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I Ran & Ran

20 Pages
Age Group:3+
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Hassan Amehkan
Publisher:History of Children’s Literature in Iran
Rewritten:Mohammadi, Mohammad Hadi
Abstract:Rewriting of a Folklore Song

If I Become a Mayor ...

42 Pages
Age Group:8+
Copy Right:Taiwanese,  Korean,  Farsi,  Italian
Illustrator:Kheiriyeh, Rashin
Publisher:Yeowon Media Korean,  Mobtakeran, Iran
Text:Darwiche, Jihad
Translator:Mazloumi, Siamak
Abstract:Is there a city where all the citizens can live a decent life
Through the eyes of a young girl, readers think about local autonomy and problems with the right to eat. Can a city be formed where no one will go hungry?

I'll Sow My Hands in the Garden

40 Pages
Age Group:12+
Author:Forough Farrokhzad
Illustrator:Hadadi, Hoda
Prize:Selected for the White Ravens's 2020
Publisher:Mirmah Co.
Abstract:Forough is one of the effulgent Iranian contemporary poets to whom part of the spirit and stream of the Persian free verse is indebted.
Forough’s poetry is profound, critical and multifaceted. Forough was never a poet for children, but one can find tokens of tendency towards narratives with child-like tone and timbre in some poems of hers.

Inspector Cito.

Age Group:9+
Author:Iturbe, Antonio G
Copy Right:Farsi
Illustrator:Omist, Alex
Publisher:Edebe,  Houpaa Books
Translator:Eskandari, Reza
Abstract:Famous worldwide for his ingenuity and his fondness for potato omelette, Inspector Cito works in the Department of Strange Cases, Mysterious and Superdificient. New cases claim their skills as a good investigator in the company of their Chinese assistant, Sergeant Chin Mi Edo. Between case and case, they enjoy a good appetite in their favorite bar, the Crazy Loro.

It Was White, a Lonely White

24 Pages
Age Group:8+
Author:Mostafa Rahmandoust
Illustrator:Maryam Hasani
Publisher:Neyestan Books
Rights Sold:Turkish
Abstract:At first glance, this concept is a color that imagines a strange life for itself. He seeks to blossom the cocoon of loneliness and finally feels alone that to get rid of loneliness and get acquainted with new colors, he must give in to the separation of parts of his being. In this work, the author pays attention to the fact that the colorful gems in the existence of every human being, if believed by him, will ignite and manifest themselves. Getting rid of the existing cocoon and moving towards the possible, which is sometimes a human desire, will be possible only by freeing oneself and giving oneself to the other, both of which are the same thing; But switching from one to another is a difficult task that is simply not possible.

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