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Giulio Maestro

Giulio Maestro
Born in New York City, Maestro later graduated from Cooper Union with a Master's of Fine Arts degree.  Beginning first with a career in advertising, Maestro then turned to illustrating books for other authors.  Having begun in 1969, Maestro has since illustrated many more than 100 books, authored some of his own stories and riddles, and teamed up with his wife Betsy, an author.  When he isn't traveling for research, talking to children at schools or libraries, Maestro is busy working on another project.  Currently this talented, award-winning illustrator lives in New Mexico with Betsy and their family pets.

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Discovery of the Americas
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
1st edition from HarperCollins
for 4th-6th grade
in Exploration (1450-1900) (Location: B01-05A)
Exploration and Conquest
The American Story Series
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
from HarperCollins
for 3rd-7th grade
in Exploration (1450-1900) (Location: B01-05A)
More Perfect Union
The American Story Series
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
from HarperCollins
Historical Reference for 2nd-6th grade
in New Nation (1783-1800) (Location: B01-10D)
New Americans
The American Story Series
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
from HarperCollins
for 3rd-7th grade
in Colonial America (1690-1765) (Location: B01-09A)
Story of the Statue of Liberty
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
from William Morrow & Company
Historical Non-Fiction for 2nd-4th grade
in Immigration & Emigration (Location: B01-22B)
Struggle for a Continent
The American Story Series
by Betsy & Giulio Maestro
from HarperCollins
Historical Reference for 3rd-6th grade
in Colonial America (1690-1765) (Location: B01-09A)