By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Mother/daughter creative team, Lindsay Kahn, and Judy Luck Jordan, launch their website, theBubblesBrigade.com aimed at pre-readers and new readers. Flubble, Frankee, and Feebee are whimsical bubble characters that spark curiosity and promote parent-child learning.
“After 20 years of dedication, teamwork and a whole lot of love, we are thrilled to finally introduce The Bubble Brigade. We are grateful to everyone who has been with us on this amazing journey! Said Lindsay Kahn , M.S. CCC-SLP/TSSLD and Judy Luck Jordan , B.S. Education.
Today’s atmosphere of limited social interactions, distancing, and masks, can be confusing for young minds. Children are at the most crucial stage of their development between ages 1 and 5. It is more important than ever to feel connected, safe, and guided. The Bubble Brigade is a place that parents can turn to for information and inspiration. The content and activities are designed to improve focus, speech, problem solving and motor skills.
Flubble explores the world looking for treasures. Feebee is a magical paintbrush artist who creates beautiful things from recycled materials. Frankee is a great joker and always looking for adventure. They are both skilled at solving problems and finding lost objects. But there is a twist to their magic: water can only make them materialize.
The concept began with Flubble Bubble, a boy made of reflective bubbles; While raising children in Texas, Luck Jordan’s brainchild was born out of a soap bubble daydream. Flubble, her beloved character, was prominently featured in Luck Jordan’s short stories. Kahn, her then 11-year old daughter, was so inspired by her mother’s creation, she wrote a children’s book, “Floating Through the Alphabet with Flubble Bubble and Friends. “
Decades later, Kahn is a speech-language pathologist, based in New York City, who recognized a way to expand Flubble to help children learn. New characters emerged as the Bubble Brigade grew. And singer-songwriter, entrepreneur, Jamie Kolnick, came on board; Kolnick runs a children’s entertainment company, Jam with Jamie, with over 50 performers across the country. Kolnick appears in the Bubble Brigade’s shorts. She also wrote and performed the Bubble Brigade theme tune, which introduced the characters to the rest of the world.
Starting today, they premiere their first digital short with new videos to follow every month on their website and Youtube channel. A limited product line will launch in time for the 2021 holiday season.
Derek Bado, Media Maison
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