FREE KIDS EBOOKS, CARTOON PICTURES, CARTOON GAMES

cartoon licensing

cartoon licensing, image licensing and cartoon character licensing are easy ways to license cartoon characters for your project. Honey Dee is one of our popular characters.

Entertaining Learning

Teaching kids while entertaining them at the same time is sort of like using sugar to sweeten medicine so that it goes down more smoothly. A great tool to this end is the kid’s ebook, the Pacific Ocean, which features nicely illustrated, well-drawn, comic style characters who are open and friendly and completely absent of any subversive traits. Children are drawn to Professor Beetoven, who talks about the measurements and dangers and inhabitants of the sea, as well as the history of its chartography. Kids don’t even know they are learning, but are excited to discover new information about the natural world.

FREE DOWNLOAD
[wpdm_file id=9]

Kids e book

JUST THE FACTS Kids

JUST THE FACTS Kids (cartoon ebooks)

One of the primary ways kids learn is through example, and what is more attractive to a young person then a cartoon? A story that is paneled and illustrated is an immediate way for little people to access information as they are pulled in through colorful characters, the obvious interchange of dialogue and simple plot techniques to keep them engaged. Through the innovative and economical technology of ebooks, children are now able to have access to children’s ebooks that are not only fun to read, but can be educational too.

Professor Beetoven is not only a knowledgeable cartoon bee who “knows everything”, but a friendly, unassuming and humble bee as well. When it comes to both being entertained and learning about the world through ebooks, children respond positively to Professor Beetoven, who is a cartoon character with a straightforward, friendly manner. In “Professor Beetoven’s First Adventure: The Pacific Ocean”, he joins the loveable comic character, Barnacle Bill, in communicating several key and basic facts throughout the plotline of the story. A lot is communicated in a fun context.

What has been acquired is summed up easily so at the end of the ebook, children are able to process all the information that has been communicated in the storyline. “Professor Beetoven’s Magic Book of Knowledge” contains an outline of everything that the learned Bee and his friends have discovered in the course of their sea adventure. It contains just the facts, each one stated simply and objectively, that have already been conveyed, from data about the length, width and depth of the ocean to information about the International Date Line and the various explorers that have mapped the sea. This is a powerful way of driving home the educational value of the cartoon, and reinforcing what has been learned.

Eric Simpson

OBSESSED WITH CARTOONS

Adults and children of all ages are obsessed with cartoons because of the way they tell stories in a way that not only appeals to the imagination and the mind, but to the eye as well. Comic drawings such as can be found in eBooks for kids are very popular because they not only serve to educate children, but also keep them focused and intrigued by a storyline that plays out before their very eyes. Well-drawn illustrations that are simple and pleasing to the child’s eye can carry her along while being entertained by interesting characters, and storyline that play to the kinds of interests and activities targeted for a child audience.

Among kids eBooks, Professor Beethoven first adventure, The Pacific Ocean, stands out as one that is worthy of obsession. In it, children not only discover various facts about the natural world, the dimensions of the ocean, the history of those who charted it, the number and kinds of fish in the sea, and the potential dangers of seafarers, but it is all illustrated with funny comic characters who each appeal to a child’s tastes, interests and eye. Professor Beethoven, the Ambassador of Intelligence, doesn’t cram hard information down the throat, but rather is a friendly bee with a graduation cap and a diploma in humble smarts. Younger kids love poring over the illustrations, discovering every detail, laughing at the mis-hearings of the kindly old merchant marine, Barnacle Bill, and almost incidentally, really learning about all kinds of stuff that will pique their interest to know more. More than that, older kids will discover the joy of reading as the text is presented in story form, but punctuated with excellent and appealing illustrations. They won’t even be aware they are learning things, but will inspire the desire to learn more.

Cartoon Licensing

United States licensing contact info.
Katie Cartier
714-957-6275
cartierkatie@gmail.com

Asia licensing contact info.
Hubert Co
+632 722 4311
+632 722 4325
Mobile- +63 917 8333 827
hubert@empiremultimedia.com
empiremultimedia.com

UK licensing contact info.
Russell Dever
1461
The Studio
14 Rockingham Court
Towton
North Yorkshire. LS24 9TL
United Kingdom
http://www.1461productions.com/index.html
russellatsplash@btinternet.com

Tel: +44 (0)8459011657

Debate

There is an age-old debate among artists, scholars, educators and craftspeople, and that is whether illustration should be considered art. Art like cartooning is often derided as being less than “real” art, with little or no time taken to understand the complexities of the seemingly simple images, nor of the time and effort put into producing visuals that tell stories.

Illustrations direct the viewer in a direction that does not necessarily involve the use of words. Visuals are used to replace words, and evoke in the viewer certain emotions. They can be used to sell products, teach, cause certain emotions, or induce action. For instance, consider a novel you might have recently read. While the illustration might be very beautiful and of a quality that makes it fine art, how does the cover art make you *feel*? Are you a little frightened if it’s a horror novel, or a little attracted to the dashing gentleman on the cover of a romance? That is art that is doing a job, and that’s illustration.

Even cartoon characters evoke emotions, and can be used to tells stories that make an adult or child really think about an issue. Well-done cartoons show a range of emotions, keep a story moving in a fun or interesting direction and keep you wanting more. They relate perfectly to the story being told in words, and their emotions match the arc of the story in predictable ways that are comforting, and still fun to follow.

It sometimes takes years to fully develop a character that will convey what you want to say to children and adults. If a life lesson is being imparted, a sympathetic character can lead a child to a certain conclusion gently, and if it’s a potentially dangerous lesson (say, fire safety), a sterner character can help children learn about safety and just how important it is.

Stay In Touch
Email facebook google +
Pinterest Cartoon Gems Blog You Tube