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Justin Time
The Pancake Express

By Brandon James Scott

$15.95, hardcover, 36 Pages,
ISBN: 978-1-59702-035-0, 9.5 x 10

"Justin Time is a gentle show, meant for the youngest members of the family, and is packed with science-based information handled in an age-appropriate way. Justin and his friend Olive are kind and thoughtful as they help animals they encounter...With easy-to-digest lessons about animals and ecosystems, Justin Time holds preschoolers' interest while imparting knowledge." - Common Sense Media

San Francisco, California- September 15, 2012

Immedium, Inc. proudly announces the publication of the children's picture book Justin Time: The Pancake Express. Created by the professional animator Brandon Scott, this colorful adventure is perfect for all train lovers! This debut book series is based on episodes from a new animated television show, which debuted on PBS Sprout in the USA in April 2012, NBC Kids on Saturday mornings in July 2012, and on Disney Junior's Family Channel in Canada starting in September 2012.

All aboard! Justin and his pal Squidgy imagine themselves behind the wheel of a classic steam train, delivering important cargo for their friend Olive. But they discover it's not easy getting through the Canadian wilderness. Will their barrel of maple syrup make it to Flap Jack Falls in time for the Pancake Festival? Never give up!

History and travel inspire creator Brandon Scott to stoke kids' imaginations. "I love the idea of seeing all these cultures and places and, as a preschool show, exposing little kids to some of this exciting stuff like different countries and different cultures, giving them a taste for it," said Scott. "It could be very cool and important. Maybe later when they're learning about it in school they'll remember seeing it in an episode of Justin Time."

Produced by Guru Studio, the Justin Time animated TV series airs on Disney Junior channels in Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Italy. The series will also air on Discovery Kids Latin America, Discovery Familia in the U.S., Finland's YLE, Israel's Hop!, and in South Korea.

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About Immedium

Immedium, Inc. inspires a world of imagination, and creates entertaining books that have multi-dimensional appeal. Based in San Francisco, CA, Immedium sits on the Pacific Rim, a vibrant intersection for crossover cultural trends from Asia and America. Embracing an increasingly diverse and "multimedia" world, Immedium publishes titles ranging from eye-catching children's books and contemporary non-fiction to commentaries on art and popular culture. Visit us at www.immedium.com.

About the Author

Olive Brandon James Scott is the creator and art director of Justin Time, an animated series now in production of its second season. At Guru Studio, he has worked as a designer for clients such as DDB New York, Ogilvy, Family Channel and Kraft. Previously, Brandon was an illustrator at JibJab Media where he helped illustrate the children's book The Longest Christmas List Ever. Guru Studio is a Toronto animation production studio that provides financing, concept development, pre- and post-production, marketing, and distribution of animated video content for all platforms.

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"Remember as a kid when possibilities seemed endless and a cardboard box could transform into a fort, a tank, a mountain, or a Super Mario pipe?... Justin Time is a new animated program for pre-schoolers that brings that boundless creativity to the small screen. The show centers on Justin, a young boy who imagines himself traveling around the world at different points in history."
- Torontoist