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RIGHTS LICENSING
Scholastic Australia’s Rights team is dedicated to finding the best home for our creators’ books, be that with an overseas English language or translation book, or audio publisher, or in the film and tv world. Our passion is to increase knowledge of the quality and variety of Australian children's publishing and to find international homes for as many of our publications as we can, fostering a love of reading in children no matter where they live. Our Rights Manager attends Bologna, London and Frankfurt Book Fairs and makes an annual visit to New York to see US publishers too. The Scholastic Australia lists include picture books and children’s fiction, from age four all the way through to YA, with a mix of award-winning literary and commercial titles.

You can download our 2020 Rights guide here:
2020 New Titles Rights Catalogue
2020 Highlights Rights Catalogue

If you have a rights-related query, please contact: Claire Pretyman at claire_pretyman@scholastic.com.au


PERMISSIONS

If you wish reprint, reproduce or otherwise deal with any material from a Scholastic Australia publication, please consult the guidelines below.

Permissions & Copyright
All material published by Scholastic Australia Pty Ltd is regulated and protected by the Copyright Act (1968) (Cth). If you wish to reprint, reproduce or otherwise deal with any material from a Scholastic Australia publication, you must obtain written permission from us prior to using the material.

Making a permissions request
Scholastic Australia may only grant permission requests for titles published by Scholastic Australia. To determine the correct publisher to contact, please check the imprint page. If one of our affiliates publishes the work, please contact them directly:

Required Information
Please submit your permission request in writing to Alex Fleming at permissions@scholastic.com.auincluding the following information:

Information about our book

  • Title
  • ISBN
  • Author and/or Illustrator
  • Imprint (Scholastic Australia, Scholastic Press, Scholastic Education, Omnibus Books and Koala Books)
  • If possible, a scan of the relevant imprint page

Information about yourself and your project

  • Title of publication or name of your project
  • Organisation and department
  • Postal address
  • Preferred contact number
  • Preferred email address

Format of your project (print, eBook, audio, broadcast, live performance, online etc.)

Print or eBook

  • Author and/or Illustrator
  • Publisher
  • Expected publication date
  • Projected print run and/or number of anticipated digital downloads if applicable
  • Projected retail price of physical and digital editions if applicable
  • Requested distribution territory (ANZ, World, etc.)
  • Proposed term

Online

  • The URL where the material will appear
  • Approximate number of visitors per month
  • Requested distribution territory (ANZ, World, etc.). In addition, please indicate your ability to place access restrictions to the content based on the geographic location of users.
  • Is the site on a closed (password protected or membership dependent) or open platform (e.g. Youtube or Facebook)
  • Membership cost if applicable       

Performance 

  • Name of production
  • Number of shows as well as the dates and location(s)
  • Ticket price
  • Anticipated ticket sales

Material requested from the Scholastic Australia publication (text, illustrations, cover or entire work etc.)

Text

  • The number of words and the page numbers on which the words appear
  • Percentage of the extract in relation to the entire Scholastic publication (e.g. 10% of the entire work)

Illustration

  • Specify which illustrations and the page numbers on which the illustrations appear
  • Percentage of the extract in relation to the entire Scholastic publication (e.g. 10% of the entire work)

 Poem

  • If is it a poem, the name of the poem and the number of lines
  • Percentage of the extract in relation to the entire Scholastic publication (e.g. 10% of the entire work)

Cost
Financial reparation may be required to compensate creators for the use of their work. In the event that a permission fee arises, the cost will depend on the content you wish to reproduce and the intended use.

Time-frame
Due to the volume of enquiries we receive, it generally takes around six weeks to process a permission request. Before submitting your application, please account for this time frame within any editorial and/or project schedules.

 

COVID-19 POLICY

If your school or library has been impacted by closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic and would like to request permission to conduct an online reading of a Scholastic Australia title, please see the following guide.