Gianna Marino, author portrait
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Gianna Marino

Gianna Marino has written and illustrated many highly acclaimed picture books, including Don’t Let Them Disappear by Chelsea Clinton. Gianna was born in San Francisco and spent her early years galloping horses through Golden Gate Park. She’s made a living as an apprentice to a muralist, a jewelry designer, a product designer, and a horse-carriage driver. Addicted to foreign adventure, Gianna has traveled the world, from Mongolia to Ethiopia to tiny towns in South America. Between explorations, she lives and works in Southern Colorado. You can visit Gianna Marino at GiannaMarino.com or follow her on Instagram @GiannaMarinoBooks or on Facebook at Facebook.com/GiannaMarino.

Books

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