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The Boxer

27x22
32 Pages
978-964-318-958-7
Age Group:6+
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Mousavi, Hasan
Language:Farsi
Publisher:Fatemi Pub
Writer:Mousavi, Hasan
Abstract:The Boxer demonstrates the contradiction of kindness and wrath, while reminding us of the importance of control of anger. Having powerful arms to box with might be fine, as long as that power is used for helping hands and good deeds. The Boxer has a place in people’s hearts corresponding to the amount of his kindness that they remember. In the end, the boxer entrusts his precious keepsake to a child who will build the world of the future. He teaches this eager child to think carefully about his goals and intentions. The relationship of humans and nature, respecting the natural environment instead of destroying it, a message of friendship with nature, and being aware of threats to nature are the overall themes in this book.



The Boy Looks into the Sea and Sighs

24 Pages
978-964-337-611-6
Illustrator:Goldouzian, Alireza
Publisher:Neyestan, Iran
Writer:Ahmadi, Ahmad Reza
Abstract:This story takes place in a misty early morning in a beach. The fishermen working at the beach suddenly notice that there comes out of the sea a young boy with deep blue eyes..
They see how this young boy receives whatever he asks for, from the sea by just looking into it…



The brilliant world of Tom Gates -Tom Gates 1

258 Pages
978-600-8025-55-9
Age Group:9+
Author:Pichon, Liz
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Pichon, Liz
Language:English
Prize: Roald Dahl Funny Prize
Publisher:scholastic,  Houpaa
Theme:Fun
Translator:Rajabi, Behrang
Abstract:“When my teacher, Mr Fullerman, doesn’t have his BEADY EYES on me, I like to draw pictures and write stories about stuff – like when we had the worst holiday ever (camping sucks), and when my parents came to school for parents’ evening (groan), and about how Marcus Meldrew is the most annoying boy in the world and how I don’t want to sit next to him in class. All I want to do is get tickets to see the best band ever, DUDE3, when they come to town. It’s not easy when I’m up against Delia, my weirdo big sister, and all my plans seem to get me into MAJOR TROUBLE.”
Tom Gates is a master of excuses, expert doodler, comic story writer extraordinaire – and the bane of his grumpy teacher Mr Fullerman’s life. And in his wacky journal of scribbles and silliness, you’ll find all sorts of comic craziness to make you groan with glee! Will Tom ever manage to get his homework in on time, avoid the rage of his teacher – AND impress Amy Porter, who sits next to him? Warning! Do not attempt to read this in public. You will snigger loudly!



The Champion & The Elephant

21*28
28 Pages
978-964-337-552-2
Illustrator:Jamshidi, Farhad
Publisher:Neyestan, Iran
Writer:Shojaei, Seyed Mehdi
Abstract:This is a story from ancient Iran ; tales of the braveries, courage, heroism and loyalty …
In this story there is a well- known champion whom everybody likes and respects, they like him not out of fear but because of his kindness , his devotion and his friendliness towards his people..
One day he has been invited to battle against an elephant, he refuses at first but he is forced to do it, in the end you find friendship between the two of them…
The paintings which accompany these stories are in old Persian Tea House Style.



The Chinese Decameron
Illustrator:Zaeri, Mehrdad
Publisher:Buechergilde Publishing House, Germany

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