Daily Nuggets for 3.23.10

The wonderful Boston Children’s Music site has a great interview with Gustafer Yellowgold creator Morgan Taylor.

‘Liv Crayola’ is a new school supply line for teen girls. (ToyXplosion)

Beezus and Ramona are big-screen bound and the trailer is ready to view. (Kids Lit)

Fisher-Price has releases three new iPhone apps to support their brand including a Little People and See ‘n Say app. (

Fisher-Price: Little People Farm

I love the sound of this: PBS Kids Sprout and DECODE Enterprises have announced the exclusive U.S. launch of dirtgirlworld, the first green living series for preschoolers. (Licensing Blog)

Popeye is back! Former Marvel exec Avi Arad is make a 3-D Popeye for Sony. (ICv2)

Lucasfilm is said to be developing a Star Wars animated series aimed at preschoolers. Start ’em young! (Animated Magazine)

According to analytics firm Flurry, 44% of apps currently being tested on the iPad are games. (MCV)

According to a Twitter tease from LeVar Burton, Reading Rainbow may be set to return. (Huffington Post)

Kid-friendly Web browser maker KidZui scores $4 million financing round. The company also lined up partnerships with Best Buy, Comcast and DreamWorks. (TechCrunch)

Have you voted in Zooglobble’s KidVid tournament?

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