Maestro, Giulio

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MAESTRO, Giulio

MAESTRO, Giulio. American, b. 1942. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction, Illustrations. Career: Freelance writer, designer, and illustrator, 1969-. Assistant to Art Director, Design Organization, Inc., NYC, 1965-66; Assistant Art Director, Warren A. Kass Graphics Inc., NYC, 1966-69. Publications: The Beginning of the Armadillos, 1970; The Tortoise's Tug of War, 1971; The Remarkable Plant in Apartment 4, 1973; One More and One Less, 1974; Leopard Is Sick, 1978; Leopard and the Noisy Monkeys, 1980; A Raft of Riddles, 1982; Riddle Romp, 1983; Halloween Howls, 1983; Around the Clock with Harriet, 1984; What's a Frank Frank?, 1984; Razzle-Dazzle Riddles, 1985; (with H. Sattler) Train Whistles, 1985; What's Mite Might?, 1986; More Halloween Howls, 1992; (with M. Maestro) Riddle City, USA, 1994; Macho Nacho, 1994; (with M. Maestro) What Do You Hear When Cows Sing?, 1996; The Geese Find the Missing Piece, 1999; The Story of Clocks and Calendars, 1999. WITH B. MAESTRO: A Wise Monkey Tale, 1975; Where Is My Friend?, 1976; In My Boat, 1976; Harriet Goes to the Circus, 1977; Lambs for Dinner, 1978; Harriet Reads Signs and More Signs, 1981; Traffic: A Book of Opposites, 1981; Just Enough Rosie, 1983; (and E. DelVecchio) Big City Port, 1983; Through the Year with Harriet, 1985; Ferryboat, 1986; Dollars and Cents for Harriet, 1988; Taxi: A Book of City Words, 1989; Snow Day, 1989; Delivery Van, 1990; A Sea Full of Sharks, 1990; A More Perfect Union, 1990; The Discovery of the Americas, 1991, Activities Book, 1992; All Aboard Overnight, 1992; Bike Trip, 1992; Take a Look at Snakes, 1992; How Apples Grow, 1992; The Story of Money, 1993; Exploration and Conquest, 1994; Bats: Night Fliers, 1994; The Voice of the People/American Democracy in Action, 1996; The Story of Religion, 1996; New Americans: Colonial Times, 1620-1989, 1998; Struggle for a Continent: The French and Indian Wars, 2000. Address: c/o HarperCollins Publisher, 1350 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY 10019, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]