Turn the Page

Author: Maria Loretta Giraldo
Illustrator: Nicoletta Bertelle

Publication date: Aug. 2022, Camelozampa (Italy)
32 pages, hardcover, age 3+

All rights available.

A fast-paced and surprising game, full of discoveries at every turn of the page. In fact, the game of turning the page invites us to immerse ourselves in a fantastic world, where from time to time we are catapulted into a different reality: from the baby born in a garden to flying hanging from the neck of a little bird, from an airplane over the sea to a magician’s pocket…

But Turn the Page game is not just fantasy: it is above all an invitation to recognize the wonder that life has in store for us, with its continuous ability to surprise us.

  • From one of the most famous Italian children’s authors, a book to smile at life and remember that there is always something incredible and surprising waiting for us, on the next turn of the page. 
  • The evocative illustrations by a great artist such as Nicoletta Bertelle add surprise and wonder to each page.

The Author

Maria Loretta Giraldo is a children’s writer with over 100 books published and translated all over the world. She works for publishers such as Giunti, Rizzoli, De Agostini, San Paolo and many more. She is a long-term artistic partner of Nicoletta Bertelle.

The Illustrator

Nicoletta Bertelle has illustrated more than 100 books for many Italian and foreign publishers. One of them was chosen by Rai Tv for a cartoon and she was selected in 2002 for the White Ravens list. She is published by Giunti, San Paolo, Grimm Press and many more. 

Published by Kris Guo

A foreign rights agent for books on art, design, and children's.

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