives - Editorial Progreso), is an story written by Roxanna Erdman and illustrated by Álex Herrerías.

El bolso de Blixen

Jesús Marchamalo (text) and Antonio Santos (illustrations) publish
El bolso de Blixen (Blixen's bag) with Nórdica Libros in their collection dedicated to the life of authors.

Toca el piano

James Rhodes, author of the bestseller Instrumental (
Blackie Books) with cover by David de las Heras, and one of the most recognized piano concert master, teaches us now to play the Preludio nº1 in Do C major in six weeks. And he repeats with David and Blackie.

Coco, ¿dónde estás?

Cinta Arribas publishes her first picture book with
Sallybooks: Coco, ¿dónde estás? (Coco, where are you?) The child protagonist looks for his dog Coco, he has lost it at the park while they walked. Coco is neither long nor boring, neither pink nor mischievous, nor small nor fearful, neither stretched nor nervous, neither fat nor smiling... Do you help him to look for it?

Abrir los ojos, oír llover

Darío is 7 years old and he hears; Mateo is 11 and he does not hear, he is deaf. A story for all, deaf and hearing, written by Adriana Zumaya and illustrated by Jesús Cisneros. Published by La Caja de Cerillos.

Maroma y la mariposa roja

Flavia Zorrilla illustrated Maroma y la mariposa roja, written by Ana María Machado and published by Ediciones Castillo.

Un mundo mejor

Eleven creators illustrated ten of the Rights of the Child at Un mundo mejor (A Better World), published by Jaguar. Among them, Jacobo Muñiz, Iban Barrenetxea and Elena Odriozola.

Adiós a los cuentos de hadas

"I like to spend time alone, look at the ceiling and think, just think ... Sing songs ... Imagine that I travel ...", tells
the protagonists of Adiós a los cuentos de hadas (Bye to the fairy tales), published by Ediciones El Naranjo), with text by Elizabeth Cruz Madrid and illustrations by Estelí Meza.


Mexico City is illuminated these days with the 36 FILIJ (International Fair of Children and Youth Book), from 11 to 21 November, whose poster signs Juan Palomino. Among the busy schedule we find the presentation of the latest works by Estelí Meza, Álex Herrerías and Palomino.

Benicio y el Prodigioso Náufrago

The awaited new story written and illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea, Benicio y el Prodigioso Náufrago (
A Buen Paso), is already in the bookstores. A story about the fragility of the human soul illustrated with elegant images that show us the sea and Benicio's boat as immense stage of a small comedy.

Hombre sobre una escultura

This is the life of a group of friends (a photographer, an actress and the dealer of a casino) will accompany Hercules Degard, protagonist and narrator, at his strange attempt to transform society through art.

El cuaderno de Pancha

Flavia Zorrilla illustrated the cover for El cuaderno de Pancha, book prized with the Barco de Vapor Award (SM Mexico).

Prehistoric giants

Gigantes prehistóricos (Prehistoric Giants), published by SM with the magnificent realistic illustrations by Carlos Velázquez, reveals the large animals that lived in prehistoric times: birds, cats, marsupials, whales, horses, rhinos and proboscídeos.

Penny Berry y la pócima mágica

Penny Berry is twelve years old, lives in London with her aunt since her parents died in an accident, and is about to catch a train that will take you to meet her grandmother Octavia. What she doesn't know is that her grandmother's house hidies many secrets. New fantastic saga, written by Lluís Prats and illustrated by María Simavilla, published by SM.

La nina amaziga

Aixa is a girl who is forced from very small to work as a maid in the house of Zahra, a little and capricious girl who treats her like a doll.

Lila Sacher y los Muelles del Horizonte

New book of Lila Sacher's saga, written by Catalina Gonzalez Villar and illustrated by Anuska Allepuz. On this occasion Lila, in the company of Uncle Argus, will try to enjoy a real vacation in Opalina, a famous coastal city legendary worldwide for its beautiful sunsets.

Nariz, naricita

A story full of rhythm about the nose, published by
Combel, can also listen to the beat of music with the rhymes by Mar Benegas and illustrations by Cecilia Moreno.

Illustrated alphabet

Ana Pez and Iban Barrenetxea participated between the 27 Spanish and Latin American illustrators of the illustrated alphabet, written by Carles Cano and published by Anaya.

O conto do carpinteiro

Companhia das Letrinhas just publish the Brazilian edition of El cuento del carpintero, by Iban Barrenetxea. Already go five languages! !! Congratulations!!

Goldie and the chipmunk

Carlos Velázquez illustrated Goldie and the chipmunk, published by Heinemann.

El viaje de Don Quijote

As Azorín did in the early twentieth century, the writer Julio Llamazares recreates one of the great journeys of fiction: Don Quixote by the Spanish geography. He is accompanied with the illustrations of Jesús Cisneros.

Maite Gurrutxaga visits Rome

Maite Gurrutxaga will present at the library Giufa (Rome), on Tuesday May 24 at 18.30, the comic Habiak (which can be purchased at the store) and the book Alderik alde, soon to be published in digital format by Libe edizione. 

Attention gros secret!

The French edition of 
Attention gros secret!, with text by Ilan Brenman and illustrations by Anuska Allepuz, hits bookstores with p'titGlénat.


Alex Herrerias collaborated on the project Histórias de Ajudaris, pioneering and innovative initiative to encourage reading, writing, art and, incidentally, help the needy.

De muerte

Laura Perez illustrated the cover for the collective album De muerte.
GP Editions will publish it in June. She also signs the vignettes of Todos los jueves (Every Thursday), written by Luis Ponce.

5 Patitos

Welcome to Miau Cartón! The new collection of Ediciones Jaguar aimed at the smallest of the house! With it they learn to discover the colors, images, touch... Margarita del Mazo tells and sings popular stories illustrated by Cecilia Moreno.

Mi cara

Welcome to Miau Cartón! The new collection of
Ediciones Jaguar aimed at the smallest of the house! With it they learn to discover the colors, images, touch ... Margarita del Mazo tells and sings popular stories illustrated by Cecilia Moreno.

Nombres en un buzón

Nine stories by Roberto Lumbreras, with cover illutsrated by Germán Gómez Arranz in
Difácil, on issues and capital conflict: the importance of chance and other people's decisions, imposture, hidden homosexuality, adolescence, social hypocrisy, money, sex and love.

Rumor de luz

A journey through the cosmogony of several prehispanic cultures illustrated by Juan Palomino.

Booktrailer of 'Mi hermano pequeño invisible'

Libre Albedrío just published this delicious booktrailer of Mi hermano pequeño invisible (My little brother unseen), by Ana Pez.

Miguel de Cervantes: Caballero de las desdichas

The priest Pedro Pérez, a friend of Cervantes (in fiction), tells the barber Nicholas the miseries of the author of Don Quixote. Miguel de Cervantes: Caballero de las desdichas (Miguel de Cervantes: Knight of the misfortunes), written by Ignacio Padilla and illustrated by Juan Palomino in SM Mexico.


The most intimate and powerfu novell of one of the best storytellers of the present Spanish literature, Miqui Otero. A complex reality with a bright look. Kaleidoscopic, subtle and, above all, live like the cover illustrated by David de las Heras.

Puka, el tractor y las abejas

It didn't seem it would be an especially exciting day for the dog Puka. It was wrong, as evidenced Jokin Mitxelena in Puka, el tractor y las abejas (Puca, the tractor and bee), published with Elkarlanean.

Lagartija sin cola

Azucena the lizard lost its tail of a broom! It feels incomplete and ugly. Graciela Bialet (text) and Alex Herrerías (pictures) tell it in this story published by Pearson.

Reina Palta

Reina Palta, published by Grafito Ediciones, is a compilation of more than forty recipes and healthy tips by the chef Antonia Cafati and the illustrator Pati Aguilera.

Criatures Monstruoses

Iban Barrenetxea illustrated this cover for Tàndem Edicions about the most popular monsters at literature and movies.

Mi pequeño hermano invisible

Mi hermano pequeño invisible (My little invisible brother), by Ana Pez, has been published in Spain by
Libre Albedrío. It is a special book, designed to be enjoyed in physical and direct. This book, selected among 1,250 titles from 42 countries, won a special mention in the category Opera Prima of BolognaRagazzi Awards 2015.

El hombre que nunca reía

Delirious story about the absence of the laugh, illustrated by Alex Herrerías, in El hombre que nunca reía (The man who never laughed) published by Alfaguara.

Atlas de la España imaginaria

Julio Llamazares (text) and David de las Heras (illustration) guide us through their
Atlas de la España imaginaria, in Nórdica Libros, through a fantastic journey through places such as Babia, Jauja or Insula Barataria, all real and legendary.

Chencho y la bombilla mágica

Did you ask where Christmas was? The answer is given by
El Corte Inglés in Chencho y la bombilla mágica (Chencho and the magic bulb), the story of its Christmas campaign, based on an idea of *S, C, P, F... with the artistic direction of Erretres, whose story has been written by Ángel Domingo and illustrated by María Simavilla.

O Meu Irmão Invisível

Orfeu Negro just published in Portuguese O Meu Irmão Invisível, by Ana Pez. This title had a special mention at the Bologna Children's Book Fair with the French edition of L'Agrume.

Don Quixote

Iban Barrenetxea illustrated, on Alfaguara Classics, the classic book of Spanish literature adapted for young readers.

Shakespeare's stories

Jesús Cisneros illustrated Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and A Midsummer Night's Dream in Cuentos de Shakespeare, published by Ediciones Castillo.

Nórdica Infantil

Elena Odriozola illustrated the logo for the collection of Nordica Libros for younger readers of the library.

El bondadoso rey

Valeria Gallo illustrated El bondadoso rey (Fondo de Cultura Económica), written by Toño Malpica.


Instrumental. Memories of music, medicine and madness (
Blackie Books), with cover illustrated by David de las Heras, talks of music as the lifeline of the author: James Rhodes.

Trick or book!

Trick or book! Nórdica Libros publishes a special case for Halloween illustrated by Noemí Villamuza.

Jaguar at IBBY Honour List

Jaguar, corazón de la montaña (Jaguar, heart of the mountain), published by Tecolote / Conaculta, has been included in the IBBY Honour List by Juan Palomino's illustrations. The book, written by Ana Paula Ojeda, brings us to the myths about animals in Mesoamerica and its symbolic value.


Colossal challenge for Jokin Mitxelena. He illustrated an edition of the Bible for young with Verbo Divino.

Un detective al revés

We present the most astute researcher who live in
Un detective al revés (El barco de vapor, SM), by Ángel Fernandez de Cano (text) and Jacobo Muñiz (illustrations).

Las princesas danzarinas

Cecilia Moreno illustrated Las princesas danzarinas and other stories for Santillana.

O home que sabía voar

A fantastic story written by Xabier López López with illustrations of Jacobo Muñiz for Tambre-Edelvives.

Little chickpea

Anuska Allepuz illustrated Little chickpea and other stories for Santillana.

El enigma de La Goupil

Juan Palomino illustrated El enigma de La Goupil, written by Jean Claude Mourlevat and published with Castillo.

La verdadera historia de la muerte de Francisco Franco

Antonio Santos illustrated for
Cuadernos del Vigía this sarcastic story by Max Aub about the dark time lived in Spain with Franco.


Secretos, with text by Ilan Brenman and illustrations by Anuska Allepuz, is now in Spanish published by Ediciones Castillo.

El anillo encantado

The circle of life in
El anillo encantado (The enchanted ring), written by María Teresa Andruetto and illustrated by Jesús Cisneros for Castillo.


Juan Palomino illustrated the cover of Caminar (
Nórdica Libros) with texts by William Hazlitt and Robert Louis Stevenson.

Ratón de campo

Cecilia Moreno illustrated Ratón de campo and other stories for Santillana.

Sabedoria do Califa

Sabedoria do Califa (Editora Ática), Ilan Brenman (text) and Iban Barrenetxea (artwork), recovers a tale of Arab oral tradition.

Segredos de um violino

The Brazilian section of IBBY, Fundação Nacional Do Livro Infantil E Juvenil, has selected Segredos de um violino (Edelbra), written by Fabrício Carpinejar and illustrated by Ana Pez, on the recommendation of its prizes.

El entierro de Genarín

Alfaguara published El entierro de Genarín, written by Julio Llamazares and illustrated by Antonio Santos for a new edition.

Cuentos populares mexicanos

Anthology of 125 stories from Sonora to Chiapas. Juan Palomino participates in this laborious compilation of Fabio Morábito for Fondo de Cultura Economica.


The two main versions of
Cinderella illustrated by Elena Odriozola for Nórdica Libros.


Anuska Allepuz illustrated Abdel (SM), written by Enrique Páez, the life of a young tuareg who travels to Spain.

Un dinosaurio en tu buzón

We have collaborated with
Correos from Spain in the development of various materials related to the launch of a colossal set with dinosaurs as protagonists as Un dinosaurio en tu buzón, book written by Ángel Domingo and illustrated by Carlos Velázquez.

Ilumina 2015

Ana Pez illustrates the official poster for
Ilumina Castiila y León 2015, meetings about illustrations in the book fairs organized by Junta de Castilla y León.

Libros a la calle

Violeta Lópiz and Raúl Allén participate in 'Libros a la calle' campaign, promoted by Publishers Association from Madrid in the public transport.

Onde está a bruxa?

Evelyn Daviddi illustrated Onde está a bruxa?, written by Ilan Brenman, for Editora Scipione's collection called Cubo Mágico.

Covers for Castillo

Gogol, Valle-Inclán, Ovidio... Juan Palomino illustrates covers of classic books for Castillo.

¡Nata y Chocolate invencibles!

Anuska Allepuz illustrates ¡Nata y Chocolate invencibles!, new book by Alicia Borrás in the collection Sopa de Letras (Anaya).

Confesiones de una heredera con demasiado tiempo libre

Confesiones de una heredera con demasiado tiempo libre (
Espasa), with cover illustrated by Gianluca Folì, takes us back to the England of Jane Austen.

Los primates

Discover the amazing world of primates with realistic illustrations by Carlos Velázquez and Fernando Bort's text. Published by SM.

Heart of mountain

Juan Palomino has published with Ana Paula Ojeda the book Jaguar, corazón de la montaña (Jaguar Heart of the Mountain), for Tecolote and Conaculta. This new title is about the myths of animals in Mesoamerica.

El niño que llegó con la niebla

Anuska Allepuz and Paloma Sánchez Ibarzábal introduce
El niño que llegó con la niebla (The child who came with mist), published by Everest. This story was finalist in the Children's Prize Leer es Vivir 2013.


Hermanos (Brothers), published by
Quilombo Ediciones, a very personal book. Pati Aguilera illustrates the text written by Claudio Aguilera.

Gold medal for Folì

Gianluca Folì has won the gold medal awarded by the Society of Illustrators of New York, in the category of books, for his cover of La vita prodigiosa di Isidoro Sifflotin published by Feltrinelli.

Mention for Valeria Gallo

Bostezo (Yawn), by Teresa Jimena Solinís (text) and Valeria Gallo (illustrations), have been recognized with an honorable mention in the XVIII Concurso de Álbum Ilustrado A la Orilla del Viento of Fondo de Cultura Económica.

Teo y Luna

We'll lose the fear of the night with Teo y Luna (Theo and Moon), published by
Bambú, in this tale written by Carmen Gil and illustrated by Jacobo Muñiz.


The book Sonno Gigante, Sonno Piccino (Topipittori), illustrated by Giulia Sagramola, has been selected for the Merit prize in the magazine 3x3 Picture Book Show. Congratulations!

Ghost wanted

We encourage you to enjoy a fun scary with
Ghost wanted -written by Anna Panisello & Estrella Ramón and illustrated by Jacobo Muñiz-, in the collection edited by Combel to learn English.

Infieles y adulterados

Antonio Santos and Adolfo Serra are among the fourteen illustrators involved in the adulterous tales written by Juan Jose Millás and published by Nórdica Libros.


Now we can tell it. Ilan Brenman and Anuska Allepuz published Segredos (Secrets) with Moderna in Brazil.

La casa de al lado

La casa de al lado, spooky story written by Susanna Isern and illustrated by Adolfo Serra, is part of Batiscafo, the book that Kireei will publish soon.

La scimmia for the Andersen Awards

Quando ero solo una scimmia (Zoolibri), by Gianluca Foli (illustration) and Davide Cali (text), is among the finalists in the picture book category of Andersen Award - il mondo dell'infanzia. The winners will be announced on May.

Sonno gigante, sonno piccino

Giulia Sagramola and Giusi Quarenghi publish
Sonno gigante, sonno piccino with Topipittori to suggest that the timing of sleep and the game ranging from the invention in pairs, in the twilight time without granting the dreams of every child.

La sabiduría de los abuelos

Jacobo Muñiz illustrates La sabiduría de los abuelos with McGraw-Hill USA.

Anuska Allepuz in Bologna

Anuska Allepuz's illustrations for
Niña (published by Alfaguara Infantil) will be at Bologna Children's Book Fair. Her work has been selected in the first edition of the Illustrators Exhibition entitled Spotlight on Reading.

Alice and the Evolution Land

With Alicia en el País de la Evolución (
Critica), illustrated by Gianluca Folì, the paleontologist Jordi Agustí reveals several scientific secrets which Carroll hid in his story.


La nueva vida del señor Rutin, written by David Nel·lo, is the winning novel of the XXII EDEBE Award for Children's Literature. The book will be published, illustrated by Laura Pérez, in March.

My first field notebook

Carlos Velázquez is the best guide for Mi primer cuaderno de campo de hábitats de España (
Ediciones SM), written by Fernando Bort. An instructive field notebook about the differents habitats in Spain.

De qué tiene forma un corazón

Jacobo Muñiz illustrates this tender book, published by Imaginarium.

Llama de amor viva

Llama de amor viva, published by Edelvives in Adarga collection, includes a selection of Spanish poetry and mystical ascetic illuminated by Jesus Cisneros.

Three women

Anuska Allepuz illustrates Three women (
Nórdica Libros), a poem written by Silvia Plath for the BBC.

O Cavalampiro

O Cavalampiro, written by Ilan Brenman and illustrated by Valeria Gallo, for the publisher Martins Fontes (Brazil).

The round house

Raúl Allén illustrates a new cover for Siruela: The round house, written by Louise Erdrich.


Elena Odriozola opens up new possibilities of visual storytelling with her little theater of paper for Frankenstein, published by Nørdica Libros.

Il respiro del vento

The wind stars at this book illustrated by Jesus Cisneros. The wind as a metaphor for life.

El valor de un libro

Noemí Villamuza signs a new poster for Germán Sánchez Ruipérez Foundation, destined to the promotion of reading.

Històrias do pai da História

With Històrias do pai da História, published by
Companhia das Letrinhas in Brazil, Ilan Brenman and Anuska Allepuz collect, some of the most interesting and fun passages that Herodotus left us in his chronicles.

Eguberria, National Award

Eguberria, published by Nerea, written by Juan Kruz Igerabide and illustrated by Elena Odriozola, has won the National Award in the category Children and Youth Books.

Where the wild things are

Evelyn Daviddi pays tribute to Maurice Sendak, with 50 other illustrators, to mark the 50th anniversary of Where the wild things are.

My first Vila-Matas

Anuska Allepuz illustrates
Niña, a picture book  written by Enrique Vila-Matas for Alfaguara's collection Mi Primer (My first).

Esta familia que ves

Valeria Gallo illustrates Esta familia que ves (Ediciones SM México), written by Alfonso Ochoa, about different types of family.

White Ravens

Por el color del trigo (The colour of wheat), published by Fondo de Cultura Económica, written by Toño Malpica and illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea, has been selected for the White Ravens 2013 collection.

Érase una aldea sin suerte

Érase una aldea sin suerte, illustrated by Anuska Allepuz, for Edebé publisher.


Antonio Santos illustrates Masa, written by César Vallejo, for Había otra vez, a collection published by  Taller de Comunicación Gráfica, and coordinated by Alejandro García Schnetzer, for Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes de México (CONACULTA).


Poetic acrobatics with Jorge Gonzalvo (text) and Elena Odriozola (illustrations) in Tropecista, published by Bárbara Fiore Editora.

The Star Rover

Iban Barrenetxea illustrates the cover of
El vagabundo de las estrellas (The Star Rover), the last novel written by Jack London, published by Nórdica Libros.

La botella del señor Augusto

La botella del señor Augusto (Edebé) the mad illustrations drawn by  Jokin Mitxelena play with the funny text written by Pello Añorga.

Bombastica eMotion

Amazing the motion of
Bombástica Naturalis, written and illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea, promoted by CJ Foundation from South Korea.

Historias de Mix, de Max, y de Mex

Friendship is the main character in Historias de Mix, de Max, y de Mex (
Espasa), in which Luis Sepulveda writes about his special relationship with cats. Noemí Villamuza illustrates the camaraderie  between a cat with greek profile, a mouse and the boy who lives with them.

Los consejos del pato

McGraw-Hill from USA publishes Los consejos del pato, a funny story illustrated by Felipe Lopez Salán.

Kerida Azubá

Anuska Allepuz illustrates Kerida Azubá, final book of El Barco de Vapor Award in 2012.

Momias en tránsito

Valeria Gallo illustrates Momias en tránsito, written by Sagrario Pinto, for Edelvives.


María Simavilla (illustration) and Antonio Marcos (text) present Amortajado, 'thanks' to disappointment and pain.

Halloween Night

'La tribu de Camelot' live a new adventure in the Halloween Night, written by Gemma Lienas and illustrated by Jokin MItxelena.

La vaca Condesa

Evelyn Daviddi illustrates
La vaca Condesa, written by Juan A. Belmontes and published by OQO.

Miña casiña

Jacobo Muñiz talks with the verses of Rosalia de Castro in Mina Casina, meu lar (Tambre-Edelvives).

Libros a la calle

Violeta Lópiz and Raúl Allén participate in 'Libros a la calle' campaign, promoted by Publishers Association from Madrid in the public transport.

Illustrated biographies

Laura Pérez illustrates, for SM and PPC, various biographies for young readers.

Tal vez sea suficiente

Elena Odriozola illustrates the cover of Tal vez sea suficiente, second novel written by Alejandro Fernandez Aldasoro, published by Txalaparta.

Humor español

Ya se sabe que el humor es una cosa bien seria. Razón por la que Oxford, en su colección El árbol de la lectura, publica Antología del humor español, con textos seleccionados por Vicente Muñoz Puelles e ilustrados por Felipe López Salán.

Robinson Crusoe

Jacobo Muñiz da su versión de Robinson Crusoe, el inmortal personaje de Defoe, en la edición de Clásicos a medida de Anaya.

El viajero sobre la tierra

El viajero sobre la tierra, publicado por Automática Editorial, luce una inquietante cubierta de Iban Barrenetxea. Invita a pasar página, a entrar en el misterio que alberga esa lúgubre casa…

La hoja del arce

La hoja del arce es el relato que Anuska Allepuz ilustra en Cuentos del té y otros árboles, de Mónica Rodríguez, publicado por Everest.

Firmas en la Feria del Libro de Madrid

Agenda de firmas y actos de nuestros ilustradores en la Feria del Libro de Madrid. ¡Disfruten de sus lecturas!

Capitán lo cuenta todo

Adolfo Serra ilustra Capitán lo cuenta todo (Spunky tells all), de Ann Cameron y publicado por Pearson, uno de los 100 libros más populares en la Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York.

Un hombre llamado teatro

Un hombre llamado teatro es el volumen que reúne el legado cultural y vital de Fernando Urdiales, personalidad del mundo del teatro, fallecido en 2010 y director de Teatro Corsario durante tres décadas.

Un águila siempre es un águila

Jokin Mitxelena presenta en la Feria del Libro Infantil de Saarbrücken, el 11 de mayo, Ein Adler bleibt immer ein Adler (Un águilá será siempre un águila) que acaba de publicar con James E. K. Aggrey en la editorial Adinkra.

Blancanieves, de Iban Barrenetxea

Los deseos se cumplen. Uno era ver a Blancanieves a través de la mirada de Iban Barrenetxea. Nórdica Libros lo ha hecho posible.


Jacobo Muñiz y Daniel Nesquenz nos invitan a jugar con las palabras, sumergiéndonos en el océano de Abecebichos (Anaya) guiados por los profesores Nemo Calypso y Nautilus Cousteau.

Los padres de mis amigos

En Los padres de mis amigos, de la serie Azul de Ala Delta (Edelvives), María Simavilla despliega buena parte de su humor más contagioso.

Genaro y el misterio de la mochila verde

A Genaro Conjota Mayúscula le gusta jugar al ajedrez, ver documentales, escuchar su música favorita… Pero, sobre todo, investigar, como un detective profesional, los misterios que surgen en su colegio. En esta ocasión, junto a sus amigos, buscará la solución a las extrañas desapariciones de objetos muy apreciados de todos los compañeros de clase y al misterio de la mochila verde que el nuevo alumno carga siempre a sus espaldas.

O que a terra está falando?

Anuska Allepuz nos aproxima con sus ilustraciones, en O que a terra está falando? publicado por la editorial brasileña Edelbra, a un cuento de la tradición oral judía que alerta de las guerras, revueltas, riñas y peleas provocadas por la posesión de la tierra.

La reina de la remolacha

Después de Filtro de amor, Raúl Allén ilustra la cubierta de otro relato de Louise Erdrich, La reina de la remolacha, en la colección Nuevos tiempos de Siruela.


Eduardo Estrada nos muestra la vida de Yannis, junto la costa griega, en Nicóstrato, de Éric Boisset, publicado en la serie Verde de Ala Delta (Edelvives).

Otra vuelta de tuerca

Las voces más victorianas de Iban Barrenetxea y Henry James se alían para la edición de Otra vuelta de tuerca que publica Biblioteca Teide.

La última función

Para leer esta historia, aconsejan ponerse una nariz de payaso. Si no tienes una a mano, cierra los ojos e imagínatela. O piensa en aquel día en que te pusiste una y se te escapó una sonrisa, o en aquel otro en que hiciste payasadas y a tus amigos les acabó doliendo la barriga de tanta risa. Sin embargo, mira tú que este cuento no es de risa. Al menos, al principio...

Un oso muy viajero

Papá Oso, de Jacobo Muñiz y Ceclia Eudave con A Buen Paso, no para de recorrer mundo. Ha sido publicado en España, Italia, Taiwan, Corea, y Brasil. Seguro que aún le queda sitio en su pasaporte para unos cuantos sellos más.

Víctor Osama


Ganhei uma menina


Los cuentos de Mingabe


Kasweka, de Valeria Gallo


Los cambios de la vida




El cuento del carpintero


Gianluca Folì, bronce de la Society of Illustrators LA


Cómo como

De la relación entre la comida y la cocina da cuenta Cómo como (Ala Delta de Edelvives) para abrir el apetito con las ilustraciones de Valeria Gallo y los versos de Ignacio Sanz.

Daviddi, pequeñas recomendaciones de El Cultural


Letra de Cohen, ilustración de Odriozola


La tribu de Camelot


Pedro y el lobo


Un panal de rica miel


Las piernas de Amaidú


Papá tiene novia


Shadow forest


Cubiertas de Folì para Feltrinelli


Filtro de amor


Cuentos de vampiros


El violín de Pazlús


Antología del Romancero


Felipe López Salán se calza las botas

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