Duel in The Sun
by Manuel Marsol
When a Native American and a cowboy meet for a duel in the hot summer sun, a series of events keeps them from doing what they are there to do. In this western spoof, illustrated brilliantly in “frames,” there are no good guys or bad guys. The chaps themselves don’t seem to know if they really want to fight or whether they are even enemies. Manuel Marsol’s tongue-in-cheek picture book offers a timeless and timely parable for children and adults about otherness and the futility of fighting.
“Sans aucun doute l’un des meilleurs albums jeunesse de ce début d’année”
★ Pépite Livre Illustré 2018 - 34e édition du Salon du livre et de la presse jeunesse en Seine-Saint-Denis
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