“Auntie Oldie” is an Old Iranian folktale that advocates one of the pillars of the Iranian culture, namely hospitality. This story helps children to understand the importance of being kind and hospitable to others, especially in times of need.
Believe Me, I’m not an Egret!
22*22 28 Pages 978-622-6630-60-30
This story is a recreation of a fable originally written in “Kalila and Demna”, an ancient book with Indian roots. In the original story, an old egret tricks the fish into thinking that they are being taken to a safe lake, but they are in fact becoming theses the remaining fish bones while riding on his back. He then returns and informs egret’s food. Until one day, the crab also asks the egret to take him to the lake and the others. Children to think about and question what they hear.
There are four stories in this book based on CHAHAR MAQALA written by NIZAMI AROOZI SAMARQANDI (a Persian Poet and prose writer who flourished between 1110 and 1161 AD. He is particularly famous for his Chahar Maqala (Four Discourses.
Cricket, Why Do You Sing?
21*21 24 Pages 978-965-3188-36-8
It shows the similarities in their feelings while encountering different situation!.
This gentle, entertaining picture book takes on a universal topic and is appealing to readers young and old !