From Publishers Lunch:
Children's: Middle grade
Author of BEA 2013 Middle Grade Buzz Panel title Magic Marks the Spot Caroline Carlson's THE WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE, about a city with more sleuths than crimes to be solved, and a boy who enters his hapless uncle for the World's Greatest Detective competition in hope of avoiding being sent to an orphanage, only to discover his own knack for investigation when the contest host turns up dead, to Toni Markiet at Harper Children's, for publication in Winter 2017 and a second book in Winter 2018.
Children's: Young Adult
NYU Musical Theater Writing MFA Heidi Heilig's debut THE GIRL FROM EVERYWHERE, in which a 16-year-old, whose father uses vintage maps to time-travel the world, must determine whether to journey with him to 1868 Honolulu to save her mother's life, knowing that changing history risks her very existence, to Martha Mihalick at Greenwillow, in a pre-empt, in a three-book deal, for publication in Winter 2016.
To be honest, I'm FAR more intrigued by the middle grade title. MORE SLEUTHS THAN CRIMES! A MURDER AT THE WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE COMPETITION! Lots of potential hilarity there.