A children's picture book retelling of the Enrico Casarosa-directed Pixar Film. By the Italian illustrator and comics artist (Daffodil, Artemis Fowl).
From the publisher:
Inspired by Disney and Pixar's film Luca, this story reminds us that with encouragement and some help from good friends, everyone --even sea monsters --can learn to believe in themselves. Includes two surprise fold-out pages!
Alberto Scorfano thinks he's pretty wise for his fourteen years. And if there's one thing he's an expert in, it is getting rid of Brunos. Who is Bruno? He is the voice in your head telling you: No! You can't do it! You'll never make it! Bruno is sneaky, annoying, and rude, but don't worry--Alberto is here to help you and his friends send Bruno to the bottom of the sea.
Perfect for graduation gifts, bedtime reading, or for anyone who needs a little extra encouragement!
Giovanni Rigano is the artist of many graphic novels. For Disney, he illustrated graphic novels for The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Artemis Fowl series, and many more. He also illustrated the award-winning graphic novel Illegal. Giovanni lives in Como, Italy.