Welcome to the November 21, 2007 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.
Jon Swift presents Harry Potter Is a Brat posted at Jon Swift, saying, “Harry Potter is a terrible role model. He is a petulant, self-pitying brat who routinely breaks rules that he believes don’t apply to him.”
Rebecca Wallace-Segall presents When one boy plays video games… he finds inspiration posted at a community of young writers in new york city, saying, “Media, video game culture, teens”
blue skelton presents Production Blog: icarly.com posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “icarly.com is a new fan-generated content show from Nickelodeon. The show is hosted by Miranda Cosgrove from the smash WB hit Smallville. The show will incorporate footage from real kids who have submitted videos to the show.”
James Finn presents Why am I here? posted at A Work in Progress, saying, “I am developing a children’s tv show. The blog talks about the stages that I am in, as well as my interest in past and present children’s programming.”
Meredith Mathews presents Set your Tivo: Music Awards, New Comedy & Fall Classics! posted at Lemonade Stand, saying, “November has several finales, a few of much-anticipated premieres, and special holiday programming for the whole family. Get your remote in hand and set your Tivo DVR to catch some of these programs this month.”
Dana presents Principled Discovery » Educational Television, A Misnomer? posted at Principled Discovery, saying, “I am not exactly sure this fits, but maybe it does?”
Carole G. McKay presents Toys for Tots: The Sequel posted at McKay Today, saying, “An expanded view that looks beyond media to the whole subject of entertainment for our children, the motivation behind the marketing, and what we can do about it.”
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Peter Plum graduated top of his drawer in the crisper, but still can’t seem to get on VeggieTales DVD’s. So every day he tries to figure out how to get into the shows while reviewing them for VeggieTales Review. When he’s not writing reviews, he’s busy with his growing family of fruits and attempting to keep things fresh.