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Based on the new, original story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II will be published by Scholastic, this July.
Working Partners, a Coolabi Group company, has inked a new deal with Orchard Books to publish Beast Quest for 10 more years.
DC Thomson has launched Twirlywoos magazine in the U.K., which is based on the CBeebies show of the same name.
The Estate of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and French IP Rights company NDA have signed Licensing Works! to represent The Little Prince in North America.
The Royal Horticultural Society has licensed Carousel Calendars to produce a range of 2017 RHS calendars, organizers and pocket diaries.
Rovio Entertainment has created a new affiliate company, Kaiken Publishing, which will continue to build on the gaming studio's current book business.
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.
American Greetings Properties' Strawberry Shortcake has turned out in style at New York Fashion Week this week.
Disney has teamed with Bendon to bring the publisher's coloring books to life through the "Disney Color and Play" app.
The Reader’s Guild has signed a licensing agreement with Reader’s Digest Association to publish and promote the backlist of the brand Reader’s Digest Condensed Editions.
Rainbow is highlighting its top brands including "Winx Club" and "Mia and me" at both the Bologna Licensing Trade Fair and the Bologna Children’s Book Fair this week.
National Geographic has selected British product designer IF as an international giftware licensee to create bookmarks, playing cards and other gifts that showcase the brand's photographic archives.
Greeting card designer The London Studio is shifting its business toward a licensing model to allow founder Soula Zavacopoulos more time for creative development.
The New York Times Company has named Dorothea Herrey as senior vice president for of its event business, NYT Live.
DHX Brands has granted HarperCollins Children’s Books exclusive global publishing rights to its new hit CBeebies show "Twirlywoos."
ThinkTank Emporium has teamed with Pajama Monsters creators Megan and Hank Champion to find and develop licensing and media opportunities for their award-winning book series.
The World of Eric Carle and Sanrio Japan have partnered to create The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Hello Kitty products in a joint Japanese program.
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