Silly Timmy in French Silly Timmy en Français

Last week saw the introduction of the Silly Timmy Disaster Comic strip in German, now this week we have French with thanks to Maya Schaerer (a long time member of edu4drr.org) for the translation. I hope to be adding more as time goes on and as they become translated. Even then  there is a process that I go through ensuring font sizes and fonts are consistent with the original English and the taking PowerPoint versions and creating jpegs for easy distribution. I am including the Translated and edited PowerPoint below the comics in case his is of use! I noted that the comic strip paper I wrote with another edu4drr.org member, Dr Yasamin Izadkhah, has just passed 500 reads and a lot of these are coming from the Philippines, where it may mean the comics are being used! If you know, I would like to know! As always, Artwork by John A Abbott of Jot Studios and stories and montages by Justin Sharpe from edu4drrr. Sharing is free as long as original sources are attributed they are not for commercial distribution, education only! Thank you! 

Oh and a little note....if yo find them hard to read there is a restriction on this page to width of images, so just click on the image and a larger version will appear! Enjoy, use, come back soon for more!

Silly Timmy Episode One/ Une

Silly Timmy Episode Two/Deux

Silly Timmy Episode Three/Troi

Silly Timmy Episode Four/Quatre

Silly Timmy Episode Five/Cinq

Silly Timmy Episode Six/Six

Silly Timmy Episode Seven/Sept

Silly Timmy Episode Eight/Huit

Silly Timmy Episode Nine/Neuf

Silly Timmy Episode Ten/Dix

Silly Timmy Episode Eleven/Onze

Silly Timmy Episode Twelve/Douze

Silly Timmy Episode Thirteen/Treize

Silly Timmy Episode Fourteen/Quatorze

Silly Timmy Episode Fifteen/Quinze

Silly Timmy Episode Sixteen/Seize

Silly Timmy Episode Seventeen/Dix-Sept

Silly Timmy Episode Eighteen/Dix-Huit

Silly Timmy Episode Nineteen/Dix-Neuf

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty/Vingt

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty one /Vingt et une

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty two /Vingt -deux

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Three/Vingt-trois

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Four/Vingt-quatre

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Five /Vingt-cinq

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Six /Vingt-Six

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Seven /Vingt-Sept

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Eight /Vingt-Huit

Silly Timmy Episode Twenty Nine /Vingt-Neuf

Silly Timmy Episode 30

Silly Timmy Episode 31

Silly Timmy Episode 32

Silly Timmy Episode 33

Silly Timmy Episode 34

Silly Timmy Episode 35

Silly Timmy Episode 36

Silly Timmy Episode 37

Silly Timmy Episode 38

Silly Timmy Episode 39

Silly Timmy Episode 40

Silly Timmy Episode 41

Silly Timmy Episode 42

Silly Timmy Episode 43

Silly Timmy Episode 44

Silly Timmy Episode 45

Silly Timmy Episode 46

Silly Timmy Episode 47

Silly Timmy Episode 48

Silly Timmy Episode 49

Silly Timmy Episode 50

Silly Timmy Episode 51

Silly Timmy Episode 52

And as promised, the link to the edited version en Français: 

Silly_Timmy_French_1-15_EDITED.pptx

Silly_Timmy_comic_Ep_16-30_in_French.ppt

Silly_Timmy_comic_Ep_31-52_in_French.pptx

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