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Egmont launches Play-Doh edition of Showcase

Egmont Publishing has announced the latest issue of its ‘Showcase’ magazine series in the UK, featuring the Play-Doh brand.

Having launched in the 1950’s, the Play-Doh brand is renowned for building children’s imagination and helping develop their hand-to-eye co-ordination.

Showcase: Play-Doh magazine is for boys and girls aged 3 – 6 and is published on 7 December, priced at £3.99 (4.62).

Egmont Publishing is a member of FIPP.

Play-Doh cover ()

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