Right's Report: July 2021
last updated 30 July 2021
Bright artists have been busy! Read about what they’ve been working on in July’s end of month Publishers Weekly rights report roundup, featuring new deals, upcoming titles, and more.
Courtney Code at Abrams has bought The Pumpernickel-Daffodil, illustrated by Galia Bernstein.
Ginny O’Donnell at Cottage Door Press has bought Chugga Chugga Choo Choo, illustrated by Jestenia Southerland.
Luana Kay Horry at HarperCollins has bought The Mermaid Princesses, illustrated by Mirelle Ortega.
Ann Rider at Clarion has bought The City Sings Green, illustrated by Ginnie Hsu.
Amy Novesky at Cameron Kids has bought Eat Your Peas, Julius!, illustrated by Fiona Lee.
Debra Dorfman at Scholastic Press has bought I Color Myself Different, illustrated by Eric Wilkerson.
Janine O’Malley at FSG has bought There’s No Place Like Hope, written by Janet Lawler and illustrated by Tamisha Anthony.
Courtney Fahy at Little Bee has bought Battle of the Books, illustrated by James Rey Sanchez.
Sarah Rocket at Sleeping Bear Press has bought Brainstorm!, illustrated by Kate Kronreif.
Richard Jackson at Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books bought, before his death, Time to Fly, illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman.
Thanks for reading July’s right’s report! Tune in at the end of each month to learn about all the wonderful deals made with Bright artists. Miss June’s right’s report? Click here to see what’s been slated to hit shelves.