The fabulous disaster of Harold Snipperpott - Beatrice Alemagna

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24 x 31,5 cm. 40 pages.


"The fabulous disaster of Harold Snipperpott" is the story of a little boy named Harold. At almost 7 years old, he has never had a kiss or a hug from his parents and has never had a birthday party.
His spirits are low, and his parents have to call on Ponzio, the famous problem solver. On the morning of his birthday, it's a miracle: animals arrive at his house in single file to celebrate. Nothing will ever be the same again in the little boy's life.

For two decades, Beatrice Alemagna has enchanted us with more than thirty books, including "Un grand jour de rien" and "Au pays des petits poux", which gave rise to an exhibition at Artazart in 2009.

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Beatrice Alemagna

Awarded several times for her work, Beatrice Alemagna won the 2017 and 2018 Society of Illustrators Gold Medal in the United States, the Association Book Award in England and the prestigious Grand Prix de l'Illustration in France.

This self-taught, multi-awarded Tomi Ungerer fan has been living in France for twenty years. She has published more than thirty albums as an author-illustrator and her works have been translated all over the world. She has often exhibited her work at Artazart, from "petits poux" to "Un grand jour de rien".