Rodney & Friends TV Show
A New concept in Children’s Entertainment
EDUCATING KIDS ABOUT OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT!
Environmental issues are more important to our planet than ever. But young children need to understand the basics of our natural environment before they can hope to grasp these issues. So we wanted to create a show that would teach them in a way they could understand while also being entertaining. Learning is fun as kid’s participate in the exploration and wonder of our natural world.
The Recipe for a Great Kid's Show!
We created four unique young characters for the series, with each having a unique personality that will appeal to different kinds of children. An entirely new setting was developed for the show as well; the Sky Dome Science Museum. This is the perfect setting to learn about the many environments on our planet and the creatures that inhabit them!
Based off our book Rodney Raccoon in Special Delivery, the series will follow Rodney Raccoon and his team as they explore the different environments located in the Sky Dome Science Museum. They are given missions from Professor Batfish, and encounter numerous obstacles along with interesting and fun creatures. Along with the likeable characters, we sprinkled in some fun and comedy to make learning fun. Then we added spoonful of hip-hop songs, something that is new to kids entertainment. Rodney and his crew will often turn to a hip-hop song to help kids understand what’s going on or to solidify learning. These energetic tunes add something no other kid’s show has and differentiate the series.
Rodney Raccoon’s Museum Adventures
Rodney Raccoon in “Special Delivery” is the first episode based on a series of children’s books featuring Rodney Raccoon and his friends Boogie Bear, Tami Tiger and Rochell Raccoon. The 2D animated series is 78 x 7. Created by JD Davis, the show features music and songs produced by award winning producers. Set in the Sky Dome Science Museum with colorful graphics, cool beats, and engaging content this show is sure capture the hearts of young audiences and win approval of parents and educators alike.