My first great book on birds
At 9 I published my first book, with Stampa Alternativa entitled “My first great book on birds”, where I talk about the main bird species in Italy and their evolution from dinosaurs. The preface is by Emanuele Biggi (conductor of Geo), the presentation by Sara Riello (Director of the Ventotene Migration Museum), the introduction by Filippo Belisario (Communicator of the Lazio Region) and photos by Pietro Iannetta. The book is recommended by the WWF.
My first great book on pterosaurs
At the age of 10 I published my second book, always with Stampa Alternativa, entitled “My first great book on pterosaurs”, where I talk about the ancient flying reptiles, their evolution and their extinction. The preface is by Donatella Bianchi (presenter of Linea Blu and president of the WWF), the presentation by Gianfranco Bologna (scientific director of the WWF), the introduction by Simone Maganuco (paleontologist), the cover by Fulco Pratesi (honorary president of the WWF) and the elaborations of Germana della Rocca. The book is recommended by the WWF.
Seychelles Travel Book
My third book (Seychelles Travel Book) is the first travel diary in the “Francesco’s Birdwatching Travel” series (followed by my fourth book). It talks about the trip to the Seychelles and was released in December 2018 and is sponsored by the Seychelles Tourism Board, with the presentation of Fulco Pratesi (honorary president of WWF) of Fulvio Mamone Capria (former president of LIPU).
Kuusamo Travel Book
My fourth book (Kuusamo Travel Book) is a travelogue in the Kuusamo region of Finland and was released in October 2019 and is sponsored by the Embassy of Finland and the municipality of Kuusamo, with the presentation of Pia-Rantala Engberg ( Ambassador of Finland), Heimo Mikkola (professor at the University of Eastern Finland and the greatest expert on nocturnal birds of prey in the world) and Fabrizio Carbone also author of the rich illustrations.
What happened to the dinosaurs?
Here is my fifth book published by Salani Editore, with beautiful illustrations by Davide Bonadonna and with a very special band by my friend Piero Angela!
We all love dinosaurs, but do we really know what they were like? Among these pages you will find the answers to all your questions and you will finally discover how the slow and stupid lizards we always imagined were actually awake, snappy … and feathered!
Forget everything you thought you knew about dinosaurs!