Poppy Cat

Poppy Cat

Based on the books by British illustrator and author Lara Jones, Poppy Cat is an adorable and curious feline who loves to explore with her colorful mix of animal friends – and makes their adventures extraordinary!

First published in 2003 in the UK (with over 2.5 million copies sold worldwide since then), Poppy Cat was specifically written, and now animated, for a preschool audience.

Each adventure is told from the point-of-view of Lara, a young girl with a vivid imagination and exceptional storytelling ability who talks to her faithful cat, Poppy. They travel to destinations full of fantasy and magic for fun-filled adventures in pirate ships, hot air balloons and rocket rides.

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The 24-hour preschool television channel Sprout will debut the new, animated preschool series Poppy Cat on Monday, November 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET, during the season premiere of Sprout’s signature, original bedtime block, The Good Night Show. Airing exclusively on Sprout in the U.S., Poppy Cat is produced by Coolabi Productions.

“The Poppy Cat series has been a huge hit in the UK in both books and on television,” said Andrew Beecham, senior vice president of programming for Sprout. “She is a character that I think kids will fall in love with. Poppy Cat has a great sense of adventure, fun, fairness and compassion, and we are thrilled to be bringing this new show to U.S. audiences.”

The Good Night Show

The Good Night Show

Each evening, Poppy Cat will air within Sprout’s The Good Night Show, a three-hour programming block that was created as a tool for parents to help wind down their preschoolers for bedtime after a busy day.

In addition to all the songs, stories, games and bedtime activities shared by hosts Nina and Star that Sprout viewers have made a part of their nightly bedtime routine, three brand new Good Night Show activity links will be introduced this season:

Star Talks to Kids – Star has a one-on-one with a preschooler who shares everything from the name of his or her favorite made-up superhero to what they like most about rainy days.

Sprout a Sandy Story – Nina and Star create a story pertaining to the night’s theme. As the story unfolds, Nina illustrates it with the use of a sand art table illuminated by a light box.

Clean Up – Nina and Star model the importance of cleaning up after a long day of play, and sing a new “Clean Up” song as they straighten up and prepare for going to sleep.

The Good Night Show airs nightly from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET (and repeats from 9:00 p.m. to midnight ET for families in different time zones).

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