Random House Children's Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Random House Children's Entertainment is a children's production division of publisher Random House. It was originally formed as "Random House Entertainment", but was later renamed to its current name in 2010.

1st Logo (September 13, 1997-June 13, 1998)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a crudely-drawn crayon version of the Random House logo, which sits behind the sun on grass, all in a box. Below it is "Random House" and "entertainment" below it, all in a childlike font.

Technique: A still graphic.

Audio: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen only on the short-lived puppet series The Crayon Box, which has been lingering in obscurity since it stopped airing in syndication (in the US, alongside Bananas in Pajamas) and on YTV in Canada.

2nd Logo (August 7, 2010-October 14, 2018)

Visuals: Over a white background, there's a redesinged version of the house from the Random House Home Video logo, but there is no rainbow and the house is in different colors. Next to the house, there's the text "RANDOM HOUSE CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT" in blue, with a green line between it.

Variant: Starting in 2018, the logo's text now reads "RANDOM HOUSE CHILDREN'S BOOKS" in a less bold font.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Only seen on The Cat in The Hat Knows a Lot About That!.

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