Brina the Cat #1: The Gang of the Feline Sun (Paperback)

Brina the Cat #1: The Gang of the Feline Sun By Giorgio Salati, Christian Cornia (Illustrator) Cover Image

Brina the Cat #1: The Gang of the Feline Sun (Paperback)


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This is book number 1 in the Brina series.

Brina, a city cat, moved to the mountains with the owners for a summer holiday. Here she meets some stray cats who call themselves “The Gang of the Feline Sun". The new friends convince her to escape her owners and become a free cat. But while Brina enjoys her newfound freedom and all the new types of delectable bugs the countryside has to offer, her young owners are panicking over losing her, a member of their family. Brina must make a choice to live with her owners , where it’s safe (but confined) or go in the wilderness. A heartwarming tender cat tale.

Giorgio Salati
He created the LAW comic series and BookBugs. He collaborated with the Enigmatic Week, Focus Pico, the Blue Tree and some animated series (PopPixie, The Extraordinary Adventures of Jules Verne, Boo Boom). He teaches courses in comics and storytelling at the WOW Museum, the Children's Library and various schools.
Christian Cornia
He worked for Piemme, DeAgostini, Unipol, Mirabilandia, and in France with Soleil and Delcourt. He has been inking for Marvel and since 2011 teaches at the International School of Comics in Reggio Emilia

Product Details ISBN: 9781545804261
ISBN-10: 1545804265
Publisher: Papercutz
Publication Date: January 14th, 2020
Pages: 88
Language: English
Series: Brina

“Cornia’s bright, expressive, animation-inspired art in this Italian-import graphic novel is the main attraction of this series opener”

“Italian author Salati (Disney Hamlet, Starring Donald Duck) tells an endearing tale that explores the meaning of freedom and familial bonds”
Publisher’s Weekly

“This is worth purchasing for the setting alone– those mountains! I’d be glad to go even if I had to be in a cage. This is a sweet story, and mirrors how I think my dog would feel if taken to the mountains. This will be wildly popular in middle schools where graphic novels circulate well.”
Karen Yingling, Librarian