Edutainment Licensing lands seven kids’ platforms for season two of Super Geek Heroes

Edutainment Licensing has secured a raft of deals with no fewer than seven major kids’ platforms, all within the first month of release of the second season of Super Geek Heroes. Season Two features seven new read-aloud picture book videos read by the author and creator David Lawrence Jones.

Platforms picking up Season Two for its kids worldwide audience, include; KidoodleTV, Tubi, AmebaTV, batteryPOP, Toon Goggles, Roku and KidZtube.

Each adventure story features one of the main characters with all the other Super Geek Heroes helping to solve a ‘mission to learn’. The read-aloud picture book videos introduce the listeners to the character’s wider world while delivering a core message that relates to the key development areas within the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Denise Deane, owner of Edutainment Licensing, said: “We are thankful for the overwhelming support of these world class platforms.

“Reading aloud to children has been shown to improve reading, writing and communication skills as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading and we are delighted to be introducing children to the super exciting world of Super Geek Heroes.”

Children’s author David Lawrence Jones to read Super Geek Heroes books for National Storytelling Week

The author and producer, David Lawrence Jones, has produced a series of seven read-aloud videos of the popular Super Geek Heroes picture books to coincide with National Storytelling Week that will run from January 30th to February 6th.

Lawrence Jones is the author and producer behind the pre-school 3D animated series Super Geek Heroes that is currently available to view on digital platforms across the globe. He will be reading all seven early years picture books, aimed at children aged three to six.

Each adventure story features one of the super heroes and introduces the listeners to their wider world whilst at the same time delivering a core message in a fun and engaging way that relates to the key development areas within the Early Years Foundation Stage.

“We are thrilled that David has undertaken this initiative, these stories are certain to delight fans of the show and the feedback from our existing digital partners has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Denise Deane of Edutainment Licensing, the licensing representative for the popular IP.

The 7 x 10 minute episodes include – Ant’s apple core Mission, Jake’s missing book Mission, Millie’s number nine Mission, Peter’s super space Mission, Ronnie’s rocket guitar Mission, Suzi’s scare bear Mission, and Vicki’s violet vowels Mission.

Super Geek Heroes is an animated series featured on SVoD, VoD, Smart TV Apps and OTT platforms around the world. The series educates and entertains children while enhancing their development through preschool and early years education.