The Great Book of Nature
GenreAdventure
Drama
Fantasy
Anthology
Educational
Children's television series
Created byOrlando Corradi
Music byJohn Sposito
Country of originItaly
North Korea
Original languagesEnglish
Italian
No. of episodes54
Production
ProducerOrlando Corradi
Running time26 minutes
Production companyMondo TV
Release
Original networkRai 2
Original releaseJune 7, 1999 (1999-06-07) –
August 25, 2000 (2000-08-25)
External links
Website

The Great Book of Nature (Italian: Il Grande Libro della Natura) is an Italian-North Korean animated television series produced by Mondo TV and SEK Studio in 1999. It is composed of non-sequential episodes hosted by a bear, this series features various kind of creatures, such as fish, insects and birds, while depicting their different habitats - whether sea, land or sky. At the end of each episode, the audience is treated to instructive sets of questions and answers that teach young viewers about a given creature's various kind of behaviours.[1] There are 54 different episode of it of different stories.[2] Before being compiled into a television series, the animated shorts were likely used as theatrical propaganda cartoons in North Korea.

This show was telecast in India in Just Kids! on Sahara TV, and also in Russia on TRK Petersburg (St-Petersburg, 3ch VHF1) to winter-spring (or January–March 29 for Sure) 2004 and Moscow channel "Stolica" (VHF3) to winter (December–January) 2004-2005.

This show was shown in various countries in different languages after Mondo TV went public.[3]

Episodes

References

  1. ^ "Mondo TV S.P.A - Library The Great Book Of Nature". Mondo TV Italy 1999.
  2. ^ "The Great Book Of Nature". Mondo TV Youtube.
  3. ^ "Italy's Mondo TV Goes Public". AWN News. 16 June 2000.