Updated: Mar 6

Joan Marie Galat's ROAD ECOLOGY, in which the effect of roads on wildlife and ecosystems is explored alongside solutions that promote environmental harmony and efficient transportation networks, and young readers discover ways to contribute to a healthier planet, has been acquired by Andrew Wooldridge at Orca Books, with Kirstie Hudson editing. Publication is slated for spring 2024. The author is represented by Stacey Kondla.

Updated: Mar 4

Rotem Moscovich at Knopf has bought world rights to Hooray for DNA! by debut author Pauline Thompson, to be illustrated by Greg Pizzoli (The Watermelon Seed). A playful and rhythmic introduction to DNA, this picture book celebrates the similarities we share with all life forms and with each other. Publication is scheduled for spring 2023; Stacey Kondla at the Rights Factory represented the author, and Steven Malk at Writers House represented the illustrator.

Audio Rights: Author of THE MENTOR, THE ANCESTOR, and the soon to be released RUNAWAY TRAIN, Lee Matthew Goldberg's ORANGE CITY, the first title in a series pitched as 1984 meets LOST, about a secret, hidden city that gives a second chance at life for outcasts of the outside world, where everyone gets a job and a place to live, but is bound to the City, and it’s monstrous dictator, forever, to Rick Roane at Cherry Hill Publishing, by Natalie Kimber at The Rights Factory.

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