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Garage magazine has revealed five special edition covers for their tenth issue celebrating powerful women of Marvel.
Random House Children’s Books has appointed Rachel Bader as its new licensing director.
Awesome Media & Entertainment has partnered with Bloomsbury Children’s Books to publish four new titles of Jeff Norton’s Princess Ponies books, bringing the series total to 12 books.
McDonald’s has partnered with HarperCollins Children’s Books to launch Happy Meal Books focused on Valentine’s Day-themed storylines.
The Fix-It and Forget-It cookbook brand has signed with Blue Trellis, a licensing and literary company, for licensing representation.
SmileyWorld has signed a deal with U.K.-based Blueprint Collections for a new range of SmileyWorld-branded products.
Gymboree has launched a limited edition baby collection featuring iconic characters from Random House's Little Golden Books series.
The Royal Horticultural Society has licensed publisher Michael O’Mara Books to produce a new range of RHS books.
Brands with Influence, the licensing agent representing Studio 100 in the U.K., has secured a new deal with independent publisher Redan for Maya the Bee.
Santoro London has partnered with new licensees Craft Consortium and Aznar Innova and has tapped licensees Undercolors of Benetton and Panini España for new products.
Licensing agency JRL Group has tapped GeoToys to develop a line of educational puzzles and games under the Encyclopaedia Britannica and Britannica Kids brands.
Entertainment One has appointed the first licensing partners for Steven Spielberg’s big-screen adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl novel The BFG.
DC Thomson has released the official Thunderbirds Are Go magazine featuring ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures’ new reboot of the classic series.
Random House/Golden Books Young Readers Group is planning a trio of Grumpy Cat titles to be published under its Golden Books format.
Build-A-Bear Workshop has kicked off the holidays with a number of seasonal offerings The Grinch and his sidekick Max as well as all eight classic reindeer characters.
The NYC Summit will take place March 1-2, 2016, at the New York Marriott Downtown in New York City.
Macmillan Children’s Books has acquired the worldwide publishing rights to Dinosaur Roar! from Nurture Rights and plans to expand the literary property into new formats and series.
Activision Publishing has extended its partnerships with General Mills and Crayola for its Skylanders brand and unveiled new "Trap Team" toys.
Lonely Planet has launched a new consumer products division that will be led by current business development manager Drew Rowley.
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