Moana Magazine voyages to the UK retail shelves with a regular monthly magazine.
Posted on: 09 August 2017 08:00
Laura Adnitt: ‘We are delighted to launch Moana Magazine. The thrill, humour and adventure of the movie is rich content for a regular frequency magazine.”
Egmont Publishing announces the launch of Moana Magazine which will be in stores monthly.
Egmont Publishing’s heritage includes Disney’s Princess magazine which has been a market leading title for over 2 decades. Frozen magazine is the No. 1 title in the UK Children’s market, says the publisher, and now Moana Magazine joins the family; allowing fans of the movie to join Moana and Maui on their journeys.
The magazine is bursting with action packed adventure and discovery. Readers can find out all about Moana, the future ruler of the island of Motunui, do puzzles and activities and get creative with colouring and crafts.
Laura Adnitt, Publishing Director at Egmont Publishing said, ‘We are delighted to launch Moana Magazine. The thrill, humour and adventure of the movie is rich content for a regular frequency magazine and we are sure that fans of the movie will want to continue their adventures with Moana and Maui through the joy of print.’
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