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Dana Plautz, Mrs. P Enterprises
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MrsP.com Releases Two New Stories To Her Free Magic Online Library

April 06, 2009 - Portland, Oregon - MrsP.com, the critically-acclaimed entertainment Web site for chidlren featuring Hollywood actress Kathy Kinney as storyteller Mrs. P, announced today the release of two new stories to her magic library. The Story of the Bad Little Boy a Mark Twain treasure and Rumpelstiltskin by the Brothers Grimm.

The stories can always be found free on the MrsP.com website. For those parents who want to take Mrs. P on the go, the stories are simultaneously released on iTunes. The videos, which feature Mrs. P reading popular stories for children from her Magic Library, are available for purchase and download on iTunes in the TV show section of the store under the banner Mrs. P Presents. Ten percent of all the MrsP.com after-tax profits will be donated by Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC to literacy organizations.

MrsP.com uses real-time streaming technology to present a library of classic stories for children read by Mrs. P, an eccentric, redheaded Irishwoman. Since its debut, it has been endorsed by such national literacy organizations as the Association of American Publishers, TeachersFirst and Everybody Wins! USA. The Los Angeles Times called the site, a welcome departure from almost any other video entertainment available to kids these days. MrsP.com is a free, safe and secure site for children, with no ads or subscription fees.

About Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC.

Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC, was founded in 2008 by Hollywood team Clay Graham, Kathy Kinney and Dana Plautz. After having built successful careers in television and New Media, the three creators of MrsP.com were brought together by a love of reading and a desire to help spark that same passion in young people everywhere. The company endeavors to expose young people to great books and stories through a celebrity storyteller and to spark their imaginations and creativity with on-line games and writing contests. Its production offices are located in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.