Ernest & Rebecca 1 My Best Friend is a Germ by Guillaume Biano, Antonella Dalena
  

Synopsis

Ernest & Rebecca 1 My Best Friend is a Germ by Guillaume Biano, Antonella Dalena

Rebecca is a six and a half year-old girl who is out of luck - her parents are on the verge of divorce and she is always getting sick due to a weak immune system. One rainy day Rebecca's luck changes when she meets a magical microbe named Ernest, who becomes her best friend! Ernest is no regular germ - he's about the same height as Rebecca and he can talk. Can Rebecca keep her parents together with the help of her new friend? And can anyone really have a friend who belongs in a Petri dish?

Reviews

Ernest & Rebecca is Calvin and Hobbes for today's generation of kids. -- COMIC ATTACK A clever and heartfelt read that will speak volumes to an adult reader, and give younger readers great characters they will want to return to in Volume 2. -- SPANDEXLESS Dalena's art is lush and expressive, with an elegant line and Disney-like character designs. -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

About the Author

GUILLAUME BIANCO wishes to tell stories for adults and children and raise big questions while entertaining. With Billy Fog, Eco, and Epictetus published in his native France and soon in America, his wish seems to be coming true! His work has been featured in the DISNEY FAIRIES series from Papercutz.ANTONELLO DALENA has drawn Donald Duck comics for Topolino and PK3 and drawn many of Disney's feature animation graphic novels and comics, including Atlantis, Cars, Toy Story, Bolt, Wall-E, Ratatouille, and Brave. His work has appeared in the DISNEY FAIRIES graphic novel series as well as SYBIL THE BACKPACK FAIRY, both from Papercutz.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 6-11

Author

Guillaume Biano, Antonella Dalena
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Publisher

Papercutz

Publication date

12th December 2011

ISBN

9781597072861


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