Amazon recently launched new pilots for kids, including "Lost in...

Amazon recently launched new pilots for kids, including "Lost in Oz," an animated adventure set in a modern Emerald City. Credit: Amazon

Amazon recently launched six new pilots for kids this summer, including "Lost in Oz," "The Knickerbock Teetertop" and more.

The animated and live-action pilots were created by accomplished talent including David Babcock ("Brothers & Sisters," "Gilmore Girls"), Andrew Green ("Hannah Montana," "Suddenly Susan"), The Jim Henson Company ("The Muppets," "Fraggle Rock") and more. Viewers can watch and provide feedback on shows they want to see turned into full series for Prime members.

Here's a rundown of the new Amazon pilots for kids:

"The Adventures of Knickerbock Teetertop": This animated tale for preschoolers follows Knickerbock Teetertop, the smallest kid on the enchanted Wonderpine Mountain, who joins up with friends for challenging adventures.

"Lost in Oz": An animated, action-adventure comedy set in a modern, metropolitan Emerald City, for ages 6 to 11.

"Lily the Unicorn": In this animated tale, Lily the Unicorn puts a hilarious spin on everyday situations as she transforms  the most typical day into something extraordinary and often leads her loyal friends into unexpected situations.

"Bear in Underwear": Eddie Behr, an eternally optimistic, high-energy animated bear, aspires to be a forest legend just like his dad, who discovered "pants" at an abandoned campsite.

"A History of Radness": Written and produced by Andrew Green ("Hannah Montana"), this live-action story captures the authentic experience of aspiring musicians -- siblings Jack and Tessie -- as they form their band.

"The Kicks": This live-action story follows Devin Burke, the star player of her former soccer team, as she faces a new set of challenges when her family moves to California midway through the school year.

All pilots will be available via the Amazon Instant Video app for TVs and mobile devices, or online at Amazon.com/AIV.