Author: Rene Goscinny, Jean-Jacques Sempe (Illustrator)
Translator: Se-jin Lee
5-volume set | 198*185mm
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About This Book
Le Petit Nicolas is a series of humorous French children's books written by Rene
Goscinny and illustrated by Jean-Jacques Sempe, published between 1956 and 1964.
They describe the everyday life of a little boy, Nicolas, living in the 1950s.
The characters include:
Nicolas (the main character)
Clotaire (who is ranked last in the class)
Alceste (who is rather fat and eats all the time)
Eudes (who is very strong and always hits everyone)
Geoffroy (whose father is very rich)
Agnan (who is ranked first in the class and is the teacher's pet)
Joachim (who has a little brother)
Maixent (who has long legs)
Rufus (whose father is a policeman)
Marie-Edwige (the pretty daughter of Nicolas' neighbours)
Other characters include Nicolas' parents, as well as teachers and administrators in the school. The teacher is hard-working and loves the children, although they usually drive her crazy. The superintendent, Mr. Dubon, is known as "le Bouillon" ("the Broth") to the kids, because of his habit of saying, "look me in the eyes", and "eyes" are the globs of fat that swim at the surface of broth. Even some teachers at Nicolas' school accidentally call him "Le Bouillon."
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