Craig Bartlett is an American animator. He is the creator of Hey Arnold!, Dinosaur Train, and Ready Jet Go!
- Tour of the Solar System
- How We Found Your Sun
- The Plant From Bortron 7
- Just the Right Distance From the Sun
- How Come the Moon Has Craters?
- How Come the Moon Changes Shape?
- Beep Has the Blues
- More Than One Moon
- A Visit to the Planetarium
- Ice Moon Enceladus
- What Goes Up...
- Kid-Kart Derby
- Asteroids, Meteors, and Meteorites
- Treehouse Space Station
- Date Night
- So Many Moons
- Which Moon is Best?
- Tiny Blue Dot
- What's a Satellite?
- Scientific Sean
- Sunday Drive (with Joe Purdy)
- Sean's Year in Space
- Jet's First Halloween (with Joe Purdy)
- My Fair Jet
- From Pluto with Love
- Lone Star
- Jet's Time Machine
- Jet Can't Sleep
- Holidays in Boxwood Terrace (with Joe Purdy)
- A Hammer and a Feather
- Back to Bortron 7
- Asteroid Belt Space Race
- Jet Shrinks the Kids
- Mini-Golf at the DSA
- Mindy's Ice Rink
- Mindy Turns Five (with Rachel Lipman)
- That's One Gigantic Pumpkin, Jet Propulsion! (with Joe Purdy)
- Potatoes on Mars
- Bortron Leprechaun
- Sunspot's Sunspot
- Astronaut Ellen Ochoa! (with Rachel Lipman, Joe Purdy, and Christie Insley)
- Total Eclipse Block Party
- Lone Star 2 - Rocket Kids!
- One Small Step
- Bartlett had the idea for Ready Jet Go! since the late 90s or early 2000s.
- His favorite character on the show is Jet, since he is most like him.
- On April 2, 2018, he did an AMA on Reddit to promote the second season of Ready Jet Go!
- On August 21, 2017, he performed at the Homestead National Monument of America along with the "Ready Jet Go!" band, during the solar eclipse.
- On the PBS KIDS site, he did tutorials on how to draw Jet and Sunspot.
- Boxwood Terrace is based off of his home-town.
- He made cameos in two Amy Mainzer segments, one about asteroids, and another about sound. In the latter segment, he performed the theme song on his ukulele.
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