Nurture Rights has expanded the 20th anniversary activity for Dinosaur Roar, signing Paul Lamond to develop a range of puzzles and games based on the property.
The new range from the puzzle and games manufacturer will launch in time for the property’s anniversary celebrations in 2014 that will also see Random House publish a re-mastered edition of the title.
The new range will include memory games, floor puzzles and four-in-a-box set of jigsaws that will preview at Olympia Toy Fair 2014.
Each product in the new line will carry the ‘in association with the Natural History Museum’ branding, unique to all Dinosaur Roar licensed product.
Peter Curtis, director of Nurture Rights, said: "We are really excited to be working with Paul Lamond Games. The company has a strong reputation of working with classic book based properties as well as producing great quality product.
"They are the obvious home for Dinosaur Roar."
Richard Pain, managing director of Paul Lamond Games, added: "We are delighted to have secured the rights to Dinosaur Roar and look forward to being part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of this classic literary property."