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Assassin’s Creed comes to children’s books

Your preschooler should soon be able to follow the adventures of Ezio Auditore and the other characters from Assassin’s Creed. The makers of the best-selling video game franchise have teamed up with Adam Hargreaves, the author of the Mister Men and Little Miss picture book series.

Six books will be created in the series. Ubisoft, the makers of Assassin’s Creed, has previously released several books tying into the video games.


“By mixing the Assassin’s Creed sense of adventure and history with the colorful and delightful designs of the Little Mr. Men, these books will appeal to both young and adult readers,” Ubisoft says in a press release. “Follow Mister Ezio, Little Miss Kassandra, and Little Miss Eivor, as they each try to complete their own missions in the first three books of this series!”

The Mister Men and Little Miss series were started in 1971 by Roger Hargreaves. After Roger passed away in 1988, the works were continued by his son Adam. Known for their simple and colourful stories, the series has sold millions of copies worldwide.

Top Image: Courtesy Ubisoft


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