DC Thomson on board to support the children’s property in the U.K.
Bulldog Licensing, DreamWorks’ U.K. publishing agent, brokered the deal.
magazine will be designed for children, ages 3-6, and will include activities such as coloring, sticking, stories and puzzles. The magazine will also feature a cover gift linked to the educational pillars of the magazine–problem solving, exploration, friendship, humor and creativity.
“We are so excited to see Noddy’s return to television accompanied by a wonderful magazine from DC Thomson,” says Harriet Murphy, head, publishing, DreamWorks. “As young fans are getting to know the newly expanded world of Toyland onscreen, we’ll be presenting loads of exciting opportunities to keep the fun going on the pages of
“We’re thrilled to be publishing
magazine,” says Maria Welch, head, children’s publishing, DC Thomson. “Noddy has been a staple of childhood entertainment for many
magazine is slated to launch in the U.K. this summer.
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