Ariol #1 (Paperback)

Just a Donkey Like You and Me (Ariol Graphic Novels #1)

By Emmanuel Guibert, Marc Boutavant (Illustrator)

Papercutz, 9781597073998, 124pp.

Publication Date: February 19, 2013

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Prebound (2/19/2013)

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Description

Brand new series from multiple award-winning author Emmanuel Guibert and renowned illustrator Marc Boutavant!
Ariol is your everyday tween donkey. He lives in the suburbs with his mom and dad. His best friend is a pig. He's in love with a beautiful cow in his class. His teacher is a dog. His gym teacher is a huge rooster. In short, Ariol is just like you and me.



About the Author

Emmanuel Guibert has written a great many graphic novels for readers young and old, among them the Sardine in Outer Space series and The Professor’s Daughter with Joann Sfar.

In 1994, a chance encounter with an American World War II veteran named Alan Cope marked the beginning of a deep friendship and the birth of a great biographical epic.

Another of Guibert's recent works is The Photographer. Showered with awards, translated around the world and soon to come from First Second books, it relates a Doctors Without Borders mission in 1980’s Afghanistan through the eyes of a great reporter, the late Didier Lefèvre.

Guibert lives in Paris with his wife and daughter.



Praise For Ariol #1: Just a Donkey Like You and Me (Ariol Graphic Novels #1)

“Definitely on the Wimpy Kid bandwagon, but less vicious with the satire and therefore all the more welcome.” —KIRKUS

“Whether Ariol is joining his father for a trip to the ATM, arguing with a friend about sneakers, accompanying his grandmother to the movies, pursuing his great crush, or emulating his favorite superhero, the author dares to depict the exclusionary, argumentative, self-centered ways children can sometimes behave, without giving up an iota of their charm.” —BOOKLIST

“I dare you to put it down once you start, and you'll agree, Ariol is the new kid in town for reluctant readers.” —KID LIT REVIEWS