Frederick Warne(Imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group)
In 1983, Frederick Warne was acquired by Penguin Books. As a division of Penguin, it began developing classic book-based children's character brands. The merchandising program was expanded from a base of thirty-five licenses to more than four hundred by the late 1990s. Over the years Warne acquired a number of other classic book properties, including Cicely Mary Barker's Flower Fairies in 1989, Kathleen Hale's Orlando The Marmalade Cat in 1990, Eric Hill's Spot in 1993, and the work of Dutch artist Henriette Willebeek Le Mair in 1998. The hallmarks of the publishing program are beautifully produced editions of the original works, plus lively spin-off books ranging from baby record books and treasuries to board books and novelty titles.
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