Seven Horses, Seven Colors is the story of a handicapped
girl who spends most of her time in her bed. Her life could be cold and quiet; however, she creates a new world with her imagination. A world in which there are some horses.
One of them looks like her. He is motionless, colorless, and
different from other horses, whereas colorful ones wander indifferent places and think variously. So, they help the colorless horse to experience new things. And finally, as he returns to the girl’s room, the girl’s life meaning changes.
The story of Simorghan (thirty birds) and the seven cities of loveMantiq al-Tair is one of the most eminent and attractive stories in Iranian mystical literature, written by Attar Neyshabouri, the great mystic of the sixth century
40 Pages 978-964-318-901-3
NordSüd, Fatemi Pub
Once upon a time six men searched for a place where they could live and work in peace. At last they found the land they longed for. But for how long could they keep their new land peaceful? In this surprising book, David McKee explores the causes of war in a story even young children can understand.
On nights when you can’t fall asleep;
just start to count my sleeper sheep!
Drifting off by counting scores,
the playful sheep will all be yours!
May you have a great night’s sleep;
take good care of my sleeper sheep!