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.”

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