Penguin Children's Books creates new licensing wing

Written By: Benedicte Page A new Media and Entertainment group has been created within Penguin Children’s Books under newly promoted publishing director Eric Huang. The group combines the BBC Children's, Sunbird and Ladybird licensing teams. Penguin Children's Books m.d. Francesca Dow said Huang, the man behind "brilliant" recent acquisitions including Club Penguin and Moshi Monsters, would oversee all licensed acquisitions across the division, including Puffin. read more Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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