Desarrollos diferentesEstelí Meza, Felipe López Salán, Flavia Zorrilla, Jacobo Muñiz, Jesús Cisneros, Jokin Mitxelena, Juan Palomino, Laura Pérez, Maite Gurrutxaga, Noemí Villamuza and Pati Aguilera participate in the psychology manual Different Developments (Sanz and Torres), coordinated by Belén Gutiérrez Bermejo and Ángeles Brioso Díez, for the Uned.
Llamarse nadieGermán Gómez Arranz illustrated the cover for Llamarse nadie (Difácil), written by Salvador Galán Moreu.
Minerva WatsonEl extraño caso del fantasma que no era is the second adventure of Minerva Watson (Edebé), collection written by Carlos Salem and illustrated by Maria Simavilla.
Nadal no GaiásThe circus is the star of the Nadal no Gaiás program in Cidade da Cultura. Cinta Arribas illustrated its poster. Christmas and the circus have much in common: magic, fantasy, illusion...
Twenty years with APIVThe Associació Professional d'Il·lustradors de València (APIV) celebrates 20 years and the Generalitat of Valencia celebrates it editing an illustrated calendar for protocol use with different creators. Laura Pérez interprets her December while we wish APIV, at least, another 20 decades of activity.
El PaísOn constitutional and territorial reforms have been the last collaborations of Nicolás Aznárez in El País.
In viaggio con LloydAn introspective journey, in search of the wisdom that flees, along with the two protagonists Sir and Lloyd, his imaginary butler. In viaggio con Lloyd (Rizzoli Lizard), second novel written by Simone Tempia amd illustrated by Gianluca Folì.
El País SemanalSol Undurraga collaborates with El País Semanal. She illustrated the article Hombres, uníos a la lucha por la igualdad (Men, join the struggle for equality).
Ilustrísimo PlanetaIn these days of so much cold and so much night, on Ilustrísimo Planeta, the luminous section of El Asombrario and Ecoembes, a sun by Cecilia Moreno.
LeaozinhoCinta Arribas illustrated the solidarity calendar of Leaozinho. All proceeds will go to support their music schools in the refugee camp of Dakhla (Sahara) and the favelas of the Complexo de Maré (Rio de Janeiro).
Phobias and FiliasFlavia Zorrilla and Estelí Meza publish their collective calendar for another year, with other fantastic Mexican illustrators, with El tiempo no perdona. In 2018 they dedicate its pages to Phobias and Filias.
Mi hermano derechaA boy with the potential to have the ball with the fastest ball of all times starred Mi hermano derecha, the novel with which Pamela Pulido has won the SM Award El Barco de Vapor from Mexico. The book was presented at the FIL of Guadalajara, illustrated by Álex Herrerías.
BrujarellaThule just published Brujarella, by Iban Barrenetxea, at an colour edition.
Christmas cards for CorreosCorreos invites us to congratulate the Christmas with this collection of cards for 2017, illustrated by Álex Herrerías, David de las Heras, Iban Barrenetxea, Jesús Aguado, Maite Gurrutxaga and Noemí Villamuza.
Supermothers and SuperfathersCinta Arribas illustrated the article Pediatría en la era de las supermadres y los superpadres for Sinc.
Family CircleWork and social media, article illustrated by Laura Pérez for the magazine Family Circle.
Criminales y fracasadosEstelí Meza illustrated the cover for Criminales y fracasados (Pollo Blanco), written by Felicita Hoppe.
FugasDavid de las Heras illustrated the cover for Fugas (Blackie Books), written by James Rhodes.
La merienda del parqueDid you know that parks also snack? Alberto, in this fun adventure, discover us the wonderful fauna that lives there thanks to Cecilia Moreno (illustrations) and Pablo Albo (text) in La merienda del parque (Narval).
Medina AzaharaAn occasion to discover the most beautiful sight ever in the eyes of a man. In Medina Azahara, city of legend (Ediciones Jiracebra) with text by Manuel González Mestre and illustrations by Jacobo Muñiz.
Pequeña & Grande at La CentralApúntate al taller de Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes en La Central de Callao (Madrid). Conocerás la pequeña historia de esta gran poeta. Y podrás dibujar tu propia portada de la colección en el taller de dibujo de la mano de Cinta Arribas y Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara, las autoras de este libro.
GaltzagorriIban Barrenetxea has published an illustrated alphabet with his favorite characters from children's literature for Galtzagorri Elkartea.
The forests"The forests, silent stores of pure air" is the theme of Cecilia Moreno's new ecoviñeta for Ilustrísimo Planeta on El Asombrario & Co.
¿Qué está pasando allá arriba?Three furious frogs and a happy pig star in ¿Qué está pasando allá arriba? (What's happening up there?), published by Ekaré, the first picture book written and illustrated by Jazmin Villagrán.
El TigreAt the age of nineteen Joël Dicker was presented to a youth literary contest with his long story El Tigre (The Tiger). Later, the president of the jury would confess that they had dismissed it because it did not seem credible that such a young person had written it. Alfaguara publishes this story in an edition illustrated by David de las Heras.
Hall of CordobaCinta Arribas collaborates at Children's Book Hall of Cordoba, where she'll talk about the poet Gloria Fuertes.
Kei y el Coloso de RodasAn island, an engineer, a girl, Alexander the Great, the god of Rhodes ... they meet in Kei y el Coloso de Rodas (Ediciones Norma), written by María García Esperón and illustrated by Álex Herrerías.
Tolstoi's talesA wolf that talks with the children, a lion that knows how to be a good friend, a clueless bear, a captive goldfinch and several puppies take us on a journey through the imagination of Lev Tolstoi in Cuentos de niños (Secretaría de Cultura de México), adapted by Selma Ancira with the illustrations of Flavia Zorrilla.
WHOLaura Pérez participated in the World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017 promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO).