An early-reader graphic novel series focusing on social and emotional responsibility from the beloved Smurfs brand—now in paperback! This new Smurfs comic series focuses on emotional learning, social responsibility, and overall Smurf-iness! Join Papa Smurf, Brainy Smurf, Smurfette, and all the others as they tackle day-to-day problems and get into wacky hijinks! Except for Scaredy Smurf, who is too afraid of everything to have fun. And Clumsy Smurf, whose two left feet get him into more troubles than he can count.
And Greedy Smurf, whose love for food causes Gargamel to capture everyone in the village. But no matter the problem, you can always count on the Smurfs to figure out a solution!Now in paperback, this full-color early-reader graphic novel features three complete stories and back matter dedicated to helping children explore and better understand their emotions.
A great option for newly independent readers and comics fans everywhere!
Pierre Culliford, better known as Peyo, was a cartoonist born in Belgium in 1928 and creator of The Smurfs. In 1958, the Smurfs made their first appearance in Le Journal de Spirou and went on to become the world-famous characters we all know and love! Thierry Culliford is a screenwriter, coordinator of the graphic execution of Grandir avec les Schtroumpfs (“Growing with the Smurfs”), and none other than Peyo’s son! Born in Belgium in 1955, Thierry is the successor of his father’s pen name, scripting stories for the newer Smurf comics, and ensuring the continuity of his late father’s works.