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‘We are thrilled that Toddler Time novelty books will form part of our award-winning pre-school publishing list,’ says Top That.

HoHo Rights partners with Top That Publishing for Toddler Time franchise

HoHo Rights is teaming up with Top That Publishing as its global publisher to develop a line of novelty books to expand its Toddler Time franchise.

First published by The Creative Studio, Toddler Time began as an interactive book titled Toddler Treasury.

Helen Howells, joint MD of Hoho Entertainment, said: “Over 700,000 Toddler Time books have been sold to date across 16 languages so we are really thrilled to be joining hands with Top That Publishing.

“Together we’re now gearing up for further expansion by offering a range of new book formats which are set to debut at London and Bologna Book Fairs”.

Each book has been designed to entertain and inform kids, while each publication features illustrations from Katie Saunders.

Dan Graham, editorial director at Top That, added: “We are thrilled that Toddler Time novelty books will form part of our award-winning pre-school publishing list.

“Katie Saunders’ beautiful illustrations perfectly capture the world of a small child and the key learning values of the brand will delight parents and children alike.’

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