Patrizia Donaera is a published author and freelance illustrator of children's books and young adult books.
Some of the published credits of Patrizia Donaera include TADPOLES AND FROGS, NIGHT ANIMALS, DOGS, CATS, SEASHORE, DANGEROUS ANIMALS, TREES (illustrated for Usborne Beginners series) and MINIBEASTS, DINOSAURS, PLANET EARTH, MY BODY, SPACE, SCARY ANIMALS, AMAZING INVENTIONS, THINGS THAT GO (illustrated for the series "First Fabulous Facts", Ladybird Books)
Patrizia has recently illustrated the book “I do not want to be a little Mouse”, for the international cooperative project “ Chinese Story Seeds & World’s Illustration Flowers” written by Mr Cao Wenxuan , winner of Hans Christian Andersen Award 2016.
Language:Chinese.HardCover. Pub Date: 2014-11-1 Pages: 36 Publisher: Publishing Co. every day a little mouse. it felt a little mouse when it is no meaning. then began a search for the journey. Stumbled. searching. finally found the little mouse wants to answer it? China Flower Seeds World series is a unique creative picture book works - by China's most important contemporary children's literat... read more
Ladybird's First Fabulous Facts is an illustrated non-fiction series for 3-5 year olds. Fun and fascinating facts engage young children and bring their favourite interests, hobbies and obsessions to life. Space is a fantastic introduction to the solar system for little learners. From planets and stars to rockets, space stations and astronauts, children will discover everything they want to kno... read more
Amazing Inventions: Ladybird First Fabulous Facts
Things That Go: Ladybird First Fabulous Facts
Author: LadybirdPaperbackLadybird's First Fabulous Facts is an illustrated non-fiction series for 3-5 year olds. Fun and fascinating facts engage young children and bring their favourite interests, hobbies and obsessions to life. My Body is a fantastic introduction to the human body. From their head and shoulders, to their knees and toes, young children will discover how the body keeps going i... read more
Dinosaurs: Ladybird First Fabulous Facts Suitable for 3-5 year olds, this title includes facts that engage young children and bring their favourite interests, hobbies and obsessions to life. It shows what these prehistoric creatures looked like, where they lived, what they ate and what happened to them. Full description
When a mysterious Creature appears just beyond the Hollow bearing a shiny object, it is urgent news for those living within the Refuge, especially the Council of the Glade. However, for a young shrew named Thutter, and his three friends, it becomes the occasion for an ill-advised adventure. To leave the Glade is to break the ancient Code and to surrender the protection of the unseen Elders, Ru... read more
Aesop's fables and tales are among the most well-known in the world. Young readers will enjoy the fun and meaningful messages behind these stories. With lovely illustrations and enchanting text, this book of tales and fables--including The Wolf in Sheeps Clothing, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, The Fat Hens and the Thin Hens, and many more--will have children engaged from beginning to end.
In this book, a family of Happy Face Spiders are living in the rainforest. As the baby spiders become old enough, they leave their mother to go and live on their own. Each spider promises to send their mother a post card of their adventures. Through these informative and exciting post cards, as well as the spectacular illustrations, young readers will learn all about the different types of pla... read more
Provides an informative introduction to non-fiction subjects for young readers. This title provides reading practise for children who prefer fact to fiction.
How do dogs say hello? Which kind of dog can't bark? Why do some dogs bury their toys? Find the answers and more in this charming beginning reader, with recommended web sites. 32 pages
Why do cats purr? How do cats say hello? Which cat has no tail? In this book you'll find the answers and lots more about the curious world of cats. 32 pages.
This exploration of night animals is part of a series introducing children to the wonder of the world around them. It has two reading levels, with a simple sentence on each page for beginners, accompanied by more complex information which can be read as the child's ability grows.
by Usborne / Educational Development Corporation 6" x 8.25" hard cover booklet 32 full colored pages Ages 6 and up more more
A gentle, reassuring book that answers a child's first questions about how life begins. Follow this simple photographic story and discover the natural cycle behind the birth of a seedling, duckling, kitten, and baby.
The complex anatomy, physiology, organs, and systems of the human body come to life in fully annotated, three-dimensional, cross-section models, accompanied by close-up full-color photography and an informative text."
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I am book designer with 15 years of experience creating covers and interiors for non-fiction and illustrated books.
I'm an experienced freelance illustrator, specialised in illustrations for children's books, who draws with love and lot's of coffee!