Chicken House to expand to China

Chicken House to expand to China

Chicken House has signed a special co-operation agreement with China's biggest children's publisher, marking its expansion into the country. 

Chicken House stuck the deal to work under a new joint imprint with China Children’s Press and Publication Group (CCPPG). The deal was confirmed between Jackie Huang of Andrew Nurnberg Associates and Elinor Bagenal, Chicken House’s rights director.

The indie children's publisher will now work with CCPPG on a five-year plan to publish Chicken House titles in translation, plus original works by Chinese authors. As well as traditional publication, the ...

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