PRH Children's triumphs in 15-way auction for Fadugba debut

PRH Children's triumphs in 15-way auction for Fadugba debut

Penguin Random House Children’s has won a 15-way auction to publish a "genre-defying, time-travelling" YA thriller, The Upper World by Femi Fadugba.

At its heart, the book–the first in a two-book series of the same name–is "a breathtakingly ambitious exploration of free will and the capacity of two young teenagers to see a future worth fighting for", according to the publisher.

UK and Commonwealth rights, plus translation rights, in two books were acquired by editor Emma Jones at Penguin Random House Children’s from Claire Wilson at Rogers, Coleridge & White. Translation rights have also ...

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