Ducoboo In the Corner! by Zidrou
  

Ducoboo In the Corner!

Written by Zidrou
Illustrated by Godi

Synopsis

Ducoboo In the Corner! by Zidrou

Ducoboo is always sitting a the back of the classroom and getting in trouble. He has to employ treasures of imagination to avoid getting interrogated by the teacher and having to wear the dunce cap. In his efforts to be 'a good student', he copies relentlessy on Leonie, who sits next to him and is an ace student. However, she hates people copying her work and Ducoboo ends up having to stand in the corner more than once.

About the Author

The irresistible rise of Ducoboo is due to the talents of Zidrou and Godi. A former teacher and current creator of songs and books for children, Zidrou is the scriptwriter of several Graphic Novels, notably Ducoboo, which he produces in collaboration with Godi. Godi published his first humorous comic strips in the Tintin Newspaper during the Seventies. Appearing in 1992, their Ducobu Pupil quickly became a favourite character of children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Zidrou
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

7th June 2007

ISBN

9781905460267


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