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Steerforth Press, Fall 2017

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    9789380028750 Paperback / softback, Trade, , $13.99 CAD
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The Beautiful Game: Survival
By (author): Jason Quinn Illustrated by: Lalit Kumar Sharma
9789381182116 Paperback, Trade English Juvenile: Age (years) from 10, Grade (US) from 5 JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General Sep 05, 2017
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Active 6.5 x 10.2 x 0.4 in 160 pages FULL COLOR ILLUSTR, THROUGHOUT Steerforth Press Campfire
A sports-themed Campfire Originals graphic novel by a veteran writer for Marvel comics and children’s television.

Series Overview: Campfire produces six distinctive subseries:

Classics - adaptations of Western literature classics.

Mythology - mythological tales from around the world, including Greece, India and Egypt.

Heroes (Biography) - the lives of exceptional personalities from history, recounted in a story-like fashion.

Histories - bring history to life in volumes that are as at home in a classrom or under the covers with a flashlight.

Originals - imaginative new characters and intriguing plots combine to create highly anticipated titles.

Campfire Junior - graphic novels for readers who are just starting out.

Campfire takes to the athletic fields!

Ideal for sports teams and clubs, and for students interested in sports.

Campfire Graphic Novels feature gorgeous, sophisticated artwork and lush prodcution values.

Jason Quinn was born in Liverpool, England. He learned to read with Marvel Comics and was devastated when his teachers told him that Spider Man did not exist. He has worked for Marvel UK and Panini, editing and writing their Spectacular Spider Man comic, along with just about everything else from Barbie to Action Man. In 1998 he was voted ’Sportsman of the Year’ by the Boars Head Soccer Club. He then moved to Pinewood Studios, England, home of the James Bond movies, where he worked in children’s television, scripting and developing programs for kids.

Author Residence: New Delhi, India

Lalit Sharma was born in Delhi. An artist by nature, he expresses himself through the medium of comic book art. His career as an artist began at Diamond Comics, and since then he has also worked for Raj Comics and all the leading Indian comic book publishers. Dark, grim and dynamic drawing has always been his strong point. At Campfire he has used his strong, action-packed drawing styles to illustrate the classics, biographies, and to bring history to life. Lalit lives in his head, and works out of Delhi. Some of Lalit's Campfire titles are World War One, Muhammad Ali, and Leonardo Da Vinci.

Marketing: Interior sample pages to be available at Edelweiss.

Comprehensive outreach to trade, library and comics advance review publications.

Comics/Graphic Novel outlets on-line and print.

Educational and library websites and bloggers.

Home schooling websites and bloggers.

Publicity: First issue available online; outreach planned to promote complete volume.

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Author Social Media: / @campfirecomics
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