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Three Fairies and the Moon

22*22
16 Pages
978-964-300-510-8
Illustrator:Mahmoodi, Golnaz
Publisher:Shokoofeh Books,Amirkabir, Iran
Writer:Keshavarzi Azad, Marjan
Abstract:Once upon a time, three little fairies lived on three stars, near the moon.
The three fairies came down on earth early in the mornings to help anyone who needed their help.
Then at night time, they went to the moon and told him about their good deeds.
And the moon allowed the one who had done the best and greatest job of all to sleep on his lap and swing there.
One night, the three fairies sat beside the moon; to tell him about the good jobs they had done that day. But no matter how long the moon waited, none of them said a word. The moon said; Well, tell me something!
Have they down some good jobs on that day , will they be able to sleep on the Moon's lap?



Tom Gates is absolutely fantastic (at some things)-Tom gates 5

271 Pages
978-600-8025-61-0
Age Group:9+
Author:Pichon, Liz
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Pichon, Liz
Language:English
Publisher:Houpaa,  scholastic
Theme:Fun
Translator:Rajabi, Behrang
Abstract:This takes the form of Tom's battered homework diary - crammed with his doodles and stories. Exciting News! Mr Fullerman announces that class 5F are going on an 'Activity Break'! Which should be fun. As long as I don't get stuck in a group with anyone who snores or worse still with . . . . . . Marcus Meldrew. Delia is already threatening to paint my room funny colours while I'm away. Which is annoying. I just hope the only surprise I have when I get home is the new pet that I hear Mum and Dad talking about. Because I've always wanted a pet!



Uncle New Year
Illustrator:Mesghali, Farshid
Publisher:Kanoon Parvaresh, Iran
Rewritten:Fardjam, Farideh
Abstract:There is a folk story which considers winter as an old lady who has woven her hair into forty plaits as white as snow. Whenever she dusts her home or combs her hair, it snows. She is always waiting to see Amoo Norooz, but she can not. Now you know that she dozes off before he arrives.

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Unheard Advices

50 Pages
978-600-6729-04-6
Age Group:9+
Author:Tamer, Zakaria
Copy Right:Farsi
Language:Arabic
Publisher:Alhadaek,  Koodakan Publishing House, Iran
Translator:Emami, Gholamreza



Watch out! Take care of Rat... and others

30 Pages
978-964-337-781-6
Age Group:5+
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Abbasi, Nazanin
Publisher:Neyestan, Iran
Writer:Shojaei, Seyed Ali
Abstract:Watch out! Take care of Rats… and others is the story of a group of timeless and placeless villagers who are attacked by rats. The army of rats chew out the orchards and
plantations and destroy everything on their way. Their population is so huge that no matter how many of them are killed by humans they won’t surrender. As the story says,
even a mountain of mousetrap cannot defeat them.
Tired of and fed up with the rats’ attack, people come together to discuss the disaster. The chief of the village suggests asking the cats who were the biggest enemy of rats to
help them in this dispute. People convene another meeting to recruit the biggest and the most powerful army of cats.
Everything goes well at the beginning. The cats deliver hundred dead rats every day at the village center. Gradually, the number of delivered rats shrinks. When people go to
the commander of the cat army to ask the reason, the commander says: we cannot limit ourselves to just eating rats. We need meat, milk, chicken and some bread in our diet.
Having no other option, the villagers agree to provide meat, milk, chicken and bread for the cats. Despite their new agreement, the number of delivered rats still declines day
by day.
The villagers who are desperate by this point decide to investigate the problem by sending a secret agent to where the cats spend their time. Surprisingly, they fifind out that
a huge feast goes one every night outside the village. The cats eat the meat, milk, chicken and bread the villagers provide for them and the rats on the other side eat from
villagers’ supply of wheat.
Angry and astonished, the villagers go to the head of the village chief to tell him of the deal with the cats and rats when they astonishingly fifind out about another deal: the
commander of cats delivers meat, milk, chicken and bread to the village chief…

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