Every child knows nursery rhymes. They hear them in school and on CD’s received at one time or another as presents.
All these nursery rhymes have one point in common : they are from another era, and were composed long ago. You might find them a bit old-fashioned. Yet children today know them just as we did when we were their age. These nursery rhymes are timeless.
To perpetuate the tradition, we decided to breathe new life into them. We felt that these naïve and fun stories are perfectly suited to our animation program, in which they are illustrated with great simplicity.
A pretty and colorful world was created to nourish a child’s imagination and put images to words such as crocodiles, boats, little mice, etc. It’s a little like the picture dictionary concept. You learn the singular, the plural, colors, a few expressions...
Oh! The crocodiles
Old Ma Michel
Are you sleeping, Brother John ?
The fox, the weasel and the wolf
Mommy the little boats
A Hen on a Wall
Sleep my little Billy my Brother
Hello cousin how are you
Have you seen my cow
Have you seen it, yellow peanut
A spider knits a pair of socks
Lets go and walk one mile
Rain, rain, go away
Skylark, lovely skylark
The ferret runs and runs
That’s what puppets do, do, do
The sleepy Miller
Tiny little green mouse
Mother mother let me say
Happy travels Mr McGee
The big deer
On the Bridge up and down
Good king Dagobert
My Father found a man for me
Watchmen in the castle
Take a walk in the woods
Original idea : Emmanuelle Reyss
Directors : Emile Vanvolsem & Emmanuelle Reyss
Original music & Arrangements : Ghislain de Buchy
Worldwide distribution : Le Regard Sonore
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