Sara Fanelli

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Sara Fanelli Pinocchio

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Sara Fanelli (born 1969) is a native-Italian British artist and illustrator, best known for her children’s picture books. Fanelli was born in Florence. She came to London to study art at Camberwell College of Art and then the Royal College of Art where she graduated in 1995.

  • Button (London: ABC, 1994)
  • My Map Book (ABC, 1995)
  • Pinocchio Picture Box; Cinderella Picture Box (ABC, 1996)[7]
  • Wolf! (Heinemann, 1997)
  • A Dog’s Life (Heinemann, 1998); US edition, The Doggy Book (Running Press, 1998)
  • It’s Dreamtime (Heinemann, 1999)
  • Dear Diary (Walker Books, 2000)
  • First Flight (Jonathan Cape, 2002)
  • Mythological Monsters of Ancient Greece (Walker, 2002)
  • Pinocchio (Walker, 2003) – an edition of Carlo Collodi, The Adventures of Pinocchio (orig. 1883, Italian), OCLC 51848324[1][a]
  • Sometimes I think, Sometimes I am (Tate Publishing, 2007)
  • The Onion’s Great Escape (Phaidon Press, 2012) – a movable book[clarification needed]
Children’s poetry collections and anthologies
  • Dibby Dubby Dhu and other poems, by George Barker (Faber and Faber, 1997)
  • All Sorts: poems, by Christopher Reid (London: Ondt & Gracehoper, 1999)
  • Alphabetical Order, poetry by Reid (Ondt & Gracehoper, 2001)[9]
  • The New Faber Book of Children’s Verse, ed. Matthew Sweeney (Faber, 2001); reissued 2003 as The New Faber Book of Children’s Verse
  • Sensational!: poems inspired by the five senses, selected by Roger McGough (Macmillan Children’s, 2004) OCLC 60416676