With adults following the animated adaptation of ‘The Three-Body Problem,’ we look at the China’s bestselling children’s books for December.
With its third book set for fall, Ashley Spires’ ‘Most Magnificent’ series from Kids Can Press is slated for an animated series from Nelvana.
Our first Rights Roundup of the new year features work originally written in Finnish, Catalan, French, Swedish, Italian, and Czech.
Anticipation of a new animated adaptation of Liu Cixin’s trilogy drove ‘The Three-Body Problem’ back to the top of China’s charts.
Publishers and agents will want to check the criteria to apply for publication and production subsidies for illustrated Norwegian titles.
Taking time to honor progress–and point to the need for more–England’s BookTrust reflects on diversity’s place in kids’ reading.
Awards and screen adaptations drive fiction, while humorous history stokes nonfiction, on China’s October bestseller lists from OpenBook.
Our last Rights Roundup of the year features work selling into Galician, Catalan, Portuguese, Danish, Korean, Dutch, Greek, Slovak, and more.
As the year wends its way toward its exit, we have new rights action reported to us for today’, in this chilly post-Frankfurt autumn.
Writerly craft, online serialization, television appearances, and studies of loneliness propelled titles onto the September bestseller lists in China.