The Great Book of Olympic Games
By Veruska Motta (Author), Luca Poli (Illustrator)
Every four years, during the summer, the whole world comes together at the Olympic Games to celebrate and support the best athletes from each country. The Games are a worldwide event, but their roots can be found in the heart of the Mediterranean: Greece. The Great Book of Olympic Games starts with the Games’ origins in ancient Greece, and goes on to discuss the evolution of the Games into the modern Games we know today, including the introduction of the Winter Games and the Paralympics. Filled with fun facts, children will discover every statistic, sport, and champion of the games.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Veruska Motta is a writer and author of children's books. She has a strong passion for books, comics, movies, and television series. She is a freelancer and communication expert, and worked in PR for an Italian publishing house.
Luca Poli has been working with children's publishers for many years. His work ranges from graphic design to illustration. He has also worked with graphic design studios on advertising and animation projects.