including the following information:
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 2023 Rights guide here:
2023 New Titles Rights Catalogue
If you have an international rights-related query, please contact: Claire Pretyman at firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
Please submit your permission request in writing to email@example.com, including the following information:
Information about our book
Information about yourself and your project
Format of your project (print, eBook, audio, broadcast, live performance, online etc.)
Print or eBook
Material requested from the Scholastic Australia publication (text, illustrations, cover or entire work etc.)
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.
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.