Introducing Iesodo – an brand new series on Minno! Iesodo (pronounced Yay-Sa-Doe) is a wise dove whose name means “The Way of Jesus.” He and his lovable feathered friends live in the Holy Land in a beautiful Cypress tree on the shores of a vast lake (or as we know it, the Sea of Galilee). The birds are an unlikely group of friends, and though they have their differences, they have one thing in common: since they met Iesodo, their lives have never been the same!
What is Iesodo?
Iesodo is a 13-episode animated series that teaches about Jesus and his life through a dove named Iesodo and his friends. Let’s meet the characters of Iesodo!
Iesodo is a kind and wise white dove. As leader of the flock, he spreads his message of love and kindness wherever he goes, changing the lives of birds everywhere.
Maggie is a Palestinian Sunbird who has had a tough life.
Barry is a Hoopoe, the national bird of Israel. He is upset when Iesodo goes against their age-old ways.
Rocky is a Bulbul, a common bird. He is our narrator.
Tom is a Kingfisher and a nervous little fellow, which often leads to humorous misunderstandings.
Jack and Jacob are pelican brothers, who seldom see eye-to-eye on anything, except their love for Iesodo.
What Parents Should Know
Iesodo is a beautifully-animated series that will teach kids about Jesus’ fundamental teachings of love and kindness. It provides wonderful opportunities for family discussions about what Jesus was teaching, why he came, and how we can live out the things we learn from Jesus’ life.
Episodes of Iesodo include catchy songs that will sure to have kids singing along! Parents will love the way music is used to move along the story as well as teach the most important concepts.
There are 13 episodes of Iesodo on Minno. Check out some clips from a few of the episodes below:
What We Love
We love the animation, fun characters, and great music throughout Iesodo and think your family will grow to love it too! Iesodo is a wonderful introduction to the teachings of Jesus, and kids from late preschool through late elementary school will learn a lot from these friendly birds.
You can find discussion guides and activities to go along with each episode at Iesodo.com