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27 Eylül 2014 Cumartesi
Macmillan Çocuk kitaplarının tanıtım bültenine
Bir başka Macmillan Çocuk kitaplarının tanıtım bültenine hoş geldiniz.
The Publishers Weekly “Stars So Far” yorumlarında, yayınevinin kitaplarından This One Summer'ın şimdiye dek 6 yıldızlı derecelendirmeyle liste başına geçmesinden çok mutluyuz. Bow-Wow’s Nightmare Neighbors ve The Iridescence of Birds 4 yıldızlı derecelendirme, Gravity, Neighborhood Sharks, The Port Chicago 50, Sebastian and the Balloon, The Shadow Hero, and Viva Frida ise 3'er yıldızlı derecelendirme aldılar.
Bu mailime gösterdiğiniz ilgiye çok teşekkür ederim. İlgilendiğiniz eserleri bana yazmanızı rica ederim. Saygılarımla,
LOVE LETTERS TO THE DEAD by Ava Dellaira We are so excited to see the first sublicensed edition of Love Letters to the Dead! Italian publisher Sperling & Kupfer sent us sample copies and they are just gorgeous. I’m looking forward to seeing more editions as they come in!
Foreign sales for LOVE LETTERS TO THE DEAD: British Commonwealth/Hot Key ∙ Czech/Euromedia ∙ Danish/Ordenes By ∙ French/Michel Lafon ∙ German/CBJ ∙ Hungarian/Cicero Kiado ∙ Italian/Sperling & Kupfer ∙ Lithuanian/Media Incognito ∙ Polish/Wydawnictwo Amber ∙ Portuguese (Brazil)/Cia das Letras ∙ Portuguese (Portugal)/Presenca ∙ Romanian/Trei ∙ Russian/AST ∙ Slovak/Ikar ∙ Spanish (Latin America)/V&R ∙ Spanish (Spain)/Nocturna ∙ Turkish/Marti Yayin Grubu
SALES: · CARMINE THE CROW by Heidi Holder / Korean rights relicensed to Marubol · OWNEY THE MAIL-POUCH POOCH by Mona Kerby, illus. by Lynne Barasch / Korean rights relicensed to Jakkajungsin
REVIEWS: STARRY NIGHT by Isabel Gillies New York Times, October 5, 2014: SCAN ATTACHED “Starry Night is a love story, though it’s not the kind that you might expect: It’s laden with the rawness, emotional bewilderment, and bad decision-making that come with infatuation and heartbreak, all the more intense when it’s experienced for the first time…Gillies handles this novel about finding one’s strength and growing up deftly and evocatively.” http://us.macmillan.com/books/9780374306755
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SALES: · DUCK SKATES, DUCK DUNKS, and DUCK TENTS by Lynne Berry, illus. by Hiroe Nakata / Chinese Simplified rights relicensed to Beijing Poplar Culture Project
· THE SHERLOCK FILES Books #1-4 by Tracy Barrett / Chinese Simplified rights licensed to Jilin Fine Arts
AWARDS: · HOW IT WENT DOWN by Kekla Magoon / A CNN “40 New Titles to Feed Your Young Adult Addiction” Feature
REVIEWS: HOW IT WENT DOWN by Kekla Magoon Booklist, October 1, 2014 issue “This poignant and honest story is bound to generate a strong emotional response and, hopefully, discussion.” http://us.macmillan.com/books/9780805098693
SALES: · DELILAH DIRK AND THE TURKISH LIEUTENANT by Tony Cliff / Italian rights licensed to ReNoir Comics · THE DIVINE by Boaz Lavie, illus. by Asaf and Tomer Hanuka / Italian rights licensed to Bao Publishing · THE SCULPTOR by Scott McCloud / Korean rights licensed to Mimesis
IN REAL LIFE by Cory Doctorow, illus. by Jen Wang Destructoid, September 18, 2014: “A Beautiful Look at MMO Psychology, Relationships and Economics” “Smart and iconic while remaining whimsical and organic.”
KID SHERIFF AND THE TERRIBLE TOADS by Bob Shea, illus. by Lane Smith Booklist, October 1, 2014 issue “Shea’s enjoyably bizarre take on a good old fashioned hoodwinkin’ finds a perfect executor in Smith, whose desert-hued illustrations have all the hard corners and sneering lines of a wanted poster.” http://us.macmillan.com/books/9781596439757
SEQUOIA by Tony Johnston, illus. by Wendell Minor Booklist, October 1, 2014 issue “Johnston describes what the old sequoia sees, smells, hears, and feels (including the tapping of a woodpecker on his bark)…Breathtaking.” http://us.macmillan.com/books/9781596437272