Foreign Rights Section
Welcome to the Foreign Rights section.
Edizioni Sonda was founded in 1988 and for 26 years it has published more
than 600 volumes and 6 magazines, it has issued CD-ROMs and e-books, it
has created dedicated websites and organized exhibitions and cultural
Sonda’s publications and initiatives have an intercultural focus and they show the will to present different viewpoints to encourage communication between different cultures, both on national and international level.
Sonda’s offer for children consists of realistic and exciting stories, usually set in specific social contexts, which can raise children’s awareness and inspire them to change the reality.
Edizioni Sonda promotes a special sensitivity towards animals and it encourages a special communication with them: it has developed Europe’s most extensive and consistent publishing project, which aims at affirming animal rights and promoting veganism and the vegan culture (with essays about animalism and vegan cookbooks).
Sonda publishes essays and handbooks on hot social topics, which often prove to be controversial and raise a lot of discussion: from gay families to the value of homework; from molester’s mentality to children’s rights; from companies’ environmental responsibilities to emotional education; from the importance to develop your own talent to the ecological strategies for a better world.
Edizioni Sonda has translated works from German publishers (Arena Verlag, Beltz & Gelberg, Thienemann), French publishers (Larousse, Flammarion), Canadian publishers (Groupe Homme, Guy Saint-Jean éditeur), British publishers (Andersen Press, Chicken House), American publishers (Da Capo/Perseus Group, Oxford University Press, Lantern Books, North Atlantic Books), Swedish publishers (Bonnier Carlsen), as well as international literary agencies (Andrew Nurnberg Associates, Rights People, Andy Ross).
Among Sonda’s most successful titles: the Bilingual Dictionaries Cat/Italian, Dog/Italian and Horse/Italian; the children series Warrior Cats & Maga Martina (Lilli The Witch).
Foreign Rights Manager
Maria Teresa Sirna
Ph. +39 0142 461516
Fax +39 0142 461523