Wow! The SpacePOP stories you guys wrote for the June Bonus Challenge were out of this world! Nearly 300 stories were submitted in only two weeks, and our moderators and judges read every single one.
For this challenge, we invited the SpacePOP creative team in Los Angeles and Erin Downing, the author of Not Your Average Princesses, to select the featured stories from a group of finalists.
And now without further ado, the Top 5 picks (in no particular order) …
Big thanks to our judges, and congratulations to all of the writers who worked so hard on this challenge. Keep up the awesome work!
You may continue to use the SpacePOP artwork on Storybird for your own picture books, longform stories, and poetry. And you can subscribe to the SpacePOP YouTube Channel to follow more adventures. If you a under 13, please get your parent’s permission first. Have fun!
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Genius Brands International, Inc. “GBI” (OTCQB: GNUS) is a publicly traded global brand management company that creates and licenses multimedia content for toddlers to tweens. Led by award-winning creators and producers, GBI creates “content and products with a purpose,” providing enrichment as well as entertainment. The Company distributes its content worldwide in all formats, as well as a broad range of consumer products based on its characters. GBI’s portfolio includes award-winning Baby Genius, recently re-launched with new entertainment and over 40 new products; adventure comedy Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab, available on Netflix, public broadcast stations and GBI’s Kid Genius channel on Comcast’s Xfinity on Demand reaching 21 million households; animated movie Stan Lee’s Mighty 7, the first project from Stan Lee Comics, a joint venture with Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment and featuring an all-star voice cast led by legendary Stan Lee; and Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club, created with and starring iconic investor Warren Buffett. The Company is also producing a new animated preschool series based on Llama Llama, the NY Times bestselling children’s book franchise; and a tween music-based adventure series SpacePOP.