Amazon’s Emmy-Winning Kids’ Series Tumble Leaf Returns for an All-New Season Ric Speaks with Series Creator Drew Hodges and Executive Producer Kelli Bixler About the Critically Acclaimed Animated Series that Teaches Children About Science and Nature

Tumble Leaf — Amazon’s Emmy®-winning stop-motion animation series aimed at pre-school age children — is back for a second season. Created by Drew Hodges (who’s also done animation segments for Saturday Night Live and Community) and produced by Kelli Bixler, Tumble Leaf focuses on a curious blue fox, and his caterpillar friend, who embark on new nature-filled adventures and discover science through creative play and experiments. The series, which earned the Daytime Emmy Award® for Best Pre-School Series as well as the 2015 Parents’ Choice Gold Award, is available for unlimited streaming through Amazon Prime Video beginning Dec. 11.

Series creator Drew Hodges and Executive Producer Kelli Bixler, discuss the show, how it differs from other children’s programming, as well as the importance of teaching science to kids at a young age.

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