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Rights round-up



Hachette Australia has sold UK and Commonwealth (ex ANZ) and translation rights to The Single Ladies of Jacaranda Retirement Village (Joanna Nell) to Hodder & Stoughton.


The alc agency has sold Serbian rights to Rain May and Captain Daniel (Catharine Bateson, UQP) to Založba Skrivnost; Korean rights to Ash Dresses for Friends (Fu Wenzheng, New Frontier) to Dadam Education; Turkish rights to Time for School Daddy (Dave Hackett, UQP) to Bilgi Yayınevi; and Norwegian rights to My Nanna is a Ninja, My Sister is a Superhero, My Brother is a Beast and My Pop is a Pirate (all Damon Young, illus by Peter Carnavas, UQP) to Egmont Kids Media.



Penguin Random House has acquired ANZ rights to Star-Crossed (Minnie Darke, AKA Danielle Wood) via Gaby Naher at The Naher Agency. (See news.)


Black Inc. has acquired world rights an as-yet-untitled book by former deputy leader of the Australian Greens, Scott Ludlam. (See news.)


Category: Rights round-up