In an effort to mark the milestone and expand the classic book’s presence in the U.K, Rocket has brought in new partners Wild and Wolf, Ravensburger, Universal Cycles, Dreamtex, Dennicci and William Lamb, and is planning product launches and in-store and online celebrations.
Elsewhere in the publishing world, Rocket is taking the characters, humor, adventure and designs from Nick Butterworth’s
Q Pootle 5
books into a new CBeebies series and subsequent licensing program. Many partners are already on board including Immediate Media for magazines (
), Jumbo for games and puzzles and Rainbow Productions for character costumes, with more expected to be announced soon in categories such as toys and games, DVDs, apps, e-books, apparel and more. The first products are expected to hit store shelves as early as spring 2014.
Rocket is also working on developing its other brands Hornby, Annoying Orange, A-Z Guides and MGM.
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