Hello, fellow Bluenoses,
We’re reaching out to the global Evertonian community to let everyone know about Bluenoses, a new, fun-packed, animated YouTube series for primary/elementary age kids. It’s completely FREE and completely free of ads, is age-appropriate and has been designed to engage and stimulate creative kids through word and image.
Bluenoses is the brainchild of lifelong Evertonians, poet Paul Cookson and Illustrator/producer, Martin Chatterton, and comes with impeccable Evertonian credentials. Producer Annie was born and raised in Neston Street, literally in the shadow of the Main Stand at Goodison Park. And, as well as being diehard Blues, both Paul and Martin have a professional relationship with the club: Paul as Everton’s Poet in the Community and Martin via his screen work with Chairman Bill. You may also remember Paul's and Martin’s ‘hymn’ to Everton: ‘Blessed Is The People’s Club’ which did the rounds earlier this year.
It’s worth pointing out that Bluenoses, despite the name and pedigree, is open to all, regardless of their poor life choices in mysteriously NOT supporting the Blues.
You can find out more about the Bluenoses project at http://worldofbluenoses.com which also contains a TON of fun stuff. More importantly, we’d love it if you could take a look and spread the word to your fellow Bluenoses around the world! There are currently 11 episodes live on the channel. You can find episode 1 here.
Alternatively, there are links on the Bluenoses website.
Martin & Paul
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1 Posted 05/11/2021 at 00:28:26
Thanks for sharing. I'll let my two primary school aged Everton mad nephews know.
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