Storytime magazine launched 18 months ago in the UK, and now boasts subscribers in more than 30 countries. It has also been acknowledged by a number of schools, who use the magazine for class storytelling and guided reading.
The publishers says the introduction of Storytime Studio will utilise Storytime’s team of designers, illustrators and writers to develop children’s content for other brands, companies or events, requiring magazines, activity sheets, books, special supplements, posters or newsletters.
Storytime publisher Leslie Coathup explained: “Since launching Storytime, several businesses have approached us, impressed with the quality of our work, and asking if we can develop children’s content for them – so Storytime Studio is a natural progression for the Storytime brand. As Luma Works, we’ve developed numerous original magazines for other publishers, and our own character brand, Magic Belles, so this is a fantastic opportunity to play to our strengths.”
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