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The Mother

28 Pages
Age Group:6+
Author:Iraj Mirza
Illustrator:Hadadi, Hoda
Publisher:Mirmah Co.
Abstract:Is a famous Persian poem by Iraj Mirza, 1874-1926
This short poem is a beautiful description of what a mother do to raise a child.

The Nokhodi Short Stories

141 Pages
Illustrator:Keyvan Akbari
Publisher:History of Children’s Literature in Iran
Writer:Mohammadi, Mohammad Hadi
Abstract:The Adventures of Nokhodi is an innovated, modern world of fantasy that has its roots in the magical literary heritage of Iran. The humorous story of thumb sized Nokhodi who is a prototype character, has also been portrayed in humorous illustrations. Here Nokhodi symbolizes the child and childish behavior: energetic, curious, fearless and playful who is understood by children and misunderstood by adults.
This rascal Nokhodi together with other Nokhodis lived on a small planet the size of a watermelon. During the day while moving around, they did their best not to bump into each other. But during the night it was something else ...

The Nutcracker

15 Pages
Age Group:9+
Author:Ernest Haffman
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Lisbeth Zwerger
Publisher:Koodakan Publishing House, Iran
Translator:Bahar Eshragh
Abstract:The Nutcracker is the story of a king and a nutcracker written in the nineteenth century. This fantasy story is about the life of a girl named Marie.

The Onion’s Legend

28 Pages
Age Group:6+
Author:Narsis Emani
Illustrator:Goldouzian, Alireza
Publisher:Houpaa Books
Rights Sold:Turkish
Abstract:A vicious witch becomes madly envious over the beauty of the Princess Onion and tries to vanish her from the ground by offering her a poisonous apple. With the help of flowers and plants, she pops out and rolls toward the places kitchen where she feels a bit free while the chef chops her into pieces…

The Orange Girl

32 Pages
Age Group:6+
Author:Shabani, Asad-allah
Publisher:TUTI Books
Abstract:The king’s son has become big and strong and nobody is a match to him in horse riding and archery. But when he shoots and breaks an old woman’s oil bottle, she says to him: “I will not curse you since you’re the only child of the king, but I hope you fall in love with the Orange girl!” You may say “That’s a good thing! The prince is lucky!” but… They say that the Orange girl lives beyond the mountains in the magic land… Anyone that has gone there never returned…

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