Hot on the heels of last years ‘Where’s Sonic?’ book, Macmillan Children’s Books are back with another activity book! ‘Run, Sonic, Run!’ is “A Super Sonic Activity Book” according to its cover, and is sure to be chock-full of many treats for youngsters to get their creative mitts on. The book is slated for release on the 7th November 2013 with an RRP of £4.99 according to the book’s Amazon page, so it’s quite a wait until it’s published! It seems like all the classic Sonic books from the 90’s are getting modernised for today’s generation!
Hit the jump for a small product description of what we can expect from this one!
Udon Entertainment yesterday announced a deal with French publisher Pix’n Love to bring their book The History of Sonic the Hedgehog to North America.
The book released in France in late April, and Pix’n Love have reportedly been working on an English release since then. The “UDON Edition” of the 300-page hardback will retail in September at a $49.99 list price.
French book publisher Pix’n Love has contacted us to announce that the English version of The History of Sonic will be published, and made available “at the end of June.” Just in time for the blue blur’s birthday!
The company has also responded to reports that customers were not yet getting their orders on the original French book dispatched. “The book is indeed available on the French Pix’n Love website,” company spokesperson Olivier Braillon told TSS. “Orders have started being dispatched on Monday and the Pix’n Love team is working day and night to send all the orders placed (and there were many!). So if some readers haven’t received their order yet, it is entirely normal.
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