Eve White sells a host of kids' titles

<p>Literary agent Eve White has recently signed deals for a host of different titles, selling four books to a four different publishers.<br /><br />White has struck deals for two books by Tracey Corderoy. Alison Green Books has acquired world rights for <em>I Want that Dragon, Now</em> and will publish the title in spring 2011. Lara Hancock, picture book publisher at Egmont Press has also bought world rights from White for Corderoy&rsquo;s <em>A Flower in the Snow</em>, with a provisional publishing date of November 2010.<br /><br />Meanwhile Ruth Williams at Piccadilly Press has bought world rights to publish two follow-ups to <em>Dinopants</em> by Ciaran Murtagh, which is due to be published by Piccadilly in September. The as-yet-untitled second book in the series will be published in February and the third in September 2010. </p><p>Murtagh appears in and writes children&#39;s TV shows such as &#39;Professor Bumm&#39;s Story Machine&#39; and &#39;The Slammer&#39;. He has also just been commissioned to write a new series for the BBC in<br />which he will star.<br /><br />White has also struck a deal with Scholastic&rsquo;s editorial director Katherine Halligan to publish a second picture book by Abie Longstaff. Scholastic cquired Halligan&#39;s <em>The Mummy Shop</em> in December last year and plans to publish it in 2011, with the new title scheduled for 2012.</p>