Fiction—Black Inc. has sold world audio rights to The Unexpected Education of Emily Dean (Mira Robertson) to Wavesound.
Nonfiction—Black Inc. has sold world audio rights to Buddhism for the Unbelievably Busy (Meshel Laurie) to Audible.
Children’s—Scholastic has sold German rights to Ella Diaries: I Heart Pets and Ella Diaries: Dreams Come True (Meredith Costain & Danielle McDonald); English-language rights in Asia to Busting! (Aaron Blabey); Canadian rights to The Very Sleepy Bear (Nick Bland); Canadian rights to Feathers (Phil Cummings & Phil Lesnie); Brazilian Portuguese rights to The Very Noisy Bear and The Very Sleepy Bear (Nick Bland); US rights to We’re Going on a Santa Hunt (Laine Mitchell & Louis Shea); French Canadian rights to The Bad Guys: Episode 5 (Aaron Blabey); French Canadian rights to The Very Sleepy Bear (Nick Bland); and Brazilian Portuguese rights to The Bad Guys: Episode 3 (Aaron Blabey).
Fiction—Echo has acquired world rights to The Way Things Should Be (Bridie Jabour) via Jeanne Ryckmans at The Cameron Creswell Agency. (See news.)
Nonfiction— Hardie Grant has acquired world rights to The Zero F*cks Cookbook: Best Food Least Effort (Yumi Stynes, see news).
Children’s—Pan Macmillan has acquired ANZ rights to Maisie (Jenna Guillaume) in a two-book deal via Danielle Binks at Jacinta di Mase Management. (See news.)
Category: Rights round-up