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A Worldwide Bestseller; or, What an Invisible String can do…

April 11, 2017 by Erzsi Deak

THE LITTLE BOOK THAT COULD: Patrice Karst’s THE INVISIBLE STRING Connecting the World one Reader at a Time

Patrice Karst is new to the Coop (welcome, Patrice!) and with her comes her picture book, THE INVISIBLE STRING, which continues to connect people and to climb the sales charts. Scholastic Clubs just shared this bit of news: THE INVISIBLE STRING is a bestseller, a worldwide bestseller for the Club. We are pleased to be taking THE INVISIBLE STRING into new markets and look forward to hearing of international interest and seeing THE INVISIBLE STRING (now translated into English and Hungarian; and available in China) in the hands and hearts of readers of every size everywhere.

Patrice Karst’s THE INVISIBILE STRING, a story about dealing with separation and staying connected, is now a worldwide bestseller, says Scholastic Clubs!

About Erzsi Deak

Erzsi Deak is the founder of Hen&ink Literary Studio, a writer, and an editor. With nearly 30 years of experience on the international stage, she is most happy connecting individuals around the globe who can make things happen – no matter where you find yourself or what hat you are wearing. She is an editorial agent, pushing her authors and illustrators to go the extra kilometer to achieve sometimes surprising insights and results. A two-time SCBWI Member of the Year awardee, she speaks on craft, “the market,” and current industry topics. She is pleased to announce that the new MAB Media will publish PERIOD PIECES: STORIES FOR GIRLS as one of its launch books in 2015. Her first picture book, PUMPKIN TIME! (Sourcebooks, 2014, illustrated by Doug Cushman) has just been picked up by the Scholastic Book Clubs. Thanks to technology, she can work from France and be in New York and London at the same time.

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Homepage: http://www.erzsideak.com

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