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Random House options Dog Loves Books for the screen

Random House Children's Screen Entertainment (RHCSE) has optioned bestselling children's book Dog Loves Books by author/illustrator Louise Yates in a development/production deal that will see the property reach a wider audience in new formats, including television.
March 26, 2012

Random House Children’s Screen Entertainment (RHCSE) has optioned bestselling children’s book Dog Loves Books by author/illustrator Louise Yates in a development/production┬ádeal that will see the property reach a wider audience in new formats, including television.

Dog Loves Books was originally published in 2010 and features the adventures of a dog who owns a bookshop and loves storytelling.

Co-editions of the book are currently sold in six territories and a sequel (Dog Loves Drawing) made its UK debut last month. A third book in the series (Dog Loves Counting) is set to be published in 2013.

RHCSE is a UK-based production house created by Random House Children’s Books and London, England-based Komixx Entertainment.

About The Author
Jeremy is the Features Editor of Kidscreen specializing in the content production, broadcasting and distribution aspects of the global children's entertainment industry. Contact Jeremy at jdickson@brunico.com.

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