Rights to Tiina Nopola’s Siri series sold in Vietnam!

Siri VietnamWe are very happy to announce that Kim Dong, Vietnam’s largest publisher of children’s books, has acquired rights to five titles in author Tiina Nopola and illustrator Mervi Lindman’s beloved Siri series (Tammi). Other titles on Kim Dong’s list are works by Roald Dahl and Tove Jansson. Dutch and Czech rights were also recently sold to Rebo Productions.

Aimed for a 4+ readership, the Siri series narrates the adventures of a vivacious and playful little girl and her friends. It has been praised both for its spirited storytelling and for Mervi Lindman’s sweet and detailed illustrations.

To date 12 Siri books have been published, and rights have been sold in 18 languages! A full English text is available of the latest Siri book, Siri and the Star (Tammi 2014).

Several international editions of Siri titles were published in 2014. Among the publishers who debuted new Siri translations were Kolibri in Hungary, Foksal in Poland, Turbine in Denmark, Verbarium in Slovakia, and Zvaigzne in Latvia.

Contact the Agency for reading materials!

Tiina Nopola’s official site: tiinanopola.com
Sinikka Nopola’s official site: sinikkanopola.com

Reading materials for the Siri series:
Book 10 (Siri and the Yeti): Full English text
Book 12 (Siri and the Star): Full English text

RIGHTS SOLD: THE SIRI SERIES
Original publisher: FINLAND, Tammi
ARAB WORLD, Dar Al Saqi
CHINA, Graphic Communications Press
CZECH REPUBLIC, Rebo Productions
DENMARK, Carlsen
DENMARK, Turbine
ESTONIA (Võru), Võru Instituut
GERMANY, Ellermann
HUNGARY, Kolibri
KOREA, Chackgama
LATVIA, Zvaigzne
LITHUANIA, Nieko Rimto
NETHERLANDS, Rebo Productions
POLAND, Foksal
SWEDEN, Bonnier Carlsen
SLOVAKIA, Verbarium
TURKEY, Marti
UKRAINE, BAT
VIETNAM, Kim Dong

For rights inquiries contact: info@ahlbackagency.com

Mervi Lindman


Mervi Lindman (b.1971) is a much-loved illustrator whose cheerful artworks have been published in 15 different countries to date. Lindman’s illustrations have been regularly appraised by critics and public alike, and she has received several grants to support her art work.