Philip Osbourne and Universal Publisher & Distributor sign an exclusive 10-year agreement that will bring the books for kids of the author of “Diary of a Nerd” to over 20 countries in the Middle East and MENA
Philip Osbourne, following the success of “Diary of a Nerd” in the Arab Markets, has signed an agreement with Universal Publisher & Distributor to publish his entire catalog in the ARABIAN COUNTRIES: Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia – Arab Emirates -Sultanate Of Oman – Qatar -Bahrain – Kuwait- Lebanon -Jordan -Palestine -Syria – Iraq -United Egypt -Libya -Tunisia – Algeria – Morocco -Sudan and MENA countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
The agreement will bring works such as “Diary of a Nerd”, “Jurassik Diaries”, “Space Diaries” and the upcoming “King Tut” to all Arab countries and North Africa.
“We have reached an important and very articulate agreement,” explains Philip Osbourne, “I am very proud to see my books in countries of the Middle East and in the Mena territories. This fills me with joy because I love seeing my characters adapt to different cultures. I love to think that laughter can be the universal language, the language that can bring everyone together. I am happy because I will see my works published on all continents. I was very tempted by the publisher’s proposal and I hope to organize promotional events in all the countries that welcome me. I’m going to fulfill a great desire of mine: to launch the new book series “King, Tutankamon is back” in Egypt, since the story of the little protagonist begins there, before moving to New York.”