Top Ten Tuesday #1: Top 10 Rabbit Ears Male Characters

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.

Each week there’s a different Top Ten list. It’s a great way to find and connect with other awesome bloggers.

So today’s Top Ten Tuesday theme is my top 10 Male Characters from various Rabbit Ears Productions stories!

So, here’s my top 10 Male Characters from Rabbit Ears Productions!

Top Ten Tuesday Rabbit Ears Males

10.  The Tin Soldier from “The Steadfast Tin Soldier”

Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale of a toy steadfast tin soldier going through an adventurous journey after he is knocked out of the window has always rang on in my heart for years!  Honestly, everything about this character was fantastic, especially when the toy soldier remained calm through all the troublesome situations it gets itself into!

9. Joseph from “Joseph and his Brothers”

The classic Bible story about Joseph being sold into slavery by his merciless brothers has always affected me in more ways than one.  But, I had always loved the fact that Joseph had managed to survive through this ordeal through his faith in God and his determination to free himself.

8. Finn McCoul from “Finn McCoul”

The tale of an Irish giant who tries to find a way to outsmart a larger and meaner giant (with  help from  his wife) has always made me roll on the ground with laughter and I just loved the way that Finn and his Wife managed to outwit the giant Cucullin through a less violent method!

7. Jack from “Jack and the Beanstalk”

“Jack and the Beanstalk” has always been one of my favorite fairy tales and Jack’s character in this version of the famous fairy tale has always had me laughing with glee with his smart remarks and his clever ways of tricking the ogre!

6. Koi from “Koi and the Kola Nuts”

Koi from “Koi and the Kola Nuts” is a fantastic character who is full of determination to prove to everyone that he is the son of a Chief and I just loved the way that he helps out various animal friends throughout the story, which would soon prove that his kindness would not go unrewarded!

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5. Stormalong from “Stormalong”

Stormalong was quite an unusual character as he goes on wild adventures and shows the true meaning of being dedicated to  life as a sailor!

4. Paul Bunyan from “Paul Bunyan”

Paul Bunyan is a truly fantastic character who shows much determination and perseverance in his role in the logging industry and it was fantastic seeing his smiling face as he works hard to complete the requirements requested of him!

3. The Fool from “The Fool and the Flying Ship”

The Fool was such an interesting and hilarious character as he would prove how determined he was in pursuing the Tsar’s daughter for his wife.  I also loved his relationship with the other characters who accompanied him on his journey as they were hilarious to look at and it really showed how kindhearted the Fool really is!

2. John Henry from “John Henry”

John Henry was such an amazing character as he  beats the steam drill using his confidence and determination to win the race! That is one of the main reasons why this character has become a favorite of mine in the Rabbit Ears stories!

1. Pecos Bill from “Pecos Bill”

Pecos Bill is easily my most favorite male character in the entire Rabbit Ears franchise as he practically has everything!  He is funny, charming and adventurous and it was those personalities that really made me love him!  And he also fought a cyclone!  How awesome is that?


Posted on Tuesday, July 8, 2014


Cosgrove Hall Research

A great research on the British Animation Company, Cosgrove Hall!

Cosgrove Hall Research Portfolio


I don’t know if it’s because I grew up with them but as far as I’m concerned the 80s and early 90s will always be the best era for children’s television, especially with British animation. Shows like Superted and The Trap Door, even the ones for younger kids like Postman Pat, I could still happily watch today.

I considered quite a few different animators and studios when thinking about who I wanted to research. I thought it would be lazy of me to do someone glaringly obvious like Disney or Pixar; they’re companies that I could write quite a lot about without necessarily having to do too much research. I wanted a company I didn’t know too much about but also one whose work I was familiar with and enjoyed. I chose Cosgrove Hall. I remember it having quite a big impact on my childhood, which is strange when I…

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Cowgirls, Cowboys and Cowcookies…

Lit for Kids great list for books!

Lit For Kids

posted by Meghan

There are some obsessions that we only seem to have in childhood.  Dinosaurs, knights/princesses, trucks, cowboys – all seem to be things that we could not be passionate about as kids, but all but forget about as adults. (Ok, except the princess thing, which almost every woman I know secretly wants to turn into, and maybe the love of trucks turns to cars, specifically BMW’s and yes, I’m talking to you, honey.)  I guess because there aren’t all that many job listings for paleontologists or cowboys.  But as kids… ah, the fantasies abound.  And so, we bring you our favorite cowboys, cowgirls, and other assorted stetson- wearing creatures.


Giddy Up, Cowgirlby Jarret Krosoczka

Krosoczka is a huge favorite of ours, and this simple book is no exception.  Cowgirl is a big help to her Momma, in her own way, which any parent of a…

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Meryl Streep – Reading ‘The Velveteen Rabbit’

Review on the Velveteen Rabbit narrated by Meryl Streep!

Meryl Streep Info

Meryl Streep reading “The Velveteen Rabbit”. The official video you can see after the pic below, but the sound isn’t so clear so I put them up on 4shared. Click to download


Official video:

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