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Asterix: Asterix The Gaul: Album 1

Rene Goscinny, Albert Uderzo

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Asterix, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Fiction, Picture Books, Picture books, Children's Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Comic strip fiction / graphic novels (Children's /

THE RETURN OF ASTERIX, THE WORLD'S FIRST SUPERHERO: The relaunch of the re-inked, re-coloured and re-designed Asterix series, now published in the correct order for the first time.

Gaul was divided into three parts. No, four parts - for one small village of indomitable Gauls still held out against the Roman invaders.

When Getafix is kidnapped by the Romans, Asterix penetrates their camp to rescue him with hair-raising results...

Book 1 in the bestselling series.

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Praise for Asterix: Asterix The Gaul: Album 1

  • As for the English adaptations of Asterix, they represent a real triumph of the translator's art. Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge have finessed every allusion and tweaked every joke, so that their cascading English verbal wit seems to come straight from the heart of the original books - THE INDEPENDENT - Boyd Tonkin

  • A cartoon drawn with such supreme artistry, and a text layered with such glorious wordplay, satire and historical and political allusion that no reader should ever feel like they've outgrown it...It is absurd that these wonderful books were ever out of print, and it's great to have them back - TIME OUT - Andrew Mueller

  • If you're new to the indomitable Gauls, our favourite is Asterix in Britain, for its wry wit lampooning the Brits - IRELAND ON SUNDAY

  • There are plenty of Latin quips and snippets of Roman history, but enough low puns to make the stories as enjoyable as ever - EVENING STANDARD

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Rene Goscinny

Rene Goscinny was born in Paris in 1926, and spent most of his childhood in Argentina, before eventually moving to Paris in 1951. He died in 1977.

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