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‘Flora of the Forest’ Opens Its Treehouse to Budding Scientists at MIPCOM 2016

New preschool property opens the world of natural science and exploration to all kids, with naturally inquisitive powerhouse Flora at the helm.

Flora of the Forest, a new 2D-animated preschool property from Koko Rose Media and King Rollo Films, is opening its treehouse to budding scientists everywhere at MIPCOM 2016.

Flora is a seven-year old budding scientist and adventurer who lives with mom in a treehouse in the forest. (think Bindi Irwin meets Indiana Jones!) The forest is also home to Rowan Fox, Barley- Crumb Badger and Lockhart Deer…and, of course, wannabe-animal cousin Toby.

Mom is a delightfully optimistic and playful academic. Her work at the natural history museum (which carries on in her magnificent treehouse lab) inspires Flora’s enthusiastic and never- ending curiosity every single day. She loves nothing more than to share her mom-inspired artefacts of life with her friends in the forest, where their collective imagination turns every discovery into an amazing adventure.

Based on a concept by Jo Rose, the first 52-episode season of the 11-minute Flora of the Forest is currently in development with Koko Rose Media (a Jo Rose/Lisa Hryniewicz Company), three-time Emmy-winning executive producer Karen Fowler (Dot, Sesame Street), and King Rollo (Poppy Cat, Winnie & Wilbur). Bejuba! is handling distribution at MIPCOM, running October 17-20 in Cannes.

Source: Koko Rose Media

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.