We are always on the look out for great titles at IPR – from both the publishers’ front and back lists.  So we thought we’d highlight some of our latest finds, all with translation rights available to buy.  This season we have a wide selection of titles from different categories: everything from philosophy and politics, pop culture, business and management, to the very best in fiction, children’s & YA and lifestyle.  Have a browse and request a content preview if you’re interested in learning more.

Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.08.38Guts by Raina Telgemeier

Scholastic

A true story from Raina Telgemeier, the #1 New York Times bestselling, multiple Eisner Award-winning author of SmileSisters,  Drama, and Ghosts! Raina wakes up one night with a terrible upset stomach. Her mom has one, too, so it’s probably just a bug. It soon becomes clear that Raina’s tummy trouble isn’t going away… and it coincides with her worries about food, school, and changing friendships. What’s going on? Raina Telgemeier once again brings us a thoughtful, charming, and funny true story about growing up and gathering the courage to face — and conquer — her fears.

Sept 2019| 224pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9780545852531

World Rights Available

 

Time Management Ninja: 21 Rules for More Time and Less Stress in Your Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.05.42Life by Craig Jarrow

Mango Media

Time management made simple and easy

After spending many years testing time management tactics, tools, and systems and having written hundreds of articles on productivity, goals, and organisation, Craig Jarrow discovered a simple truth. Time management should be easy.

Time Management Ninja offers “21 Rules” that will show you an easier and more effective way to take control of your time and manage your busy life. If you follow these simple principles, you will get more done with less effort. You will have less stress and more time to do the things you want to do.

No-stress, uncomplicated time management that works

Mar 2019| 236pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9781633538917

World Rights Available

 

Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.07.13Foucault and Politics: A Critical Introduction by Mark G. E. Kelly

Edinburgh University Press

This book surveys Michel Foucault’s thought in the context of his life and times, utilising the latest primary and secondary materials to explain the political implications of each phase of his work and the relationships between each phase. It also illustrates how his thought has been used in the political sphere and examines the importance of his work for politics today.  It also critically explains Michel Foucault’s thought: the political implications of each phase of his work, how his thought has been used in the political sphere and the importance of his work for politics today.

Nov 2014| 208pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9780748676859

Word Rights Available

 

We Will Have Bread by Miao WeiScreenshot 2019-04-24 10.06.43

Yilin Press

Miao Wei is a writer, the former deputy director of Life Week Magazine, and the editor in Chief of Wissen Magazine.

“We will have bread, and we will have everything.” This is a motto that helps David Young survive hardship. As his food import company develops, he is wealthy, contented, and has plenty of time to try the best cuisine around the world. During a gourmet travel, he entered into relationship with Helen, a relationship built on shared passion for wining and dining and full of fascinating tasting trips. However, a sudden illness deprived David of his appetite and also his lover. Relying on an utterly healthy diet, David experiences changes not only in his daily routines, but also in his life desires.

July 2015|  235pp| Orig Lang Simplified Chinese| ISBN 9787544754866

Rights already sold in: Korean

 

Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.06.14Pop Culture Matters: Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the Northeast Popular Culture Association by Editor(s): Martin F. Norden, Robert E. Weir

Cambridge Scholars Publishing

We immerse ourselves daily in expressions of popular culture—YouTube videos, hip hop music, movies, adverts, greeting cards, video games, and comics, to name just a few possibilities—and far too often we pay only scant critical attention to them. The essays in this collection redress this situation by probing a wide range of topics within the field of popular culture studies. Written in engaging and jargon-free prose, contributions critically examine various offerings in film, television, social media, music, literature, sports, and related areas. 

Apr 2019| 345pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9781527526938

World Rights Available

 

Jungle Dogs. City Life with a Dog by Nick Oehme & Susanne WilleScreenshot 2019-04-24 10.09.09

Kynos

Big city life has its own rules, joys and problems. That also applies to owning a dog. Which breeds are suitable and which not, how to socialize a young puppy to an urban environment, how much space do you need, how to deal with typical problems like salted roads in winter or hot asphalt in summer, how to safely ride in train or bus with your dog and how to manage close dog encounters on the sidewalk – these and much more questions are answered in this up-to date book.

Oct 2016| 216pp| Orig Lang German| ISBN 9783954640980

Rights already sold in: Czech

 

Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.07.41The Small Things that End the World by Jeanette Lynes

Coteau Books

From the Giller-longlisted author of The Factory Voice comes a new novel. Beginning in 1954, as Sadie Wilder gets her big break babysitting for the posh Bannister family in Toronto on the eve of Hurricane Hazel—to this day one of Canada’s worst natural disasters—The Small Things that End the World tells the story of the strength and resilience of three women on the margins who must come face-to-face with calamities outside their control.

June 2018| 304pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9781550509335

World Rights Available

 

Leadership Matters: 7 Skills of Very Successful Leaders by David Pich and Ann Screenshot 2019-04-24 10.08.08Messenger

Major Street Publishing

Leadership Matters is packed with ideas, research and practical advice for aspiring leaders in Australia and worldwide.  Authors David Pich and Ann Messenger, together with a team of experts, believe that you need to master 7 skills to become a successful leader in today’s complex and challenging organisations. They researched locally and globally to find out why and how these 7 skills are so important.

As part of this research, David Pich interviewed several inspiring global leaders – including human rights activist and Nobel Prize recipient, Kailash Satyarthi; Qantas CEO Alan Joyce AC; and Gloria Ai, China’s leading independent business host, whose daily talk show attracts an astonishing 8 million listeners and watchers.

Aug 2017| 256pp| Orig Lang English| ISBN 9780994542489

World Rights available

 

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