The powerful illustrated children’s book complements the company’s existing games, merchandise, and upcoming animated television series. The company will also launch other products to help children recognize and explore their true worth, picking up basic math concepts during the process.
"Worthless", the first in the series introduces Zelza Zero, a little zero that attends Digits Elementary School. She is the only zero at her school, and begins to wonder about her worth. Zelza and her classmates learn that everyone has value, no matter who they are. The book is 24 pages and was written by Andre Morgan and Jennifer Smith.
Help your child learn some basic math concepts through the charming children's books from Zelza Zero Entertainment LLC. Written for children three to seven years old, the books draw readers in with wonderful stories and expose them to basic math concepts.
The company’s CEO is confident that their brand completes the ‘missing link’ in today’s educational policies.
“Two things lack in the current system; the true fundamentals of basic math and also personal education to help young children develop vital self-worth and a sense of belonging. We’ve combined both into a powerful brand through our wholly-unique character, Zelza Zero,” says Osime.
Continuing, “This book offers children an invaluable opportunity to explore issues relating to bullying, teasing and the dangers of exclusion. By making a friend out of Zelza Zero, they’ll not only develop high self-esteem, but see the value in all people around the world. In terms of learning math, children will be exposed to basic fundamental concepts without feeling like they’re learning. It’s the perfect tie-in!”
Zelza Zero Entertainment has recently signed a television series co-production deal with South Korea's Neon Pumpkin, to produce ‘The Adventures of Zelza Zero & Friends™’.
“This deal is poised to expand our brand beyond our wildest dreams, adding to the popularity of our existing games and inspiring stationary. Therefore, it is perfect timing to bring our brand full-circle with the launch of the Zelza Zero book series. We want all children to learn that they’re a star – no matter who they are,” Osime adds.
‘Zelza Zero: Worthless’ is available now on ZelzaZero.Com, iTunes, Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble's Nook, Sony eReader Store and Kobo. Readers are also urged to keep up to date with the imminent launch of the series’ next two volumes – ‘Zelza Goes to the Mall’ and ‘The Test’ by getting on her list through the website.