The Juno Company Kicks Off National Reading Month with "Do It Yourself ABC (Face)Book Contest"
Post a rhyme using each day's designated letter to win Juno prizes, gift cards, and more!
San Francisco - March 18, 2011 - March is National Reading Month and The Juno Company wants you and your child to celebrate! The Juno Company, a leading children's digital new media company specializing in the creation of innovative music education products including movies, apps and games, toys and books, launched the "Do It Yourself ABC (Face)Book Contest" where you can practice your rhymes and win daily prizes!
Getting involved in the contest is easy! Visit The Juno Company's Facebook page, become a fan and each day Juno will let you know that day's designated letter of the alphabet. Once the letter is announced that's your cue to post a music-related rhyme dedicated to someone special using the letter in as many creative ways as possible! Juno will pick a winner everyday and prizes include Juno products, gift cards and more!
The Juno Company, founded by mom and composer, Belinda Takahashi, Ph.D., is best known for its Emmy Award-winning Juno Baby line and its newly launched Juno Jr. line of products, which both feature original music composed and performed by live orchestral musicians and a cast of lovable puppets that interact with children through creative and educational storylines. The characters play in the musical world of Harmonia Springs where trees are made of cellos, cars are shaped like bass clefs and lamp posts like French horns and the train that takes them on their journey is made up entirely of musical instruments. Through their journeys, the characters learn new musical concepts as they sing to the original, orchestral music.
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to win some amazing prizes! Check out Juno's Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/JunoBaby) today and enter to win a new prize every day!
For more information on The Juno Company, please visit www.thejunocompany.com.
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About The Juno Company:
Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, The Juno Company is a leading children's digital media company specializing in the creation of innovative, music education products from digital Apps and games to movies that encompass virtual goods and/or physical goods. Founded by classical composer and mom, Belinda Takahashi, Ph.D., The Juno Company collaborates with top researchers, instructors, artists and musicians to produce its award-winning lines, Juno Baby and Juno Jr., which leverage the world's most talented puppet makers and orchestral musicians to create fun, witty and beautiful music education experiences through a series of DVDs, CDs, mobile Apps and books for children aged 12 months to preschool-age. Other products include toys, peripherals and apparel and are presently sold at various national retail stores. The Juno Company's series of digital Apps and eBooks are based on the Juno Baby and Juno Jr. storylines and provide children a new way to interact with, learn about and share music. Juno Baby and Juno Jr. IPs are owned by The Juno Company. The Juno Company at 116 New Montgomery Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94105; Phone (415) 820-5100 or (877) JUNO-BABY; Fax (415) 879-9937; and website at www.JunoBaby.com.
About Juno Baby and Juno Jr.
All DVDs, CDs, books and Apps published by The Juno Company feature original music composed and performed by live orchestral musicians, and a cast of lovable puppets that interact with children through creative and educational storylines. The Juno Baby and Juno Jr. puppets were designed and created by Belinda Takahashi and built and pupeteered by the talented hands of Ex Henson who was the talent behind some of your favorite Muppet and Sesame Street characters*. The main characters of the Juno franchise are: Juno, a young girl who loves music, Rai Rai, Juno's brother, a rabbit named Bunny, a cat named Indie, a caterpillar named Murphy and a bee named Buzz. In Juno Jr., the characters live in the musical world of Harmonia Springs where trees are made of cellos, cars are shaped like bass clefs and lamp posts like French horns, street signs flash "Waltz" and the train that takes them on their journey is made up entirely of musical instruments. Through their journeys, the characters learn new musical concepts as they sing to the original, orchestral music.
*The Muppet and Sesame Street trademarks and associated characters are the trademarks and intellectual property of their respective owners. Juno Baby, Inc. is not sponsored by, affiliated or associated with these companies.