Mr. Hulot at the Beach by David Merveille

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Mr. Hulot is back in this wordless picture book celebrating the comical misadventures of a day at the beach!

Created and played by French comic actor and filmmaker Jacques Tati, Mr. Hulot is a beloved character in France. David Merveille’s meticulously designed comic strip style illustrations capture the imagination and good nature of Mr. Hulot as he navigates the hilarity of a missing shoe, a disgruntled fisherman, a mistaken pipe, and more. Like Merveille's earlier book, Hello, Mr. Hulot, Mr. Hulot at the Beach is a visual treat and a true delight to the observant viewer.

About David Merveille

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David Merveille works for the press and teaches graphics and illustration at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels. He has worked on many publicity campaigns in France and Belgium, and creates posters and illustrations for a daily newspaper called La Libre Belgique. Other books by Merveille include Hello, Mr. Hulot!
Published May 1, 2016 by NorthSouth. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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PreS-Gr 3—Based on the French comedy film series by actor and filmmaker Jacques Tati, this wordless comic strip picture book is a cheerful tale of a hapless beachgoer. As in the original Monsieur Hulot films, the gags are playful and physical: a lost pipe is repl

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