A graphic novel with all the ingredients of the best-sellers
in the genre, comparable with Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Rights shared with: Silvia Bastos Literary
Riboldi is a new collection combining the comic and the
novel, in the style of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Elvis is a blabbermouth
and for some he's a right little devil, something that causes both
disasters and side-splitting guffaws among his readers. The mix
of illustrations and text and his crazy adventures make it attractive
for adults readers too. In the first episode, Elvis thinks about
his dearest childhood memories, but after three pages he's had enough;
he then begins on the most horrible ones, which are even more hilarious:
the first lessons about life, his first pranks.
Bono Bidari is the pseudonym of the team made up
of Jaume Copons, Daniel Cerdà, Ramon Cabrera – all
well-known prize-winning authors in children’s and young people’s
literature and scriptwriters, the people behind major hits like
Los Lunnis – and the illustrator Òscar Julve, the winner
of a host of prizes for his children’s albums.