The kindergarten class is putting on a show. Will Zunik remember his lines? Themes: theater, group dynamics, encouragement
About the Zunik series:
Zunik is a 5-year-old boy who lives a simple life with his father, Francois. Curious and lively, Zunik has invented an imaginary animal: the wawazonzon.
Part story, part comic strip, the Zunik series is about a little boy's worl. Through the day-to-day scenes of his existence, the boy forges affectionate relationships with those around him. Readers will find themselves taken in, too...
Zunik goes to kindergarten, visits the library, plays sports, goes on vacation, and plays with Ariane Arbour, his father's girlfriend's daughter. These are stories of a happy single parent family.
About the characters:
Francois is raising Zunik and loves to play with his son. He is an attentive father, sensitive to his son's feelings.
Zunik's mother does not appear in any of the stories. Although she is absent, she nourishes a tender and affectionate relationship with her son. Zunik often speaks to her on the telephone and even goes to visit her in New York.
Helene is Zunik's father's girlfriend. She is present in Zunik's life, but remains in the background and does not replace his mother.
Ariane Arbour, Helene's daughter, is a year older than Zunik. She goes to school; he goes to kindergarten. She can read and write; he can't. Ariane will always be Zunik's nemesis.