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Scholastic, Warner Bros. Consumer Products ink global licensed publishing deal

Scholastic Corp.struck a global licensed publishing deal with Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros. Consumer Products for children'sbooks based on the upcoming "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"films, as well as the "Harry Potter" movie franchise.

Launching in September, the licensing deal includes all languagerights for children's movie tie-in books in multiple formats for the "FantasticBeasts and Where to Find Them" movie and its sequels, as well as tie-in booksbased on the original eight "Harry Potter" films, according to a March29 news release.

Scholastic's licensed publishing program includes a range offormats, including movie handbooks, coloring and creativity books, guided journals,paper craft books, poster books and sticker books.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.