Gokul Village and The Magic Fountain Book Review #gokulkids

Looking for a brand that features a diverse team of kids along with a great story-line? Then learn more about Gokul! World.


Note: I received product sample for review purpose. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

MY REVIEW

We received the book "Gokul Village and The Magic Fountain" ($16.99) for review and was amazed by it. The book is filled with colorful illustrations that feature different cultures, along with a fun story where each kid using their own personal skill helps drive the story and problem solve.


It's a great way for kids to understand they all can play a role in something, no matter the cultural differences.

And it seems that's what Gokul! World is all about.


ABOUT

In this first book, learn how Gokul’s fountain discovered its magic and how its magic transforms the lives of the children of Gokul Village.

Join six friends - Riya, Dalai, Noelle, Christopher, Zoya, and Jacob, as they work together to restore their beloved fountain and save the day for their annual village New Year’s celebration. Find out how six friends set in motion a world of amazing adventures.

Big, Bold, Beautiful World - Gokul! World Music Video


As a multimedia property, Gokul! World aims to prepare children ages 4-7 for success by fostering exploration, understanding and celebration of cultural diversity.

Besides the illustrated story book, the company will offer families digital shorts, an animated series, interactive mobile games, additional books and merchandise.

“Very few properties are tackling the full spectrum of diversity with characters that are relatable children versus animals,” said Jeni Chapman, co-founder and CEO of BBB World Media. “Our mission is for every child to see themselves in our stories. We’ve built Gokul! World from the ground up to be a global children’s media property based on diversity, we are not bolting this on to an existing endeavor.”

Gokul! World conducted research in the United States, United Kingdom and India to understand parents’ perspectives on cultural diversity and children’s entertainment. According to this global research, an overwhelming majority of parents –76% percent in the U.S. alone– believe there is a need for this type of entertainment, where stories represent the world in which we all live.

Gokul Village and the Magic Fountain” is available at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com


For more information visit www.gokulworld.com
 

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