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Redan Launches New Paddington Magazine

The famous teddy bear has a new magazine under his belt.

Redan Publishing is partnering with Copyrights Group to add TV series “The Adventures of Paddington” to its Fun to Learn range.

The Fun to Learn portfolio of licensed preschool titles currently includes FTL Peppa Pig, FTL Friends, FTL Favorites and FTL Bing magazines.

Fun to Learn The Adventures of Paddington is a gender-neutral educational magazine aimed at children aged 3- to 6-years-old. Each issue will contain 36 pages filled with a mix of stickers, stories, crafts, recipes, a themed 12-page workbook, games, posters and cut-out activities.

Fun to Learn The Adventures of Paddington perfectly complements the charm and humor of ‘The Adventures of Paddington’ TV series by extending the escapades of the lovable bear into entertaining and educational activities in the magazine,” says Julie Jones, managing director, Redan Publishing. “Wholesome traits strongly associated with Paddington such as kindness, family and friendship resonate through the magazine. Tips and notes for grown-ups reinforces these themes by encouraging them to take time to journey through the activities together with their young children to help them grow, learn and develop. With our wealth of experience in creating content for early learners, we feel confident we’ve put together a product that will delight the new generation of Paddington Bear fans as well as their grown-ups.”

Fun to Learn The Adventures of Paddington magazine launches April 7. As well as being sold at newsstand via retailers it is also available online now for single issues and subscriptions from

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