European production and distribution company Millimages is launching its iPad app “Louie, teach me to draw and write” in the US.
Paris, France -- European production and distribution company Millimages is launching its iPad app Louie, teach me to draw and write in the US. Available for download from the App store for $ 3.99, the app is already a proven success across Europe since it launched.
Pre-schoolers can join Louie, Yoko and their friends on the Apple iPad. Young Louie fans can learn how to draw and write the letters of the alphabet through four different activities: they can draw with Louie and his friends; colour their favourite characters by dipping fingers into individual paint pots; put letters of their names in the right order, and write the letters of their names.
Marie-Caroline Villand, Head of Development and Productions at Millimages says: “The iPad is a natural platforms for extending the Louie brand and this app, now available in the US for the first time, offers kids the opportunity to learn whilst having fun. We are excited to be taking Louie to new audiences and consumers across the world via digital media.”
Louie is a hit pre-school brand for Millimages. With three seasons and 117 episodes, plus two half-hour specials, Louie
is produced by Millimages and broadcasts in over a 100 territories. It also has an extensive licensing programme in France and agents in Europe and Asia. Millimages holds all international TV and licensing and merchandising rights to the property.
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.