Nounouche, by André Durst

André Durst was a painter, humorous illustrator and musician, who made his debut in Midinette in 1930. He subsequently drew for magazines and newspapers like Dimanche Illustré, Junior, L'Epatant, Cadet Revue and Flic et Floc. He is however best known as the creator of the little bear 'Nounouche', of which several books were published by Enfants de France between 1938 and 1954. Durst is also the creator of 'Gnouf' (1946-47) and 'Dydo', which he made under the pseudonym Durane (16 books until 1953).

Dydo, by Duranne

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