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Egmont Publishing launches Crayola edition of Showcase

Egmont Publishing has announced the latest issue of its new ‘Showcase’ magazine series, featuring craft brand Crayola.

The new Crayola issue of Showcase magazine is an animal themed activity pack with colouring, drawing, puzzles, crafts and sticker pages. The magazine includes animal facts and jokes, and children can use the free gift of four coloured pens, stickers and two stencils to complete the animal activities. Each page encourages interaction with the magazine and inspires children to be imaginative with colour. 

Showcase: Crayola magazine is for children aged 3-6 and is published on 10 August, priced at £3.99 (€4.76).

Egmont Publishing is a member of FIPP.

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