Scholastic Entertainment Announces New Series, Eva the Owlet
Scholastic Entertainment recently revealed a new animated series based on a popular book in Scholastic’s library. Tentatively titled Eva the Owlet, the new series is inspired by author Rebecca Elliot’s Owl Diaries series of best-selling books.
The Owl Diaries series of books boasts of 3 million copies in print, with 8 foreign language translations consisting of Chinese, Farsi, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak, Turkish, and Vietnamese. Eva the Owlet marks the first ever 3D CG animated series for preschoolers that is targeted towards kids who love DIY reality shows and Youtube videos. The series follows the titular owlet, who is very creative and loves watching DIY cooking and crafting shows. Eva has her own DIY videos in which she teaches viewers how to make their own home made crafts.
Eva the Owlet is produced with the help of Brown Bag Films, with a pilot script written by four time Emmy winner Ed Valentine. Each episode will feature Eva directly interacting with the audience and encouraging viewers to participate in a simple craft project.