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Rights round-up

Sales  Children’s/YA Affirm Press has sold South Korean rights to The Grandest Bookshop in the World (Amelia Mellor) to Booknbean. Fremantle Press has sold Russian language rights to Brobot and Gastronaut (James Foley) to Labirint Press, Moscow. Audio/TV Fremantle Press has sold world audiobook rights to Invisible Boys (Holden Sheppard)...

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Category: Rights round-up