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Redan launches new Paddington magazine

Redan Publishing is partnering with Copyrights Group to add The Adventures of Paddington to its Fun To Learn range.

Redan launches new Paddington magazine
Julie Jones: “Wholesome traits strongly associated with Paddington such as kindness, family and friendship resonate through the magazine.”

Redan is known for its popular Fun To Learn portfolio of licensed pre-school titles which includes FTL Peppa Pig, FTL Friends, FTL Favourites and most recently FTL Bing magazines. Introducing a standalone title with a character as iconic and as well-loved as Paddington, marks a very exciting time for the publisher, says Redan.

Fun To Learn The Adventures of Paddington is a fun, bright and educational gender-neutral magazine aimed at children aged 3-6 years old. Each issue will contain 36 pages filled with a stimulating mix of stickers, stories, crafts, recipes, a themed 12-page workbook, games, posters and cut-out activities, say the publishers.

Published under Redan’s Fun To Learn branding, content is aimed at nurturing key learning skills and follows the National Curriculum Early Years Foundation Stage.

Julie Jones MD said: “Fun To Learn The Adventures of Paddington perfectly complements the charm and humour of The Adventures of Paddington TV series by extending the escapades of the lovable bear into entertaining and educational activities in the magazine. Wholesome traits strongly associated with Paddington such as kindness, family and friendship resonate through the magazine. Tips and notes for grown-ups reinforces these themes by encouraging them to take time to journey through the activities together with their young children to help them grow, learn and develop.”

“With our wealth of experience in creating content for early learners, we feel confident we’ve put together a product that will delight the new generation of Paddington Bear fans as well as their grown-ups.”

Fun To Learn The Adventures of Paddington magazine launches on 07th April 2021. As well as being sold at newsstand via the usual retailers it is also available online now for single issues and subscriptions.

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