Guess How Much I Love You — The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare is being-co produced with Scrawl Studios in Singapore and German broadcaster, KI.KA and ARD’s HR (Hessischer Rundfunk). CCI Entertainment holds the worldwide distribution and licensing rights in Latin America, Asia, Middle East and Africa for the series.
Executive Producer, Suzanne Ryan said “Disney Junior is the perfect home for Guess How Much I Love You – The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare and we are delighted to have the collaboration and support of the Disney team on this much cherished property. The books are well known and loved amongst American families so we look forward to the animated series being a hit with Disney Junior’s audience and in turn the story of love to continue to be told for generations to come. We anticipate Guess How Much I Love You becoming the catch phrase of this decade.”
The first time adaptation of the bestselling classic,Â Guess How Much I Love Youâ„¢, relates the adventures of the Nutbrown Hares and their friends with the same endearing simplicity and love that has made the book a timeless classic. For over 15 years this memorable picture book about a father and son’s efforts to measure how much they love each other has enchanted children and adults the world over.
Always ready to play and laugh, Little Nutbrown Hare bounds through his days with a twitching curiosity. The ever patient Big Nutbrown Hare lovingly leads his son on journeys of discovery about the joys that nature holds. Inquisitive Little Field Mouse and mischievous Little Grey Squirrel often join them on adventures and not too far away they might encounter clever Little Redwood Fox, or Little White Owl with her tall tales of mystery and magic. Together they explore the meadows, forests and streams, playing, laughing, and discovering the wonder that the world holds.
Guess How Much I Love You– The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare keeps love as the major theme and each adventure in the series has a particular season as its backdrop, the wildflowers of Spring, the long, lazy days of Summer, the brilliant colours of Autumn or the frozen landscape of Winter.
The picture book, written by Sam McBratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram and published by Walker Books, has become an international publishing phenomenon, selling more than 22 million copies worldwide.