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Original title: Pebble
Caillou, Dad, Mom, Rosie, Grandma, Grandpa, Leo, Sarah, Clementina, Gilbert the kitten, Miss Martin
Authors: Christine L'Heureux, Helene Despeteaux
Country: Canada
Year: 1998
Gender: Didactics
Episodes: 121
Duration: 30 minutes
Recommended age: Children from 0 to 5 years old

The protagonist of this new cartoon is a 4-year-old boy who, with his curious eyes, scans the world, anxious to learn the meaning of everything around him, just like children from all over the world. From the first experiences in the home to the first trip by airplane, CAILLOU discovers every day the pleasure of growing up in a world that never ceases to offer surprises! Day after day, she learns to establish new relationships, to name and meaning things she doesn't know, to care for animals, and to deal with life's little problems. And every occasion is good to experience an adventure! Caillou is in fact an adorable playful. Caillou's cartoons are based on Christine L heureux's preschool books and illustrated by H l ne Desputeaux.
Caillou lives alongside her mother Doris (who works as a secretary) and her father Boris, characterized by a green sweater. Rosie, on the other hand, is Caillou's little sister who is only 2 years old and often and willingly, makes a lot of trouble. Caillou's friends are all of different ethnicities: we find Leo, a lively child of Jewish origin who celebrates the Hanukkah rite. Clementine is a determined and enterprising girl of African descent. Sarah is an 8-year-old girl of Chinese descent who celebrates the Chinese New Year.
Caillou has received various awards, including the New York Festival world bronze medal.


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