Polish rights for PUTIN’S TROLLS, Korean rights for LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS sold!

Polish rights for PUTIN’S TROLLS, Korean rights for LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS sold!

PUTIN’S TROLLS SOLD TO POLAND!

The courageous book by award-winning journalist Jessikka Aro was published in September 2019 and has already sold over 17 000 copies in Finland.  In Poland, rights were acquired today by Wydawnictwo Sine Qua Non, and it has previously been picked up by Menu Meedia/Stratkom in Estonia and Briedis in Lithuania.

PUTIN’S TROLLS is the most important, and even shocking, narrative nonfiction of the year. The book tells the true stories from the frontline of the Russian information warfare around the world.

Ask for a 100-page English sample and summary by clicking here 

THE LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS SOLD TO KOREA

The Korean publisher The Wings of Thinking acquired THE LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS by Lotta Sonninen, the mean little activity book for people who are done and over with positivity.  The hilarious title will now be published in 32 territories and counting!

Ask for the full English pdf here.
INTRODUCING: THE LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS AT WORK!

We are now also pleased to announce the third book in the BAD MOODS series.

This new adult activity book by Lotta Sonninen and Piia Aho focuses on the dark side of every workplace! Fill this book with your struggles with
open office space, infuriating clients and all the needless meetings. List the worst managers, the most frustrating tasks and the idiotic
organizational changes or policies. The perfect book for office rats and other invisible people behind the screen!

Ask for the English materials here.
DON’T FORGET: LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS FOR MOTHERS

The second title in the Bad Moods series deals with motherhood and has already been sold to the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany and United Kingdom.

This taboo-breaking adult activity book encourages all mothers to vent safely, continuing the cranky path of the international bestseller “The Little Book of Bad Moods”.
List the dumbest parenting advice you’ve been given, the most useless purchases, and reveal your biggest mistakes as a mother!

Ask for the full English pdf here.

All books in the series are written by Lotta Sonninen, with fun illustrations by Piia Aho.

 

 

RIGHTS SOLD: PUTIN’S TROLLS

FINLAND: Johnny Kniga (orig.)

ESTONIA:
Menu Meedia/Stratkom
LITHUANIA:
Briedis
POLAND:
Wydawnictwo Sine Qua Non

RIGHTS SOLD: THE LITTLE BOOK OF BAD MOODS

FINLAND: Otava (orig.)

BRAZIL: Globo Livros
CHINA: Citic Press
CROATIA: Stilus knjiga
CZECH: Euromedia
DENMARK: Modtryk
ESTONIA: Eesti Raamat
FRANCE: Le Livre de Poche
GERMANY: Droemer Knaur
HUNGARY: Partvonal
ICELAND: Forlagid
INDONESIA: Gramedia Pustaka Utama
ISRAEL: Kinneret-Zmora
ITALY: DeA Planeta Libri
JAPAN: President Sha
KOREA: The Wings of Thinking
LATVIA: Zvaigzne
LITHUANIA: Baltos Lankos
NETHERLANDS: A.W. Bruna
NORWAY: Vigmostad & Bjorke
POLAND: Zysk i S-ka
PORTUGAL: Planeta
RUSSIA: Bombora (Eksmo)
SERBIA: Vulkan
SLOVAKIA: Ikar
SPAIN: Plaza & Janés/PRH
SWEDEN: HarperCollins Nordic
TAIWAN: China Times
TURKEY: Pegasus
UKRAINE: Vivat Publishing
UK & COMMONWEALTH: Bloomsbury
UNITED STATES: Gallery Books/S&S

Jessikka Aro


Jessikka Aro is an award-winning reporter with Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company, specializing in Russia, extremism and information warfare. In 2014 and 2015, she published a series of articles on pro-Kremlin social media trolls and their influence outside of Russia’s borders. Due to her investigations, Jessikka became the target of a severe and still ongoing international propaganda and hate speech campaign, which she recounts in Putin’s Trolls.

In 2019, the US State Department awarded Jessikka the International Women of Courage Award, but the award was mysteriously rescinded by the Trump administration, allegedly due to her social media criticism of then President Trump. On December 1, 2020 Jessikka Aro received the International Women’s Media Foundation Courage in Journalism Award, presented in partnership with the Washington Post and hosted by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. Jessikka was recognized for her award-winning investigative reporting of Russian information warfare. Jessikka lives in Helsinki, Finland.

Lotta Sonninen


Lotta Sonninen works as an executive editor of nonfiction. She has also taught creative writing and translated many books into Finnish. She got the idea for The Little Book of Bad Moods when working on yet another book on positivity. She secretly thinks that bad moods are good for you.

Piia Aho


Piia Aho is a Helsinki-based graphic designer with a great love for book design. She always makes an effort to find the perfect visual tone for each book – whether it is toned down or crazy wild or anything in between. The little books of bad mood are her getaway from serious stuff.

Piia’s book designs have often been awarded in The Most Beautiful Books of the Year -competition. The nature book Finnish Nature that she designed with Venla Koski won the Most Beautiful Book of 2013 award.