Zidrou

  • L'école de Tibi

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    Résumé : Tibi l'a attendu avec impatience son premier jour d'école ! Il faut faire des kilomètres à pied, mais il est tellement heureux, avec son beau cahier tout neuf et son stylo quatre couleurs ! En un jour, Tibi va apprendre plein de choses : à écrire son nom, à compter au-delà de 37, à partager... et à faire un avion en papier.

    Une version adaptée en lecture facilitée dans la mise en page et dans le texte : police et taille de police adaptées aux dys, Interlettrage, intermots et interlignage agrandis, travail sur le nombre de mots par ligne, sommaire à cocher, mots et expressions difficiles expliqués ou simplifiés, nomination explicite des personnages...
    Dyscool, un label conçu avec une équipe d'orthophonistes, qui offre aux lecteurs souffrant de troubles DYS le plaisir de lire les mêmes livres que tous les autres lecteurs.
    Un roman à lire dès 7 ans.

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  • Comme tous les gens qui savent nous faire rire de nous-même, Benoît Zidrou connaît le poids des choses, la gravité de la vie.
    En 1997, Philippe Delerm rencontrait un immense succès avec "La première gorgée de bière et autres plaisirs minuscules". L'évocation simple de petits plaisirs suffisait à lui ouvrir le coeur de milliers de lecteurs.

    Benoît Zidrou nous invite à un voyage similaire avec les gens qui nous entourent. Qui ose faire connaissance avec la vieille dame d'en face ? Sait-on qu'elle rêve de jouer sur le court central de Roland Garros ? Qui peut dire que cet homme gris et triste, qui a laissé un fossé se creuser entre lui et ses enfants, sera le premier qui prendra dans ses bras ce petit bout d'homme au corps déformé par la maladie ?

    Pour mettre en scène ses quinze nouvelles, Benoît Zidrou a cherché des auteurs sachant manier la bonne dose de réalisme et l'expressivité requise pour être toujours juste : un talent qu'on retrouvait chez tous les auteurs de l'école de Marcinelle (Franquin, Morris, Will...). Les neuf dessinatrices et dessinateurs rassemblés ici (Colombo, Cordoba, Gili, Homs, Hureau, Lafebre, Sempere, Siri, Van Beughen) ont tous cette qualité propre aux grands auteurs de BD : leurs histoires prennent vie sous nos yeux. On les lit la larme à l'oeil et le sourire aux lèvres.

    On connaissait Benoît Zidrou pour son talent de gagman, on peut désormais savourer son sens de la vie.

  • Le papa de Tibi

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    Le papa de Tibi, qui travaille en France, rentre au Sénégal pour quelque temps. Quelle joie ! Et quelle inquiétude, aussi ! Est-ce que Tibi va l'aimer en vrai, ce papa qu'il ne connaît pas ? Et... est-ce que son papa va aimer Tibi ?

  • Le joli ballon rouge de Tibi est crevé mais dans le village, personne n'a d'argent à dépenser dans un nouveau ballon.
    Tibi se voyait déjà footballeur professionnel. Tous ses rêves s'écroulent. Heureusement Tonton Mustafa a une idée pour avoir un nouveau ballon. Pour cela, c'est simple, il faut.. beaucoup de sacs plastiques!

  • Rik Spoutnik t.1

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    • Lombard
    • 3 Juin 2010

    Que fait l'élève Ducobu lorsqu'il ne recopie pas de lignes au fond de la classe ? Il lit le Rik Spoutnik Magazine, pardi ! Grâce aux talents conjugués de Godi et Zidrou, vous allez pouvoir, vous aussi, découvrir les aventures du serpent Ssstanislasss, les strips d'Agathe Poil-aux-Pattes ou les turpitudes de la vie de livreur intergalactique chez Pizza Fouchtra. Autant de petits délires oscillant entre le potache et l'absurde, qui permettent à Godi de s'adonner à sa passion secrète pour les monstres visqueux de tout poil ! Quand les auteurs s'éclatent, il est bien rare que le lecteur ne se mette pas au diapason !

  • Bearskin

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    "Bearskin" takes us on a trip to modern day Italy and then all the way to the United States of the late 1930s. Every day, Amadeo bikes up the hill from his small hometown on a beautiful island off the coast of Italy to read the daily horoscope to Don Palermo. Little does he know that this blind and powerless old man with a cane in his hand used to be a bear tamer, not to mention his later shenanigans as the right-hand man of a powerful mafia boss. A highly moving story of love, vengeance and cowardice.

  • Hello, my name is Zita. But here, at the La Gaufre hospital, everyone calls me "Baldy" I have a type of leukemia that seems to be especially fond of my body. Because of all the treatments I have undergone, I now only have a few tufts of hair left on my head. So I prefer to shave my head bald. Hence my nickname.

  • It's June 1942. Five years have gone by, and Paris has changed. The Winter Velodrome, Inspector Séverin's favorite place, is soon to be put to different use. Aimé Louzeau, although still the fresh-faced young man he always was, has been profoundly affected by his encounter with Eeva, the panther woman. She seems to have stirred up all sorts of contradictions in him: policeman or Indian chief? The frivolities of the 30s have well and truly disappeared, to be replaced by drama, resignation and blind melancholy.

  • No one thought he'd ever dare to return. In this African country where the dictatorship has banned all forms of cultural expression, the storyteller named Once-Upon-A-Time has already had a brush with death. For refusing to stop performing his puppet shows, he lost both his hands, severed at the wrist with the slash of a machete. Now he's back, ready to begin performing again, and ready to take on the powers that be...

  • We're right in the middle of World War I, deep in the trenches. The soldiers are confronted by unimaginable suffering and violent death on a daily basis. Considered as nothing more than cannon fodder by their superiors, they try desperately to survive. Partly as an act of defiance in the face of hardship, partly as the ultimate irony, the soldiers nickname their regiment after the famous Parisian cabaret club 'Folies Bergère'. They laugh and joke, they write, they draw, they fight, they die in appalling circumstances, they kill themselves, they lose their minds. And then one of their number is sentenced to death by firing squad... and miraculously survives...

  • During the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, two women's lives become irrevocably intertwined when they both fall victim to a nefarious underground fraternity of ex-soldiers from England's upper crust who have sworn their lives to defending the British Empire-as well as their own decadent lifestyles. In this first volume, young rebel Jennifer Winterfield and the mysterious Kitamakura from Japan forge an unlikely alliance along with Jennifer's doctor uncle and a street urchin named Pickles. Together they lay the groundwork for a criminal organization that will go on to sow terror in the hearts of the colonialists and industrialists who tried to put them down.

  • During the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, two women's lives become irrevocably intertwined when they both fall victim to a nefarious underground fraternity of ex-soldiers from England's upper crust who have sworn their lives to defending the British Empire-as well as their own decadent lifestyles. In this first volume, young rebel Jennifer Winterfield and the mysterious Kitamakura from Japan forge an unlikely alliance along with Jennifer's doctor uncle and a street urchin named Pickles. Together they lay the groundwork for a criminal organization that will go on to sow terror in the hearts of the colonialists and industrialists who tried to put them down.

  • Yu Kiang works for a Chinese lumberjack corporation in the Congo. Despite his company's ban on its employees from frequenting the local girls, Yu has fallen for a Congolese woman, Antoinette... and, in a very different way, for Antoinette's little daughter, Marie-Léontine. One night, in the arms of his lover, Yu discovers Antoinette's wound: a terrible scar, an assault on her femininity. How many others are there like her, exiled from their own body, victims of a monstrous ongoing tradition? How many? 150 million. But the only thing that matters to Yu and Antoinette is that little Marie-Léontine never falls victim to the tradition that her mother had to suffer.

  • From his Barcelona studio in 1939, an aging Catalan painter shares with his model the mystery of his best friend Vidal Balaguer, "the forgotten genius" of Catalan Modernism, who vanished on the eve of 1900. His story his linked to the disappearance a few months earlier of his muse and lover, Mar, the subject of his most famous painting, "Young Lady in a Mantón." But there are other disappearances, too, of people, a corpse, some oranges, and a stubbornly silent canary named Stradivarius. A police detective is convinced that Balaguer murdered his model but by the end of the story we may come to believe that, as the painter himself reflects, "the murder weapon is not always what you might think!"

  • Virtuoso Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe is invited out to the Congo by the governor to give a concert. How could he refuse such an invitation? Eugène waves goodbye to the infamous gray Belgian skies and hops on a plane taking him to the dazzling colors of Africa. He is invited to stay a few weeks at his nephew's house, by the stunning Lake Maï Ndombé. And that's where he meets Turntable. Through their mutual appreciation of music, the servant and the celebrity gradually form an unlikely friendship, breaking the boundaries of convention.

  • When unassuming candy store owner Ike Hopper dies of a heart attack, he leaves behind a bombshell that rocks his small Australian town. His confession of guilt to a 27-year old murder-the savage stabbing of local girl Lee Duncan-brings his brother Greg, accused of the crime, out of the bush where he's been hiding. But Greg, returning to his hometown of Dubbo to tie up loose ends, finds not all ghosts go quietly to the grave. For instance, he seems to see his ex-wife Lee taunting him wherever he wanders... A hard-hitting, guilt-ridden, sun-drenched slice of outback noir.

  • As ever, Rick is in a pickle. Instead of getting his hands on some new information, he bumps into his old foe Nyctalope - literally. And, of course, he's alone and unarmed. Unimpressed, his boss sends him out to investigate a mysterious murder in Paris's Luxembourg Gardens - which turns out to be a series of mysterious murders. The trail leads to a left-wing magazine called "Mad" - whose reporters are mad enough to target Rick himself. Meanwhile, there's Nyctalope to deal with (again)... Is the nearest Rick will get to a front-page story seeing his own picture splashed across it?

  • It's 1969 and the Faldérault family is headed south on their annual summer vacation. Despite unexpected delays and detours, picking up new friends along the road, one way or another they'll make it to their destination: a picturesque calanque in southern France!

  • Intrepid Parisian reporter Ric Hochet finds himself on home turf when a sudden increase in crime in the capital is linked with a surprise publishing phenomenon: a "how-to" guide to murder... An editorial miscalculation, or malicious hoax? Ric and Nadine's investigation takes them to a small town in Belgium where they discover that the Marabout publishing company is not exactly the big, happy family its founder and manager Gerard André believes it to be. But who is really behind the mysterious guide? And are they guilty of murder?

  • Lydie Lydie

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    On a forgotten cul-de-sac in a nameless city, a child is born. It doesn't take long for the charming little girl to work her way into the hearts of all the residents on this cozy little street. Does it really matter that she's invisible? The child's mother delivered a stillborn, fatherless baby. Two months later, she becomes convinced that her child has returned from heaven. The neighbors don't have the heart to tell her otherwise, and so they play along. After all, "why bring somebody pain when it's so easy to bring joy instead?" ...But is Lydie really a figment?

  • An average Joe falls in love with a hooker from Ecuador and, when she goes missing, pressures a local mobster into telling him where she is by kidnapping his only daughter... What could possibly go wrong? A story about second chances, with a buddy road trip and musings on art and beauty thrown in for good measure.

  • It's the summer of 1962 and the Faldérault family, grandparents included, is setting out on the maiden voyage of their brand-spanking-new Renault hatchback-Miss Esterel! Though they won't make it as far as their beloved Mediterranean-only making it as far into France as Saint-Etienne-the fry-loving and pop hit-singing Faldéraults will still make plenty of special memories along the way.

  • In the third book of the series, the Glorious Eries develop their plan to win England back its colonies and they find themselves collaborating with a powerful and surprising ally. Jennifer Winterfield and Kita let the world believe they are dead so that they can begin plotting their revenge with the help of Kita's sensei, a Japanese tattoo artist with mystical powers who lives in a houseboat on the Thames. Meanwhile, Pickles the street urchin gets her hopes up that Jennifer might adopt her, but destiny has other plans.

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