Núria Pradas (Barcelona, 1954) studied Catalan Language and Literature at the University of Barcelona. Her recent years in the classroom as a secondary school teacher were her motivation to begin writing children’s and YA literature, and she has produced some fifty works in these genres. The Carlemany Prize, which she received in 2012 for Under the Same Sky, opened the doors for her to writing for adults. Her first novel in this new phase was The Girl From the Library (2014). It was followed by Tailor-Made Dreams (2016), which was translated into eight languages and sold more than 20,000 copies in Germany, and then by The Aroma of Time (2017).