March Right's Report
last updated 29 March 2021
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.
Artwork by Diane Ewen
Alyza Liu at Atheneum has bought Can You Imagine, illustrated by Yas Imamura.
Madison Moore at Albert Whitman has bought Kid Scientist, a STEM picture book series, illustrated by Mia Powell.
Jill Braithwaite at Beaming Books has bought How to Train Your Pet Brain, illustrated by Amy Jindra.
Bethany Buck at Pixel+Ink has bought The Great Mathemachicken, illustrated by Charlie Alder.
Krestyna Lypen at Algonquin has bought Sunny & Oswaldo, illustrated by Alexandra Colombo.
Holly West at Feiwel and Friends has bought Happily Ever After Rescue Team: Agents of H.E.A.R.T., illustrated by Genevieve Kote.
Ann Kelley at Random House has bought Salat in Secret, illustrated by Hatem Aly.
Rotem Moscovich at Knopf has bought This Little Kitty, illustrated by Karen Obuhanych.
Vikcy Holifield at Peachtree has bought Bioblitz, illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman.
Frances Gilbert at Doubleday has bought, in a three book deal, Growing Great and Smart Sisters, author-illustrated by Mechal Roe.
Karen Smith at Knopf has acquired Gift & Box, illustrated by Brizida Magro.
Alex Borbolla at Atheneum has bought Wonder Dogs, illustrated by Karen Obuhanych.