In China, an interesting new fiction bestseller is mixed with nonfiction—and become a point of debate among Chinese readers.
Titles in our first Rights Roundup of the month come from Spain, Italy, Finland, and the UK, with work for children, and a book on a racer.
A mix of classics and newcomers structures the lists from December in China, with the approach of the Lunar New Year.
Antony Shugaar’s tranlsation of 1962 Italian picture book ‘Telephone Tales’ by Gianni Rodari and Valerio Vidali wins ALA’s 2021 Batchelder Award.
Titles in this Rights Roundup include suspense, children’s books, historical nonfiction, a graphic novel, and a tale about Agatha Christie.
en titles from illustrator Robert Ingpen now form the basis of a new UK children’s book publishing imprint, Welbeck Children’s Classics.
Our titles come from the United States, Canada, Finland, Norway, Belgium, and Sweden and include environmentally cognizant writings.
Major seasonal sales impacted the bestseller charts in China in November, as illustrated books saw strong performances from two children’s book series.
Our featured titles were first published in Swedish, Spanish, Norwegian, Catalan, German, and Dutch–and they include a diet book.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work from Finland, Germany, Spain, Israel, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, plus the work of an art detective.