‘We are thrilled to collaborate with the American Girl team to develop an exciting and innovative publishing program’ says Scholastic’s Ellie Berger.
The deal between Scottgames and Scholastic was facilitated by Striker Entertainment, Scottgames’ worldwide licensing agent.
Scholastic’s line-up spans movie handbooks, colouring and creativity books, guided journals, paper craft books, poster books, and sticker books.
HarperCollins, Scholastic and Insight Editions are on board to produce a range of new titles inspired by events set in J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World.
The publishing house has appointed David Maybury to the new role as media development director.
New products will include movie tie-in novels as well as the first ever LEGO pop-up book.
As the master book licensee, Scholastic will launch the series in the US and Canada in spring next year.
New site allows fans to play games such as 'Monster Blood' and 'Which Monster Are You?
The series was based on the bestselling spooky book series.
All four seasons of both shows are now available to subscribers in the UK
20th anniversary celebrations help bolster interest in licensing for children's favourite.
Fiction, non-fiction, sticker books and annuals all planned under new two-year deal.
The new character brand from Yuko Shimizu has a raft of new licensing deals.
Publisher signs deal for children's books based on Discovery properties.