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The original series was produced by Thames Television for ITV. The Tomorrow People operate from a secret base, The Lab, built in an abandoned London Underground station. The team constantly watches for new Tomorrow People "breaking out" (usually around the age of puberty) to help them through the process as the youngsters endure mental agonies as their minds suddenly change.
List of American children's books; List of Australian crime-related books and media; List of anonymously published works; List of autobiographies; Lists of banned books; List of books written by children or teenagers; List of book titles taken from literature; List of books by year of publication; List of children's books made into feature films
The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators".It was created by Robert Arthur Jr., who believed involving a famous person such as movie director Alfred Hitchcock would attract attention.
Andy Joel Stanton (born 14 November 1973) is an English children's writer. He grew up in the London suburbs of Harrow and Pinner and attended the Latymer School in Hammersmith. He lives in North London. Stanton is best known for his 'Mr Gum' book series, by which he made a popular contribution to contemporary children's literature. Books
Noddy, also known as Noddy in Toyland, and The Noddy Shop colloquially, is a children's television series based on Enid Blyton's children's book series of the same name featuring the animated episodes from Noddy's Toyland Adventures that aired from September 7, 1998 to October 8, 1999 on TVOntario and CBC Television in Canada and PBS in the United States.
Methuen Publishing Ltd [needs IPA] is an English publishing house. It was founded in 1889 by Sir Algernon Methuen (1856–1924) and began publishing in London in 1892. . Initially Methuen mainly published non-fiction academic works, eventually diversifying to encourage female authors and later translated
The series, titled The Comic Strip Presents... debuted on 2 November 1982 (the opening night of Channel 4). The first episode to be broadcast was "Five Go Mad in Dorset", a parody of Enid Blyton's Famous Five, which drew anger from some viewers for the way it mercilessly satirised a children's classic. Edmondson starred as one of the five.
Both shows also aired on Nickelodeon in the U.S. during the late 1980s, and were popular in the ratings for the channel. In 1989, the studio produced a full-length feature based on Roald Dahl's The BFG. Truckers, the first book in The Bromeliad, was the studio's first collaboration with the best-selling author Terry Pratchett. The 1992 series ...