Martha and Charlotte go to Indonesia

November 21, 2013 @ 8:36 pm | Filed under: ,

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I recently learned that an Indonesian publisher has purchased the reprint rights for my Martha and Charlotte books. The first two books in each series came out in 2011, and the rest of them are coming out this year, is my understanding. So much fun to see one’s work in a new language!


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  1. selvi says:

    Absolute coolness! My father is Malaysian, and as you may know the national languages are very closely related. Unfortunately I don’t speak it.

  2. Kate says:

    How exciting! I’m reading through the Martha books with my nine year old daughter, and she just loves them.

  3. sarah says:

    Your international! How exciting!

  4. Penny says:

    Awesome! Martha and Charlotte are two of my favorite people – glad to see they are getting some world wide appreciation. 🙂

  5. lesley austin says:

    Gosh…wonderful to take this in!

  6. kimberlee says:

    Well, now that’s an interesting twist! I don’t think I’ve ever been envious of Indonesians before, but there you go – they can just go and buy a new copies of your books! (I did read the sample Charlotte paragraph aloud in my best Indonesian for the great amusement of my family.)