How do you describe economics to a 7-year-old? Should your preteen care about the government? For too long, parents have been at the mercy of professional curriculum developers to instruct their children. History is watered down, key principles omitted altogether, and time and attention are given to things of lesser importance. Not anymore. Tuttle Twins is the first cartoon series to teach kids enduring principles of freedom, economics, and government that both they—and their adults—actually want to watch.
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Class A Preferred Units $0.88 per unit
- Invest $150 or more - Your name added to the backer list on the Tuttle Twins website! Plus, we’ll send you some printable coloring pages of characters from the show.
- Invest $250 or more - Your name listed in the credits of the pilot as an investor (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $1,000 or more - Exclusive digital access to the show trailer weeks before the public will see it (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $5,000 or more - After the release of Episode 2 and 3, you will receive a digital copy of those scripts signed by show Creator Daniel Harmon and Writers Jonny Vance, Jessica Rigby, Natalie Madsen, Kelly Vrooman and Kellen Erskine (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $10,000 or more - Get exclusive virtual access to see the pilot episode of the show before anyone else (coming Summer 2021). And you’ll get to participate in a virtual Q&A with the creators of the show (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $20,000 or more - Hop on a 30 minute video call with Tuttle Twins Creator, Daniel Harmon (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $25,000 or more - You'll receive Derek the Raccoon plushie fresh off the assembly line! We'll also send you a limited edition frame of animation signed by Tuttle Twins Creator Daniel Harmon (plus all previous perks).
- Invest $50,000 or more - Our animators will design a background character in your likeness for the show! You'll also receive a print of your character design signed by Tuttle Twins creator Daniel Harmon (plus all previous perks).
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Author of the Tuttle Twins books and Executive Producer
A few years ago, Connor wanted to find children’s books that taught principles of freedom to read to his own kids. When he couldn't find them, he decided to write them himself! Despite the fact that he got a C- in his fifth grade English class, Connor has now written 14 Tuttle Twins books (and counting!) and has sold over 2 million copies to tens of thousands of families across the country. (Take that, Mrs. Johnson!)
Showrunner of the Tuttle Twins TV show
Daniel is the Chief Creative Officer and a founder at the Harmon Brothers Agency. Coincidentally, he is also one of the founding brothers in the Harmon family.
Daniel is known for his advertising work directing the viral Squatty Potty, Purple Mattress, Chatbooks, Fiber Fix and Camp Chef ads. Under his creative leadership, Harmon Brothers ads have driven over $400 million in sales and reached over 1.4 billion views (which is only like 20% of the world’s population #dobetter).
Producer, Tuttle Twins TV Show
Jordyn has been involved in the animation industry for the past ten years. In her time at Blue Sky Studios she helped in the production for Ice Age 5, Peanuts and Ferdinand. Having worked on the artist and production side of the pipeline gives her unique insight into timelines, budgets and workloads.
Writer, Tuttle Twins TV Show
Kelly Vrooman is a seasoned veteran of Children’s TV, beginning with Sprout/Universal Kids where she was the original live morning host on "The Sunny Side Up Show" and a writer and star on "The Chica Show". This year, Kelly teamed up with DreamworksTV to create and produce a web series called “The Teensy Tiny DIY Show” - with the cutest crafts you’ll ever see. Kelly also runs a family friendly web series, “According to Kids” in which kids tell their versions of favorite movies.
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