- Rights Report: April 14
Dial has three deals to report this week.
- Rights Report: September 16
Variety reports that the property, with a girl torn between two boys, is seen as a potential successor to Twilight; Disney has also bought movie rights to Lauren Kate’s Fallen, another YA fantasy property about a love triangle.
- Rights Report: October 21
In other film news, Walden Media has bought feature film rights to the classic holiday novel The Best Christmas Pageant Ever by Barbara Robinson, Variety reports.
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- Rights Report: March 10
Kira Lynn at Kane Miller Books acquired world rights to Dare to Dream...
- Rights Report: March 17
Richard Abate of 3 Arts did the deal for North American rights.
- Rights Report: Children's Books
Romily Must and Christopher Little at the Christopher Little Literary Agency did the deal for U.S. rights.
- Rights Report: February 10
CBS Films has acquired rights to Marie Lu's YA fantasy/adventure novel Legend.
- Rights Report: May 13
Kirby Kim at William Morris Endeavor did the deal for world rights.
- Rights Report: August 25
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- Rights Report: July 15
Liza Baker at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has bought world rights to Todd Tarpley’s Ten Tiny Toes, which follows the bond of love that guides a child through every big “step” in her life.
- Rights Report: May 20
Edward Necarsulmer IV at McIntosh & Otis did the two-book deal for world-English rights; the first book comes out in 2011.
- Rights Report: June 24
Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow Books has bought North American rights to Counting Cars by Christina Meredith in a two-book pre-empt.
- Israel/Palestine: The Black Book
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- Rights Report: June 18, 2009
Sony Pictures Animation has acquired feature film rights and HarperCollins Children’s Books has bought North American publishing rights to The Familiars, a fantasy book series by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson, according to the Hollywood Reporter.