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RSPCA and Scholastic team for children's book series

Posted at 11:07AM Monday 06 Aug 2012

Fiction, non-fiction, sticker books and annuals all planned under new two-year deal.

Animal welfare charity, the RSPCA is partnering with Scholastic Children's Books for a new publishing range.

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