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Rights round-up

Sales Nonfiction—Exisle Publishing has sold Korean and Polish rights to The Digestive Health Solutions (Benjamin Brown). Children’s—Hardie Grant Egmont and Little Hare have sold US and German rights to The Flywheel (Erin Gough); US rights to The Incredible Adventures of Cinnamon Girl (Melissa Keil); Canadian rights to Zac Power: Horror House and Zac Power: Thrill Ride (both H I Larry); Hungarian rights to Choose Your Own Ever After:...

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