Diana Coronado was born in Mexico City in 1976 and grew up in Cuernavaca (Mexico). She has lived in Boston (USA), Tokyo (Japan), and Vienna (Austria). She has published four books with Editorial Edelvives: Emilia y el mar (2014), an illustrated album for kids, La revelación de los reinos (2015), a scientific novel for kids, and two novels for young adults, Luz en el claustro (2016) and El beso (2017). Her book ¡Eureka! Lo encontré (2014), cowritten with the renowned Mexican scientist Julia Tagüeña, was published by the National Council for the Arts in Mexico. Her latest book of Japanese poetry for kids, Música de Ranas, Haiku para niños, cowritten with Monserrat Loyde, was recently selected by the Ministry of Culture in Mexico and will be published this year. Since 2016 she lives in Hong Kong with her husband, her daughter and her son.
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