March '20 Rights Report
last updated 31 March 2020
Bright artists have been busy! Read about what they’ve been working on in March’s end of month Publishers Weekly rights report roundup, featuring new deals, upcoming titles, and more.
Illustration by Kiersten Eagan
Liz Bicknell at Candlweick has bought Cress Watercress, illustrated by David Litchfield.
Tamar Mays at HarperCollins has bought Ruby’s Reunion Day Dinner, illustrated by Jestenia Southerland.
Stephanie Pitts at Putnam has bought How to Be a Rock Star, illustrated by Daniel Duncan.
Naomi Krueger at Beaming Books has bought Opening the Road: Victor Hugo Green and His Green Book, illustrated by Alleanna Harris.
Carter Hasegawa and Katie Cunningham at Candlewick have bought Time, illustrated by Ebony Glenn.
Lee Wade at Random House Studio has bought My Brother Is Away, illustrated by Luisa Uribe.
Donna Bray at HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray has bought One Big Day and Hands On!, illustrated by Alea Marley.
Alyson Day at HarperCollins has bought The Gravity Tree: The True Story of a Tree That Inspired the World, illustrated by Yas Imamura.
Alexa Pastor at Atheneum has bought Gitty and Kvetch, illustrated by Ariel Landy.
Barb McNally at Sleeping Bear Press has bought The Lady of the Library, illustrated by Rachel Sanson.