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Rights round-up

Sales Nonfiction—Sandy Wagner Creative Agents has sold world rights to A Slow Childhood (Helen Hayward) to Editia. Exisle has sold Czech rights to Eczema Diet (Karen Fischer). Children’s—EK Books has sold Chinese rights to Smile/Cry (Tania McCartney and Jess Racklyeft). Scholastic has sold US and Canadian rights to The Pros...

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Category: Rights round-up