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Bigfoot Hardcover – Nov 3 2010


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Pascal Girard lives in Quebec City and currently divides his time between his illustration career and drawing comics. His first two books, Dans un cruchon and Nicolas, shared the Real-Fillion prize at the Quebec Francophone Comics Festival in 2006.

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Fun Read About an Awkward Teen April 28 2011
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Girard introduces us to Jimmy, who is the laughingstock of his school thanks to a friend who posted a video of `Disco Jimmy' dancing on YouTube. Other than becoming an internet meme, Jimmy's other problems are pretty standard for a boy his age - girls, homework, and his family. When his uncle comes to him with a video of what he believes to be Big Foot that he shot on his cell phone, Jimmy is once again brought into the internet spotlight, and the scrutiny of his classmates. Girard's drawing style brings out the emotion in his character's witty and subtle dialogue to create a well-rounded cast. Big Foot is a great study about how fast you can make or break friendships at the most awkward time of your life.


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