Books by Brigitte Luciani

THE WILD CAT by Brigitte Luciani
by Brigitte Luciani, illustrated by Eve Tharlet, translated by Nathan Sacks
CHILDREN'S
Released: Nov. 1, 2018

"A sweet and gentle tale of self-affirmation. (Graphic fantasy. 6-10)"
A fox longs to be the cat's meow. Read full book review >
THE CARNIVAL by Brigitte Luciani
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2014

"A warm, quiet and cozy tale that's a sweet-tempered reminder that even the longest of winters must eventually give way to spring. (Graphic animal fantasy. 6-9)"
A gentle tale of woodland creatures trying to chase away winter gloom with a festive carnival. Read full book review >
PEACE AND QUIET by Brigitte Luciani
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2012

"A welcome addition to shelves of graphic novels for new readers. (Graphic animal fantasy. 6-8)"
A blended family of badgers and foxes make the best of close quarters in this wintertime story. Read full book review >
A HUBBUB by Brigitte Luciani
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2010

"Above-average fare for younger graphic-fiction fans. (Graphic animal fantasy. 7-9)"
It's exactly a year after the mixed woodland cohabitation celebrated in The Meeting (2010), and temperamental Ginger Fox has settled in nicely with her three new badger half-sibs—explaining after an exchange of insults ("Fly doody!" Read full book review >
THE MEETING by Brigitte Luciani
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 1, 2010

"Still, it's hard not to warm up to characters named Bristle and Grub; here's hoping things smooth out in future entries. (Graphic animal fantasy. 6-8)"
Wooden dialogue weighs down this woodsy graphic tale of two single-parent families getting together. Read full book review >
THOSE MESSY HEMPELS by Brigitte Luciani
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 2004

"Messes can be fun, out-of-context items can be fun, and circular stories can be fun, but the proportions in this recipe don't quite add up to a satisfying treat. (Picture book. 3-6)"
The Hempel family is happy living in their cluttered home, until one day when they want to bake a cake and can't find their whisk. Read full book review >