Frequently Asked Questions
Q: If Scholastic does not control translation rights to
a title, who should I contact for more information?
A: Refer to the attached document, which contains a list of the most frequently requested titles and the corresponding agent contact information. Contact the agent for further information.
Q: I am a translator, and I’d like to translate ___
into _______. Please let me know how to proceed.
A: We license translation rights to International publishers, and they are responsible for hiring a translator. Sorry, but we do not license to individuals, only accredited publishing houses.
Q: How can I tell if rights are available for a title or series?
A: Search for a title on our website, and click on that title for further information. A list of rights sold will appear on the right hand side. If the first books of a series are already sold in your territory, future titles in that series are under option to that publisher.
Q: I’d like to make and offer. How do I proceed?
A: Contact us by clicking on “Contact International Rights” on the left hand navigation bar. Fill out the form, and we will reply to you shortly. You can also submit an offer through our agents: refer to the agent list to find the corresponding agent for your territory.
Q: I’d like to use material and games from the Scholastic.com
website. Who do I contact?
A: You can contact us, and we will license the website material to you.
Q: I’d like to make an appointment for the Frankfurt/London/Bologna
A: You can also make appointments by clicking on “Contact International Rights” on the left hand navigation bar. Fill out the form, and we will reply to you shortly
Q: Who do I contact regarding Export copies?
A: Please contact Scholastic’s Director of Export at Srusso@scholastic.com