There is a flurry of activity in the partwork sector this month with four major launches backed with significant promotional support. One of the big successes is likely to be Changing Rooms, a fortnightly decorating series based on the popular BBC television show. Launching on Wednesday (January 19), it will appear in 60 parts, with a free gift with every issue. The launch will be supported by a two week, £1.25m national TV campaign. Each partwork will be priced £1.99 with the first six issues available on full SoR. Also launching on Wednesday is Having Babies, again backed by a two week primetime TV advertising campaign. The launch issue has a special introductory price of 75p and will be on sale for two weeks. Subsequent issues will be priced £1.75 and will appear weekly. Having Babies provides comprehensive information on babies through to primary school aged children. Eaglemoss is also behind PC Ace, aimed at boys and girls aged 10 upwards, which is designed to help them develop their computer skills. Launching on Wednesday, it is supported by a two week £1.5m TV campaign and has an introductory price of £1.99 and two free CD-ROMs. Following launch, the collection will be available in two versions: a magazine and CD-ROM at £4.99 or a magazine only at £1.60. The CD-ROM version will remain on SoR throughout the collection. Also for children is Animals, Animals, Animals which launches on January 26 with a £1.6m TV ad campaign and looks at how animals live in the wild and how they should be looked after at home. Animals, Animals, Animals will have a special introductory price of 50p with the launch issue on sale for three weeks. The price then increases to £1.60 and the partwork goes weekly from part four, on sale February 23. {{CTN }}