The Rugger Boys Why are We Here Again? by Beka, Poupard
  

Synopsis

The Rugger Boys Why are We Here Again? by Beka, Poupard

They are sturdy Frenchmen, big eaters and drinkers, more physical than intellectual, more losers than winners. They like to punch it up during matches and won't, for anything in the world, miss their third half-time at the bar...Who are they? The Rugger Boys of the Bawd-Room Club, of course! With the Rugger Boys, readers infiltrate the heart of the cloakroom, the scrum, the clubhouse and the legendary third half-time ...In this volume, we travel with them to England, where they discover another kind of rugby ...and gastronomy!

About the Author

The Rugger Boys is outrageous in its humor and voluble in the manner of Southern France, home to authors Bertrand ESCAICH and Caroline ROQUE (known as Beka ). The expressive and dynamic drawing of Poupard matches perfectly with the frantic even thundering dialogue of Beka. The goal of this graphic novel is to amuse people, and it scores that point extremely well.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: 12+

Author

Beka, Poupard
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Publisher

Publication date

12th July 2007

ISBN

9781905460335


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