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Small Potatoesis a hot new preschool series airing on Disney Junior. This adorable board book introduces readers to each of the Small Potatoes. Learn fun facts about Ruby, Nate, Chip, and Olaf, and discover what makes each of them special in their own way!
Josh Selig is the Founder and President of Little Airplane Productions. He is the Creator and Executive of many preschool series including "The Wonder Pets!" on Nick Jr. (winner of the 2009 Japan Prize for Best Television Series), "3rd & Bird" and "Small Potatoes" on CBeebies and Disney Junior. Josh has received 10 Emmy Awards for his work as a writer on “Sesame Street” and has won a Humanitas Award for his work as Head Writer on Nick Jr.'s “Little Bill.” He was also the Resident Producer in Jerusalem for the historic Israeli-Palestinian production of "Sesame Street."