Disaster is guaranteed!
Ciccio Frittata is an inventor. He has an irrepressible imagination, is stubborn and willing and is madly in love with Sara Meglio, the cute girl in the building. Helped by his friends Lele Mosina and Ivo Manetta, Ciccio is sure he'll be able to complete the invention of the century...
Books with a high level of fun! Not suitable for long faces, those who have no sense of humour, or those who don’t love laughing their heads off!
The Catastrophic Inventions of Ciccio Frittata
The first tale of Ciccio Frittata, the phantasmagorical inventor, the world’s greatest genius, the one who comes up with the most revolutionary ideas in history! And what can go possibly go wrong when Ciccio Frittata has one of his incredible strokes of genius? EVERYTHING, obviously. Disaster is assured, and laughter too! Ready for the fireworks?
Ciccio Frittata and the Cat-Catcher Operation
The new tenant in Ciccio Frittata’s apartment building, the beautiful and charming Miss Vamponi, has a hideous little dog. It frightens Sara’s cat Frollino to death. And when Frollino gets stuck up a tree, Ciccio will finally have the chance to demonstrate his courage to his eternal flame Sara, inventing the most extraordinary device ever seen: the cat-catcher!
Ciccio Frittata and the Communal Flood
When Sara threatens to move with the whole family if a little order and cleanliness doesn’t reign in the apartment building, an idea is needed. The stairs and landings must shine again! And here’s the plan: two soapy doormats fixed under an old red bobsleigh: it’s the Clean-all Fireball! Add water pipes and a tsunami coming down from the attic, and everything will soon shine again!
Pierdomenico grew up in an old house with a library containing more than 20,000 volumes. A writer and journalist, his books have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into over 30 languages. Today he is considered one of the greatest Italian children’s authors.
Alessandro grew up in the hilly region of Monferrato before moving to Turin. There, he gained a degree and Ph.D. in philosophy, just in time to discover that the world didn’t need another philosopher. At this point, his friend Pierdomenico suggested he start writing children’s stories. Since then, Alessandro has written more than thirty books, published in numerous countries.