mundt agency is a rights agency representing international children’s book publishers. Handling translation rights, e-book rights, audio rights and co-editions.

The portfolio includes board books, picture books, children’s and young adult fiction and non-fiction.

 

Important Information for Authors and Illustrators

mundt agency is a rights & licensing agency selling rights on behalf of publishers only. It’s neither a publishing house nor a literary agency, so please do not send any sample illustrations, manuscripts or rights catalogues with the intention of selling rights to us, as we are unable to consider any material.

Thank you for your understanding.

Happy Birthday Little Mole!

The Little Mole, created by Wolf Erlbruch and Werner Holzwarth, is celebrating its 30th birthday this year! Not only has this outstanding children's classic been published in 41 languages over the course of time, it continues to win children's hearts in new markets. This year will see its first publication in the Luxembourgish language -...

Children’s Book Prize NRW 2018 for KING WILL JOIN US LATER

We are delighted to announce that King Will Join Us Later by Andrea Karimé and Jens Rassmus has won the Children’s Book Prize NRW 2018! From the ministry’s message: “Reading pleasure is a pleasure that should not be withheld from any child. Inspiring stories and attractively designed books that are suitable for reading aloud and…

Antje Damm Wins the 2018 New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books Award

Antje Damm’s THE VISITOR [Der Besuch, published by Moritz Verlag] has won the 2018 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Books! Congratulations Antje!!! For more information, click on the link below:  

The Panther

Rainer Maria Rilke tells in his famous poem about a locked-in panther that he saw in the Jardin des Plantes in Paris. He lends a voice to the graceful animal and introduces the reader into the emotional world of the black cat behind the bars: As if you were seeing the world through the eyes…