The Unicorn which loved Saying No
Bestselling picture book - nearly 500.000 copies sold in 12 months! A hilarious new picture book by bestselling author of the “Kangaroo Chronicles” about a peculiarly stubborn unicorn …
Destination branding and marketing form the backbone of tourism industry growth, but it is increasingly important that the strategies employed consider and promote sustainable solutions. This book pro
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Frankfurt Rights is the leading online platform for buying and selling rights internationally that enables communication, information sharing and transactions between rights buyers and sellers, allowing publishers to focus more efficiently on relationships and content.
Built on IPR License’s established platform by an experienced team of rights and publishing experts, Frankfurt Rights is designed to support rights professionals on a daily and weekly basis as they make sales decisions and already in use by major publishers around the world. From nonfiction and academic works to fiction, children’s books, and more — the platform is for all types of publishers selling subrights, including translation, audio, film, permissions, and more.
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At Penguin Random House UK, we champion the world's most brilliant voices, bringing them to life in compelling and dynamic ways for audiences everywhere. Our books shape the broader cultural life of our society and accompany people of all ages on their journey of discovery of the greatest stories, the smartest thinking and the best ideas. Penguin Random House UK Group Rights represents Foreign and Domestic Rights across the company’s seven divisions. One team represents Ebury, Cornerstone, Penguin General and Penguin Press, another represents Transworld, Michael Joseph and Vintage, and the third represents illustrated titles across the seven divisions. For more information and our catalogue, please visit our webpage.
Established in 1980, Woongjin Thinkbig is a multi-award winning top publishing and education company in South Korea. We provide tutoring at home sevices, various children's books and a digital library service with a variety of digital contents.
Bonnier Books UK is a major UK publisher with sales of £80m. Home to 12 adult and children’s imprints, we publish across a wide variety of genres for different ages. You can find titles from the following imprints here: Zaffre Manilla Press John Blake Blink Hot Key Books Piccadilly Press Echo
The Sheikh Zayed Book Award was established in October 2006, in memory of the late ruler of Abu Dhabi who was President of the UAE for over 30 years. The Award, which has different categories, is presented annually to writers, intellectuals and publishers as well as to young talent whose writings and translations of humanities have enriched Arab cultural, literary and social life.
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Loewe Verlag was founded in 1863 by Ferdinand Loewe. In 1965, the Loewe Verlag acquired its current shape, which has allowed it to become one of the largest and most successful publishers of books for children and young people in the German-speaking area. Loewe seeks to provide quality books that enrich the lives of children and young people. The aim is to encourage children to read and improve their reading skills.
“Frankfurt Rights helps us to handle the administrative part of the reprint permissions quickly and effectively. Through the platform we quickly receive all the relevant information concerning the inquiry. This saves important time for other foreign rights projects.”
Arena Verlag is one of the major publishing companies for children’s and young adult fiction in Germany. Founded in 1949, its place of business has been Würzburg ever since. Since 1979, Arena Verlag has been a part of the Westermann Publishing Group. The name Arena stands for knowledge and entertainment; for sophisticated, informative, and simultaneously thrilling children’s and young adult fiction. With about 2,000 available titles, Arena Verlag today offers a diverse range for infants, children, and young adults on hand. There’s something to discover for everyone!
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CABI is an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organisation that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. Our book publishing programme covers the life sciences and sustainable development, contributing to study, practice and professional development, with 6 main subject areas: Agriculture and International Development; Environmental Sciences; Human Sciences; Plant Sciences; Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure; Veterinary and Animal Sciences.
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The name Carl Hanser stands for a publishing house with a variety that is second to none. The range spans from picture books, children’s and young adult literature to contemporary literature from all regions of the world. This literary program is complemented by classic literature from international authors and nonfiction books that impart knowledge and initiate discussions.
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Paul Zsolnay Verlag, founded in 1924 in Vienna by Paul Zsolnay, publishes international and German-language literature, classics and collected works, literary crime novels, and a wide palette of humanities and political nonfiction books. The backlist includes Henning Mankell, Ruth Klüger, Graham Greene, Daniel Glattauer, Leo Perutz, Ivo Andric and John Steinbeck. Since 1996, Paul Zsolnay Verlag has been part of the Carl Hanser Group. In 2004, Zsolnay acquired Deuticke Verlag, which was founded in Vienna in 1878.