EdAnime Productions produces innovative and engaging educational media for children. Our primary objectives are to:

  • Supplement information currently taught to children in public and private schools
  • Promote favorable self-images, heighten self-esteem and cultivate a sense of self-awareness
  • Foster high achievement motivation and high extension need

All of which are essential for children to achieve their full potential.

Announcements Meltrek ep 2_Amazon Sept 15Meltrek Episode 2: Exploring The Pre-Columbian Americas is now available! This is the second episode of Meltrek, a children’s educational hip hop animated series that teaches history from an African perspective. Visit our shop to purchase the second Meltrek episode in DVD or digital format. For more information about Meltrek, click here to download our brochure and visit our Testimonials page to view customer feedback about the film.


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Bring our characters home with you and allow your children to learn with them. Our shop contains educational films, storybooks, coloring books, unit plans and more. Proceeds are used to produce educational materials, fund educational workshops and field trips.


Meltrek Showings

Bring Meltrek to your school! Have your administrator contact us via email at info@edanimeproductions.com or by phone: 443-267-7908.

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EdAnime Cooperative Economic Programs

EdAnime Cooperative Economic Programs provide to Educational Institutions and Business Owners substantial savings on bulk purchases of Meltrek products. By joining our one of Cooperative Economic Programs, you have the ability to provide your students and customers with high-quality educational products. Learn more here.


What’s New?

Would you like to familiarize your child with books by renown African American writers such as Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, and Maya Angelou? What about exposing your child to autobiographies of African American activists, poets, actors? Do you have or know children who attend middle or high school? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, signup for the EdAnime Youth book club. The journey will commence on April 1st.