April 2021 Right's Report
last updated 30 April 2021
Bright artists have been busy! Read about what they’ve been working on in April’s end of month Publishers Weekly rights report roundup, featuring new deals, upcoming titles, and more.
Artwork by Lucy Fleming
Charlie Ilgunas at Little Bee Books has bought The Iheards, illustrated by Zoe Persico.
Rebecca Glaser at Amicus Ink has bought Peas in the Pod, illustrated by Katie Rewse.
Margaret Anastas at Viking has bought Somewhere, Right Now, illustrated by Suzie Mason.
Carol Hinz at Lerner / Millbrook has bought Ice Cylce, illustrated by Jieting Chen.
Tamar Mays at HarperCollins has bought Dot’s Day, illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman.
Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow has bought Small Talk, illustrated by Brizida Magro.
Amy Novesky at Cameron Kids has bought Magic, illustrated by Mirelle Ortega.
Marilyn Brigham at Amazon / Two Lions has bought It’s Not the Three Little Pigs, illustrated by Edwardian Taylor.
Maria Dismondy and Adam Blackman at Cardinal Rule Press has bought What the Bread Said, illustrated by Tim Palin.
Juree Sondker at Bala Kids has bought Weather Any Storm, illustrated by Paddy Donnelly.
Thanks for reading along to this month’s Right’s Report! If you missed out on last month’s right’s report blog click here to learn about some fun upcoming Bright reads!