a french cartoon

Charlie and Lola in many languages

Charlie and Lola is an actually very nice British kids program, with a unique art style and use of language. It has also been dubbed into several languages, some of which are available on YouTube, and it’s around A2 - B1 level.
Note: in some languages there are very few episodes available, unfortunately

Other shows

EDIT: All the links are fixed

Aujourd’hui j’ai fait ma première aquarelle!

J’ai fait ça avec l’aide de mon frère, qui étudie la communication visuelle.

Le dessin que j’ai choisi représente Madeline: un dessin animé Américain qui parle des jeunes filles Françaises. Ça date des années 90, je pense. Mais je regardais ça quand j’étais une enfant. Je pense que mon dessin ainsi que la peinture sont bien, sachant que c'était la première fois que j’essayais d’utiliser les techniques de l’aquarelle.

Merci beaucoup @memento-moree pour l'aide!


C’était la Guerre des Tranchées / It Was the War of the Trenches (1993) is a French ‘comic’ book written and illustrated by Jacques Tardi and dedicated to his grandfather who fought ‘in the trenches’ (a French euphemism to talk about the First World War).
The book is an accurate depiction of the life on both sides of the Western Front, recounted through a multitude of mainly French soldiers’ letters, and is well known for its graphic representation of WW1.

“They’re shooting men… This is normal, because it’s the war of the trenches which has been going on for three years now…
…the most surprising is that there are still traces of life left in these holes, with all so many shells they’re dropping on so little ground.

Those men have dug trenches, made shelters in the earth and learned to live in the mud like rats. These ones are French.
Facing them, it’s the same thing, but the trenches are better organized because they are German. The French say ‘les Boches’ when talking about their enemies, out of contempt, hatred, or perhaps stupidity, because this is indeed what this is about about when one is talking about war.”