Lovable, loyal Clifford still easily wins over viewers more than 50 years after he made his entrance in children’s books.
The reboot of Scholastic’s Clifford the Big Red Dog, based on Norman Bridwell’s beloved books, is a funnier, more contemporary take on the characters and situations in Clifford’s world, with a social curriculum focusing on imaginative play, literacy, and empathy.
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The creators of Peg + Cat, the popular PBS television show and book series, came to Central Library for a special storytime today as the last event of JetBlue’s Soar with Reading initiative at Queens Public Library.
Would this be considered a reboot or a re-woof? (O.K., we’ll stop now.)
But “Clifford The Big Red Dog,” the animated children’s series based on the books that began in 1963 by Norman Bridwell, is coming back to television in Fall 2019, Scholastic will announce on Wednesday. It will run concurrently on Amazon Prime and PBS Kids, bringing back the lovable red dog who grows from a small puppy to one larger than a house.
Best friends Melia and Jo construct and create together with their trust robot Reynaldo, making the world a little better with each new invention.