LICENSING NEWS

Something Special gains new partners

Published on: 24th April 2013

BBC Worldwide has announced new licensing partners for hit show Something Special.Interactive-Tumble300

Inspiration Works has been awarded the electronic learning aids licence and will launch Mr Tumble’s Tablet and Fun Phonics in Autumn/Winter 2013. Tracey Devine, marketing director said: “Something Special is the perfect match for our educational products, and we are delighted to be working with BBC Worldwide on such a charming programme which has already received a fabulous response from both retailers and consumers alike.”

Golden Bear will roll out its new collection in Autumn 2013. New additions to the range include the Something Special Mr Tumble 3D Backpack and Aunt Polly’s Tea Party Puzzle.

Egmont Publishing has been awarded the master publishing licence and will launch five titles in August: an annual, two novelty books and two activity titles.

Kinnerton has been awarded the deal for seasonal confectionery and will roll out a range including Something Special advent calendars, miniature figures and Easter eggs.

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