Following Up with Hidden

h1 March 27th, 2014 by jules

Last week over at Kirkus, I chatted briefly (here) with author and comics writer Loïc Dauvillier about his new graphic novel for children, Hidden: A Child’s Story of the Holocaust, first published overseas in 2012 and coming here from First Second this April. (It was translated into English by Alexis Siegel.)

Today, I follow up with some art. The book was illustrated by Marc Lizano and Greg Salsedo (comics colorist).

Until tomorrow …


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HIDDEN: A CHILD’S STORY OF THE HOLOCAUST. Copyright © 2012 by Lizano — Dauvillier — Salsedo — Le Lombard (Dargaud-Lombard S.A.). English translation by Alexis Siegel. English translation copyright © 2014 by First Second, New York. Images here reproduced by permission of the publisher.

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One comment to “Following Up with Hidden …”

  1. Ooh, this is adorable and sad all at once… unlike Another Book Which Will Not Be Named in which the kid never figured it out. Children are just not stupid…


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