In 2009 Fremantle Press had one of its most successful years on record for titles sold into foreign territories.

Ambelin Kwaymullina is one of just 25 Australian illustrators whose work will be exhibited by the Australian Publishers’ Association at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair in March 2010.

Five Fremantle Press picture books will feature in story time segments on national television in 2010.

Fremantle Press returned to the Frankfurt International Book Fair in October for four days packed with networking and selling rights to international buyers.

A documentary based on The Last Whale by Chris Pash will feature never before seen footage from the 1970s.

Miles Franklin Award winner Kim Scott will commence a book tour of Germany in October 2009.

The North American version of In Ecstasy by Kate McCaffrey was nominated for the 2010 American YALSA Quick Picks list for YA Reluctant Readers.

Cyberbullying is as much of a problem in Hungary as it is in Australia according to Fremantle Press Rights Manager, Clive Newman.

The Association for the Blind of WA will make its first commercial foray into audio book publication using Fremantle Press books.

Destroying Avalon, the first Australian novel to tackle the cyber-bullying phenomenon, is one step closer to becoming a film.

Readers in South Korea and Italy will soon be able to enjoy the work of Indigenous authors Sally Morgan, Tjalaminu Mia and Blaze Kwaymullina, among others.