Tag Archives: Horrid Henry

Rubies teams with Novel Entertainment for Horrid Henry World Book Day campaign

Rubies Masquerade UK and Novel Entertainment have come together to support an exclusive Horrid Henry giveaway and Rubies dress-up costume for the brand. Launching during the week of World Book Day (3 March), for which Rubies is an official corporate partner, the initiative will see an exclusive offer for 250 fans …

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Horrid Henry’s Krazy Karts to launch on Nintendo Switch this week

Novel Entertainment has partnered with P2 Games to develop and launch a new racing game for its internationally renowned Horrid Henry brand. Targeting kids aged 6+ and families, ‘Horrid Henry’s Krazy Karts’ will initially be available exclusively from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch worldwide from Friday 21 January. Based on …

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G.O.S.H. adds new resources to its Power of Play hub, including exclusive HORRID HENRY animation

To understand the current impact of the pandemic on children, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) and YouGov polled 1017 British parents of children aged 18 and under across Great Britain. Their research reveals that 23 per cent of parents agree that their child’s confidence has been reduced by restrictions on …

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Kids’ audio platform Yoto Player welcomes five new Horrid Henry titles in Novel Entertainment partnership

The popular children’s audio platform, Yoto has secured a new partnership with Novel Entertainment as it prepares to welcome a slate of five Horrid Henry audio titles to its award-winning Yoto Player this June. Ice Cream Dream, The Name Game, The Best Boys’ Club Sleepover, Horrid Henry’s Petsitting Service, and …

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Horrid Henry to launch new publishing lines starting with audio content on Spotify, iTunes, and Audible

Novel Entertainment is launching a new publishing line based on the original stories from its award-winning animated TV series, Horrid Henry. First out of the gate, and aimed at the Horrid Henry audience of kids aged seven to 11, new content will take the form of audio dramatisations from Novel …

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