Olga de Dios is a children’s author and illustrator. Educated as an illustrator at the Escuela de Arte 10 school in Madrid and as an architect at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, UPM. In 2013, after winning the Apila Primera Impresión Prize, she published Monstruo Rosa, her first illustrated children’s album, launching a career as an author and illustrator for young people. Monstruo Rosa has been translated into ten languages and distributed in over 15 countries. Her work as an author and illustrator focusses on the transmission of cooperative values and the dissemination of realities about which children need to be more aware. Sexual and emotional diversity, gender equality, respect for the environment, promoting responsible consumerism and the free transmission of culture are some of the themes her works deal with. Olga uses illustration workshops to show children her work and the profession of illustrator. She has published other books as an author and illustrator: Rana de Tres Ojos (2017), Leotolda (2016), La casa encendida (2015) and more.