MEDIA & PRESS
Save Queen Green
Save Queen Green: Mother Nature's Eco-Rhymes
Edutainment for Children that Teaches Important Environmental Lessons Through the Arts
About the Project
Save Queen Green! Mother Nature’s Eco Rhymes, is a children’s book & album that follows Queen Green’s Keepers on a quest to save the planet!
Queen Green, our depiction of Mother Nature, is sad because her oceans are dirty, her trees have been cut down & her air is unclean. It’s a race to make Queen Green happy again as her Keepers learn what to do (and what not to do) to save our resources & protect the environment! Queen Green’s Eco-Rhymes, set to classic children’s tunes such as “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” & “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,” but with a modern, upbeat flair help teach Wasteful Winnie how to save water &Toxic Tricia how to protect the air we breathe. Families will learn important environmental lessons in a fun & memorable way!
About the Creators
Queen Green is voiced and played by Angela Vincent. Angela and her co-author and mother, Marisa Vincent worked to create the eco-rhymes out of their love and passion for the environment, their vision to merge science and the arts to provide edutainment experiences for children, and their dream to inspire the next generation to learn about protecting the planet.
Research shows that children learn important messages through repetition in rhymes and songs. So, they added a new and refreshing spin on familiar rhymes and created eco-rhymes in order to bring awareness to the environmental issues that face our generation and generations to come.
Angela & Marisa are more than happy to take requests for media interviews and even make special appearances when they are able. Just use the contract form HERE to request an interview.
Hear a Sample Track Here
Mother Nature's Dream, to tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" from "Save Queen Green" CD
TELEVISION & MEDIA INTERVIEWS
Listen to Angela & Marisa as they discuss the vision and passion they have for educating children about the importance of environmental issues.