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Pepper and Carrot Episode 2- A children’s book remix of the popular webcomic

pepper and carrot episode 2 remixed popular webcomicIn Episode 2 of Pepper and Carrot, Carrot has his eyes on a rainbow potion. Is it going to be a good idea to sneak around behind Pepper’s back or not? Download or read online this adapted version of Pepper and Carrot – The Rainbow potion, a popular webcomic to find out.

Pepper and Carrot are a popular webcomic released in creative commons by David Envoy involving Pepper, a young witch, her ginger cat Carrot, and a community of equally herby witches, dragons, potions, and other fun stuff. David Envoy released the works in creative commons with derivatives, His quote “I want to give people the right to share, use, build and even make money upon the work I’ve created. All pages, artworks and content were made with Free(Libre) Open-Sources Software on GNU/Linux, and all sources are on this website,”. here

About David Envoy’s creative commons webcomic philosophy

We so hope David is okay with our children’s book version of the original wordless comic, which you can see here David’s site, Pepper and Carrot Episode 02 – The Rainbow Potion Original Version.

David Envoy’s enchanting characters and amazing drawings make this a really special comic adaption, bound to make readers eager for more.

Open Dyslexic Font

All text is included in this version is in an open source dyslexic font designed to be a fun read to suit early struggling readers. This is more of a fun simple book rather than a structured early reader however, designed for kids to enjoy some slightly more challenging words but have fun with the topic.

Editable Version of Pepper and Carrot Episode 02

If you want to use this edition of the book to create your own in the same way I have, you can find the source (editable) file here:

https://freekidsbooks.org/pepper-carrot-episode-02-editable-version/

I created this in Open Office, which is an office program very similar to MS Office, but it’s open source, and totally free, like the books here! It was created by Stansford University, but is contributed to by lots of programmers who donate their time and work to the creative commons, like the authors here.

About Pepper and Carrot

Pepper is a young Witch in a fictitious town called Chaosah, where everyone is sort of spicy, and Carrot is her very feline cute orange cat. Pepper and Carrot webcomics tackle lots of current issues and are fun for all ages.

About David Envoy

David Envoy is a French cartoonist and graphic artist who loves cats and all things open source. After ten years working in graphic art, primarily freelancing and teaching, he started his own project Pepper and Carrot. Releasing Pepper and Carrot as a creative commons work so that it could be shared and built upon in a practically unlimited way, the comic quickly went viral and had now become his full-time work.

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  • well i could not read this cuse the words arnt clear.

     
    • Hi Layla, if the read online is unclear try the page zoom, and if this is still not working (as it is a little limited) try the downloaded version it should be better, and you can also have better options on zoom then as it is a pdf file, sorry to hear you had trouble, Danielle

       
  • I liked the ending.

     
  • Its a very cute story and I love the PAYWALL illustration… I hate that paywall. I just want books for my kids, being able to look at every page also helps so if I ever came across it say in the thrift store, I’ll already know whats inside and what the story means.

     
  • This is the most coolest book ever :3

     
  • Great stuff – I found my way to his webpage and opensource materials

     
  • Hi all – so sorry! I finally managed to see the problem on windows (again apologies, I’m using a mac usually), seems the font didn’t embed properly and was not viewable on some pdf viewers and browsers, I’ll make sure to check that it is embedded properly now!

    The file is fixed so it should be fine now, (it works on my son’s windows laptop), Danielle

     
  • THE words are missing throughout the book so I can not read it.

     
  • Could not read the font on the computer. Letters did not show up.

     
    • That’s strange – did you try the download version and the flipbook? The font is Opendyslexic, but you should not need to install it at all, since it should be embedded in the pdf. I will look into it. If you want another version please email me.

       
  • No… couldn’t read the words but it seems a good story becuase of pictures for the young children!

     
    • Hi Eduardo, the font is Open Dyslexic, not sure why it was not clear, I’ve just rechecked and on my computer it seems to work okay when I view it online in full screen, can you elaborate at all? Often it’s best to open the df file. The story is originally without words, I’ve just added some in so it can be used as a read aloud or early reader. But again, it should work.

       
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