You’ll have noticed a few new series Target branded books coming out recently (2018) from Penguin books. They’ve been out in hardback a while, but thanks to an Amazon offer, I picked up a couple in paperback. First up, of course, is the Russell T Davies Ninth Doctor novelisation of Rose.
One of the first products with the new Doctor Who branding is a Penguin book for young children: Doctor Who: One Doctor, Two Hearts. It’s a learn to count book, ideal for young time tots [did I really just write that?!], written and illustrated by Adam Howling.
Penguin books has made available a 55 minute podcast Now We Are 600 Questions Podcast, in which James Goss and Russell T Davies talk about their book of poetry, writing and the casting of Jodie Whittaker. It also has Jon Culshaw reading some poems! +++ Message Ends +++
Here’s a thing, just published on September 7, 2017 it’s a new Doctor Who collection from Penguin Books. Titles Doctor Who: Tales of Terror it’s out shortly ahead of Halloween. It features stories from Paul Magrs, Jacqueline Rayner, Scott Handcock, Mike Tucker, Richard Dungworth and Craig Donaghy. There are twelve stories illustrated by Rohan Daniel Eason.
Something exciting from Penguin Books: 100 Illustrated Adventures. What makes this notable is it’s 100 episodes chosen across Doctor Who, from the First to the Twelfth Doctors, with each illustrated by either a fan or professional artist and also including facts about the episode.