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Rights Guide 2019. Children's literature
The Old Lion Publishing House is not only about books. It is primarily about people — those who create them, and those they are created for. Our books are for both kids and adults who choose a book as their true friend. The Old Lion Publishing House is ultimately about humanity, about the books that make us a little happier, stronger, kinder and more fun. It is also about emotions without which our life is tasteless.
 
It is also about creativity that broadens our horizon and gives us wings. And we, engaging the best world and Ukrainian authors, illustrators, designers and translators to work on books, want to be a little bit of wizards and a little bit of dream makers for our readers. We believe that through joint efforts we change reality for better.
 
author Myroslav Laiuk, illustrator Katerina Sad
 
Saurus and His Younger Brother is a fairy tale about little Saurus from the Stegosaurs family, whose life changes after he learns his family is expecting a younger brother. Together with Saurus, readers will experience such emotions as jealousy of younger siblings, awareness of one’s own self, and the value of all children, regardless of whether they are older or younger. Through the story of Saurus, children will understand that younger siblings are not just trouble-makers, but true friends. They are the ones who make you become stronger, more confident and mature.
 
Details→ 2019→ 28 pages→ 238 × 210 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ family→ siblings→ dinosaurus→ maturing
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights→ all languages available.
  
author and illustrator Katerina Sad
 
When a farm loses its owner, a flock of ducks living there start thinking about their future. The ducks decide to write an advertisement, stating that they are looking for a new owner, but since they can’t write, they have to learn to do so. You can discover whether the ducks achieve their aim by flipping through the picture book The Milli000000n-Dollar Idea by Katerina Sad together with your child. Through this wonderful and humorous story, readers willlearn what a successful start-up is and that there is always a way out of a difficult situation.
 
Details→ 2018→ 28 pages→ 218 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ idea→ success→ art→ humor→ start-up
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold Simplified Chinese (magazine edition only), Korean.
 
authors and illustrators Romana Romanyshyn аnd Andriy Lesiv
 
This is an educational picture book about sight from the creative studio Agrafka. It is about both things we can see with our own eyes and the mysterious, invisible to the human eye. This book is also about microscopes and telescopes that help us see incredibly small or extremely distant things. It explains that for better eyesight some people need glasses, while those who can’t see at all need a special system and symbols. By reading this new book, you will learn how birds and animals see the world, how artists create optical illusions, and about the many millions of hues the human eye can perceive.
 
I See That won the 2018 Bologna Ragazzi Award, the most prestigious award in children’s literature, in the award’s non-fiction category. I See That has been awarded with a Bronze Medal Stiftung Buchkunst in 2019.
 
Details→ 2018→ 56 pages→ 280 × 260 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ children’s→ optical illusions→ microscope→ telescope
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 7-10
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Catalan, Spanish, Slovakian, Complex Chinese, Russian, Portuguese (Brasil), Danish, Turkish, Romanian, English (World Rights), Italian, English (Sub-Indian continent), Korean, French, German, Czech, Japanese, Latvian.
 
authors and illustrators Romana Romanyshyn аnd Andriy Lesiv
 
This unique picture book about hearing and silence, and about sounds that we can or cannot hear, was created by the most renowned Ukrainian illustrators Romana Romanyshyn and Andriy Lesiv, whose books have twice won the Bologna Ragazzi Award. The book is told in many voices: the voice of bright colours, of many interesting facts, of visual images. It contains sounds of noise and music, of city and nature, as well as the oldest sound in our universe and the quietest musical piece in human history. The main characters of the book will lead readers through the whole story, teaching children how deaf people communicate with each other and why silence is so important in our lives.
 
Details→ 2017→ 56 pages→ 280 × 260 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ sounds→ noise→ hearing→ music→ silence
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 7-10
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Catalan, Spanish, Slovakian, Complex Chinese, Russian, Portuguese (Brasil), Portuguese (Portugal), Danish, Turkish, Romanian, English (World Rights), Italian, English (Sub-Indian continent), Korean, French, German, Czech, Japanese, Latvian, Arabic.
 
authors and illustrators Romana Romanyshyn аnd Andriy Lesiv
 
This board book is a real treasure for kids who are just taking first steps to explore the world around, and their parents. What else if not a book is the best way to start communication with a child? What else if not a native home full of such different and important things is the first place to start discovering the world? Page after page, different rooms and things inside them — a bed, slippers, a cup, a tap, and favourite toys will appear before little amazed eyes. Looking at pictures, touching them, and searching for something new and important, pronouncing or even singing some of the names, repeating after father or mother — the book My Room, My Home, and Things I Own suggests a lot of possibilities for studying, development and spending quality time with a family.
 
Details→ 2015→ 24 pages→ 210 × 210 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ house→ rooms→ things→ furniture
Genre→ wordbook
Age→ 1-4
Foreign rights→ all languages available.
 
authors and illustrators Romana Romanyshyn аnd Andriy Lesiv
 
Danko, Zirka and Fabian live peacefully in the small town of Rondo. They have their work and hobbies that always keep them busy… until war comes. The three friends have never experienced war before, and they don't know how to act. In hopes of stopping war, they talk to it and fight it, but all in vain. Eventually, they discover an effective defense against the darkness of war — the power of light. With the help of all the residents of Rondo, Danko, Zirka and Fabian build a huge light machine that disperses the darkness and stops war. The War that Changed Rondo reflects the ambiguity of war and is a tribute to peace.
 
Details→ 2015→ 40 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ war→ struggle→ change→ light
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 4-7
Foreign rights sold French, Slovakian, Polish, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Armenian, English (World Rights), Italian, Arabic.
 
authors and illustrators Romana Romanyshyn аnd Andriy Lesiv
 
This is a story about a very peculiar little girl who is the daughter of two great mathematicians. Her name is Dora and she has a dream: to count each and every thing in the world because counting is her favourite thing to do. She counts dots on her dress, trees in the park, bricks in the fortress, birds and animals all around her, and even stars and poppy seeds. You might ask: is it really possible to count everything? Oh yes, if you really love counting and are lucky enough to have a mother as wise as Dora’s.
 
Details→ 2014→ 24 pages→ 200 × 220 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ mathematics→ counting→ dream
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 4-7
Foreign rights sold French, Spanish, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Complex Chinese, Slovenian, Latvian, English (World Rights), Italian.
   
author Julia Kolomoets, illustrator Alla Gutnichenko
 
Andrew has a very unusual family. All of his relatives have a favorite job and every one of them has an unusual, but important and interesting profession. His mom is a florist, his dad is a paleontologist, his sister a panda hugger, his grandpa a tea-tester, and his grandma a sign-language translator. The family also includes a glassblower, an aeronaut, an architect, a pizzaiolo, and a dog trainer. And then there’s Andrew himself, who isn’t yet sure what he wants to be when he grows up. This book about remarkable professions will be interesting for children of various ages.
 
Details→ 2018→ 88 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ unusual professions→ job→ family→ animals
Genre→ wimmelbook
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold→ Turkish, Korean, Polish, Slovakian.
 
author and illustrator Oksana Bula
 
Tukoni are the forest inhabitants. Each of them is different, but at the same time they are united by friendship and love for nature and the world they live in. Tukoni take care of plants and animals, and this is their favorite thing to do.
 
Details→ 2018→ 44 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ tukoni→ nature→ animal→ habits→ forest
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold→ Czech, Slovakian.
 
 
 
 
 
 
author and illustrator Oksana Bula 
 
All trees are born in summer, including fir trees. The Fir tree tukoni makes sure that by the winter they have grown up and become stronger. However, there is one fir tree that actually grows up in the winter and no one ever knows where it is going to show up next. Only Ptarmigan tukoni can find her. So when the special tree is born, its arrival is celebrated by all forest inhabitants. For the fir tree birthday is special because it is the birthday of all the Tukoni. A wonderful picture book of a famous Ukrainian artist Oksana Bula will invite the little ones to the winter fairytale and teach them how to take care of the nature together with the good forest spirits — Tukoni.
 
Details→ 2018→ 44 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ fir tree→ care→ birthday→ forest→ nature
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold→ Czech, Slovakian.
 
author and illustrator Oksana Bula 
 
Like every year, at the end of the autumn the bear decided to go to sleep. He was waiting for Tukoni, who should help him to settle down into a bartender. But! The bear met the bison, who have told him, how animals, who don't sleep in winter, have fun in the forest. And how the bear can get sleep after this?
 
Details→ 2016→ 32 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ bear→ tukoni→ sleep→ nature→ animal→ habits
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold→ Czech, Simplified Chinese, Complex Chinese, Malay, Vietnamese, Korean, Greek.
 
 
 
author and illustrator Oksana Bula 
 
Once upon a time a bison met a bear. Winter was coming and he asked the bear where he could get food since everything was covered with snow. The bear answered that he didn’t eat in the winter. Instead he typical went into a deep sleep. Every year at the same time Tukoni, forest inhabitants would put him to sleep in a den and wake him up at springtime. The bison became lost in thought. He had never slept all though the winter and couldn’t even imagine that other animals did. How wonderful it would be to sleep in a cozy nest rather than roam around in the snow! The bison decided that the Tukoni should put him to sleep as well.
 
Details→ 2016→ 40 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ tukoni→ bison→ animal→ habits→ forest
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold Czech, Simplified Chinese, Complex Chinese, Malay, Vietnamese, Korean, Greek.
 
author Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, illustrator Oksana Bula 
 
This is a little story about big things like growing up in a community, appreciating similarities and differences in those around us, and finding one's own identity in order to be happy. But it is also about learning how to recognize trees in a park and know them by their leaves, fruit and flowers — a little bit of eco-education conveyed in a very playful, fairy-tale manner. A sprout grows in a park and looks attentively at the trees around it — the birch, oak, rowan tree, lime tree, maple, ash tree, sycamore, chesnut, poplar tree, willow, and ginkgo — trying to discern its own identity by comparing itself to them, getting to know who is who, and figuring out whom it resembles. Because “happiness is having someone like you around”.
 
Details→ 2016→ 44 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ growth→ trees→ likeness→ identity→ ecoeducation
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 5-9
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Complex Chinese, Malay, Vietnamese, Korean, Slovakian, Belarussian, Czech, Polish.
 
author Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, illustrator Oksana Bula 
 
The nightingale has returned from distant Africa and is looking for a spot to build its nest. And there are so many trees and bushes in the garden! Which of them would make a good home for a bird? Maybe a sour cherry, a sweet cherry or a cherry plum tree? Maybe a plum or a pear tree? Each tree tells its story to the nightingale, describing its own special traits. The stories of the trees also paint an image of an old gardener, clever and kind, who treated trees as living creatures, talked to them and cherished them, and of his family, still living in the nearby house, who honors the trees and collects their fruit.
 
Details→ 2017→ 52 pages→ 220 × 290 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ growth→ trees→ likeness→ identity→ ecoeducation
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 5-9
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Complex Chinese, Polish, Vietnamese, Korean, Slovakian, Belarussian.
 
author Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, illustrator Tetiana Tsiupka
 
The little boy Yas knows so much about bicycles! His parents never part with their “horse bikes”: they ride bikes to work, on short excursions and on journeys. Naturally Yas has also been using all kinds of cycling vehicles since he was knee-high: riding a horse bike, running bike and tricycle, and also travelling on an adult bik, in a special seat for kids. Now that the boy has grown up, it’s time to learn how to ride a bike without additional wheels — an important step in Yas’s bicycle career. The book is interactive: little readers can learn how to draw a bicycle, as artist Tetiana Tsiupka will show them how. The fun and motivational picture book by Kateryna Mikhalitsyna tells about different kinds of bicycle transport, and inspires and teaches to overcome difficulties.
 
Details→ 2019→ 240 × 240 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ bicycle→ toys→ family
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights→ all languages available.
 
author Kateryna Mikhalitsyna, illustrator Tetiana Tsiupka 
 
Children love toys, and toy cars might easily be among their favourites. Similarly, children love stories just as much as they do listening to them. This book is a wonderful combination of these two loves, as this is a story about toy cars or, more specifically, about a little boy named Yas who is a happy owner of an impressive car fleet. It is a first-person narration written in a very funny and realistically childish tone. The dynamic illustrations make the book even more playful, simultaneously helping young children focus on the important details and features of each car.
 
Details→ 2018→ 46 pages→ 240 × 240 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ cars→ toys→ family
Genre→ picture book
Age→ 3-7
Foreign rights sold→ Korean.
 
author Halyna Vdovychenko, illustrator Natalia Gayda 
 
36 and 6 cats — that’s exactly how many of Halyna Vdovychenko’s tailed heroes found a home in Mrs. Krepova’s apartment one rainy evening against her will. The stubborn woman did not want to welcome the strangers in her house, but everything changed when the feline, sphinx-like Baroness appeared and completely won her heart. Neither Mrs. Krepova nor her nephew Stas could have ever imagined the result of that invasion of their small apartment by 36 adult cats and 6 small kittens.
 
Details→ 2015→ 136 pages→ 170 × 215 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ cats→ adventures→ animals→ friendship
Genre→ illustrated stories and fairy tales
Age→ 7-10
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Russian.
 
author Taras Prokhasko and Mariana Prokhasko, illustrator Mariana Prokhasko 
 
Mariana and Taras Prokhasko’s novel Who Will Make the Snow will delight readers with its fast-paced simplicity and timelessness. Following the adventures of a family of moles from Beech Tree Forest, readers will learn about their rich day-to-day life, the birth of their two newborns, and their adoption of a young rabbit, who brings new experiences for them all. This book will provide questions to discuss and answers to seek, and will likely become an essential book both at home and in classroom libraries.
 
Details→ 2013→ 72 pages→ 240 × 210 мм→ hardback
Keywords→ family→ day-to-day life→ fears→ love→ friendship
Genre→ animal fantasy
Age→ 6-10
Foreign rights sold→ Simplified Chinese, Latvian, Slovakian.
 
 
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