DreamWorks Animation has joined forces with Egmont Publishing to launch a new monthly children’s magazine based on its upcoming film Trolls, in U.K. theaters Oct. 21.
U.K.-based publisher Egmont Publishing will feature the girls brand Monster High in its latest issue of Showcase magazine.
DHX Brands has teamed with Egmont Publishing to launch a magazine based on the preschool series “Teletubbies” as a regular monthly publication.
U.K.-based publisher Egmont Publishing will feature the craft brand Crayola in its latest issue of Showcase magazine.
Disney has tapped Egmont Publishing to launch a new monthly children’s magazine inspired by its latest film, Finding Dory, which launches in U.K. theaters July 29.
Acamar Films has partnered with Egmont Publishing to launch a magazine based on the preschool series “Bing” as a regular monthly publication.
U.K.-based children’s publisher Egmont Publishing has promoted Sarah Bates, Ali Dougal and John Packard within its U.K. Books team.
Rob McMenemy has stepped down as chief executive officer of Egmont Publishing.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has tapped Egmont Publishing for new titles based on LEGO DC Super Heroes and The LEGO Batman Movie.
Disney has teamed with Egmont Publishing to celebrate the 90th birthday of two British icons–Winnie the Pooh and Queen Elizabeth–with a new illustrated and audio story.
U.K.-based Egmont publishing has snapped up the rights for two “Halo” books from 343 Industries and Microsoft.
Egmont Publishing, the official publisher of “Minecraft” books, will publish two new “Minecraft” titles this year.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has added Centum Books as a publishing licensee in the U.K. and Ireland.
Egmont Publishing, in conjunction with the World Book Day campaign, will publish a new Star Wars book series that features new characters to the Star Wars universe.
Egmont Publishing, will rebrand its range of Bananas early readers as Reading Ladder titles starting next month.
Egmont Publishing has launched a new publication, Paw Patrol magazine, in the U.K.
Most parents and children prefer reading print books rather than stories on screen, according to a new study by Egmont Publishing, titled Print Matters.
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