DCT Media has launched Little Baby Bum Activity Magazine, which it says, comes “packed full of games, colouring, songs, puzzles and over 400 stickers”.
Posted on: 07 November 2017 06:33
Maria Welch: "We’re thrilled to be complementing the online activity with a magazine that will provide hours of fun for parents and children alike."
Little Baby Bum is a popular YouTube channel, serving up nursery rhyme videos for children in colourful 3D animation. Little Baby Bum Activity Magazine is designed to complement the channel and provide parents with an additional way of interacting with their kids at home.
Supported by marketing on the Little Baby Bum YouTube channel, the creators of Little Baby Bum have produced a nursery rhyme advert in the style of wheels on the bus.
Maria Welch, Head of Publishing for Magazines at DCT Media, said, “Little Baby Bum is an absolute phenomena online. Parents with little ones have really embraced the channel. The nostalgia of the nursery rhymes makes it a fun way to interact with your children while reliving fond memories of your own childhood. We’re thrilled to be complementing the online activity with a magazine that will provide hours of fun for parents and children alike.”
Little Baby Bum Activity Magazine is on sale now, priced £4.99.
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