Cartoon Network Netherlands To Attend KLIK! Animation Festival In Amsterdam On 6th November

Cartoon Network Netherlands will be at the KLIK! Animation Festival for an event called “Cartoon Network: Next Generation” on 6th November at 7pm. This will be the third consecutive time Cartoon Network will be attending the festival. At the Cartoon Network: Next Generation event there will be the Dutch premiere of Clarence and the European (and World) premiere of We Bare Bears. There will also be a live stream with Rebecca Sugar for a Q&A session regarding Steven Universe, including a double episode.

Cartoon Network are also giving away goodie bags which include T-Shirts, Adventure Time Hats and USB Memory Pen Drives. Ten more goodie bags will be given away at the animation festival.

Note: You will have to attend the KLIK! Animation Festival to be eligible to win and to collect your prize.

The KLIK! Animation Festival will run from 4th to 9th November.

Cartoon Network Books Imprint By Penguin

Adventure Time Mad Libs

Cartoon Network is launching a book imprint (or sub-brand) with Penguin Young Readers Group in summer 2015.

Under the brand of Cartoon Network Books, the imprint will publish Mad Libs, novels and chapter books, activity and doodle formats, nonfiction handbooks, gift sets and kits. The 2015 launch will also feature books based on Uncle Grandpa, Steven Universe and Clarence, the upcoming We Bare Bears, and the return of The Powerpuff Girls in 2016. Penguin has already published books for Cartoon Network for Adventure Time, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball.

Francesco Sedita, the president and publisher of Grosset and Dunlap, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group made this statement:

“We’ve seen tremendous success and growth with our Cartoon Network publishing program, so it was a natural next step to truly hold hands with Cartoon Network on a dedicated imprint. There’s just so much creativity and fun that happens when we all sit down together. And our mission is clear: To make awesome books for every child—every type of reader. That is most important to the both of us.”

Pete Yoder, the VP of consumer products for North America at Cartoon Network Enterprises made this statement regarding the deal:

“Publishing plays a vitally important role in the success of our consumer products programs, and Penguin has been a valuable partner in creating engaging books that capture the fun and humor of our characters and shows,” said . “This dedicated imprint and expanded partnership will allow us to continue to tell great stories with our brands within the pages of our books.”