A POS pack of posters, window clings and bunting is now available for Three Little Monkeys by Quentin Blake and Emma Chichester Clark, a remarkable collaboration that brings together giants of the picture book world to create a funny, anarchic and utterly delightful picture book.
A POS pack of posters, window clings and shelf wobblers is now available for Odd Dog Out, the sublimely illustrated new book from the bestselling, award-winning Rob Biddulph, author of Blown Away and GRRRRR!
Take a closer look inside The Case of Beasts and witness the filmmaking magic that brought J.K. Rowling’s script for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to the screen. This video gives a fascinating preview into what to expect from this gorgeous book.
A range of POS material, including posters, bookmarks and dumpbins are now available for our amazing Fantastic Beasts movie tie-in books. Featuring beautiful artwork from the movie alongside interviews with the cast and filmmakers, these titles are must-have gifts for movie fans this holiday season. Colouring and postcard books are also available.
A range of POS material, including posters, bookmarks, bunting, standees and window stickers are now available for The Midnight Gang, the hilarious and heartwarming new children’s novel from superstar David Walliams about five children on a hospital ward, on a quest for adventure.
A series of shareable digital assets are now now available for David Baddiel’s hilarious AniMalcolm, a laugh-out-loud adventure for every child who ever wondered what it might be like to be a bit of an animal… These include banners and animated gifs, perfect for social media.
A series of shareable digital assets are now now available for David Walliams’ hilarious There’s A Snake in my School, the ssssspectacularly funny picture book for children of 3 and up. These include banners and animated gifs, perfect for social media.
A new book trailer is available for Three Little Monkeys, the funny, anarchic and utterly delightful picture book children’s book superstars Emma Chichester Clark and Quentin Blake. ‘Hilda Snibbs had three little monkeys. Their names were Tim and Sam and Lulu. They were very lively…’