Celebrate equality with this beautiful book of biographies featuring fifty historical figures awarded prizes to celebrate their famous (and less-well-known) achievements. Roll up, roll up! The People Awards are about to begin. Who will win the X-ray Award? Who will be named Most Magical Muggle? Who will win the prize for Shaking Up Art? Celebrate with 50 famous people from around the world who made history and changed the world for the better in this beautiful book of biographies with stunning art from award-winning artist Ana Albero. Featuring: Albert Einstein - Wangari Maathai - Abraham Lincoln - Valentina Tereshkova - Leonardo da Vinci - Marie Curie - Mahatma Gandi - Trischa Zorn - Pablo Picasso - J. K. Rowling - Vincent Lingiari - Tim Berners-Lee - Ellen de Generes - Nelson Mandela - Mary Anning - Alfred Nobel - Frida Kahlo - Louis Pasteur - Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Olaudah Equiano - David Bowie - Anne Frank - Confucius - Cleopatra - Pelé - Beethoven - Maria Montessori - Tegla Louroupe - Malala Yousefsai - Isaac Newton - Erno Rubik - Sejong the Great - Jan Amos Komenský - Katherine Johnson - Roald Amundsen - Hanae Mori - Eva Peron - Joan of Arc - Sir Donald Bradman - Queen Anna Nzinga - Rosa Parks - Muhammed Ali - Antonia Rodrigues - Simon Bolivar - Rigoberto Munchu - Antoni Gaudí -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Hans Christian Andersen - Sappho
Ana Albero was born in Alicante, Spain. She studied Visual Communication at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and illustration at the University of the Arts Berlin. She is now based in Berlin, where she works primarily in graphite and colored pencil creating vibrant textured images inspired by old pictures and movies. She is the illustrator of The People Awards and Little People Big Dreams: Coco Chanel.
LILY MURRAY is a freelance writer who has been writing and editing children's books for over 15 years. Her titles for Lincoln Children's Books include Hello, Hot Dog!, Once Upon a Picture and The People Awards. Other recent titles include Dinosaurium for Big Picture Press and World of Cities for Walker Books. She studied English Literature at university and now lives in a cottage on the edge of some woods with two children, a heroic dog and a strange assortment of other animals. She enjoys walking, reading and trips to London on the slightest excuse.