©2015-2020 Ana Crespo | Ana Crespo is represented by Deborah Warren, from East West Literary Agency.


Coming in 2021!

Inspired by the 2013 Black Forest Fire, in Colorado, HELLO, TREE tells the story of the relationship between a girl and a tree, and the fire that threatens it. Told through the perspective of the tree, the story shows the forest's life cycle and the role it plays in the life of this one little girl.  Dow Phumiruk, winner of the 2019 Cook Prize, will illustrate. 

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Ana Crespo is at her happiest when she is surrounded by nature. So, Ana spends her summers traveling around the United States, visiting National Parks, and exploring some of the most beautiful places in America. She usually returns from her trips full of ideas for new stories. Ana considers herself lucky for having a career that allows her to keep her imagination alive way beyond her childhood years. Originally from Brazil, Ana lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountain region with her husband and kids.




Illustrated by Nana Gonzalez

Brazilian boy, Felipe, doesn’t own a soccer ball. When it’s his turn to take one to school, he must use a lot of creativity (and a few socks) to solve his problem. Inspired by the childhood stories of the author's father, the book includes animals sounds and words in Portuguese.


Illustrated by Erica Sirotich


JP uses his imagination and a cast of adorable make-believe characters to help young readers understand how to navigate their emotions in a fun and positive way. Perfect for ages 2-5, this series combines simple text and bright illustrations, and uses imaginative play to demonstrate problem-solving and self-soothing skills.

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6 Feb 2019


9:15am to 10:15am

Denver, CO

CCIRA 2020 Conference

Ana will be presenting MATH AND REPRESENTATION IN BOOKS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, during which she will discuss the importance of representation in young children’s books and how the use of inclusive literature can help students develop not only their reading and social competencies, but also their math skills.

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