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The Illiterate Mr. Mouse’s Letters

28*22
978-964-08-2059-9
Author:Sepideh Khalili
Illustrator:Hamideh Khosravian
Publisher:Madreseh publishing
Abstract:Mr. mouse doesn’t know how to read and write. Once he was walking in the forest, he encounters Ms. Mouse. The illiterate mouse decides to console her by writing a letter after eating a piece of her book! Because he could not read or write, he turned to other animals to write letters. They edited the text of the letter according to their wishes and living conditions until the illiterate mouse realized and made a decision.



The Journey of the Apple

24
Publisher:Fasle Panjom, Iran
Writer:Almasi, Mehdi
Abstract:A ballad that tells the tale of mystical growth through the stages an apple seed is turned into an apple.



The King and the Moon

28*22
978-964-08-2086-5
Age Group:8+
Author:Parvin Panahi
Illustrator:Pedram Kazerouni
Publisher:Madreseh publishing
Abstract:The King and the Moon is the story of a king who is afraid of the moon; Because his palace is by the sea and at every tide he worries that the water will take away his glorious palace. The soldiers said, Sir, isn't it better to take our palace a little further back? The king got angry and answered: Why should we? Who has ever heard a king retreat? The sea must retreat.” The soldiers replied: It is not the fault of the sea! The moon is responsible for this event!” So, the king looked for various ways to get rid of the moon!



The Last Song of the Scarecrow

24
20 Pages
964-300-381-7
Illustrator:Maktabi, Reza
Publisher:Shokoofeh Books,Amirkabir, Iran
Writer:Akrami, Jamaleddin
Abstract:The story teaches children not to judge someone based on their looks. That's what a small robin found out when the ugly scarecrow gave her a warm place to rest when she was all alone. She then told this to other birds. The ugly scarecrow wasn't that scary after all!



The Legend of the Palm Tree and the Goat

16.5*23
40 Pages
978-600-93827-4-3
Illustrator:Amekan, Ali
Publisher:History of Children’s Literature in Iran
Rewritten:Mohammadi, Mohammad Hadi
Abstract:This book retells the ancient story of the Asurik Tree. The oldest Iranian children’s literature text, the Asurik Tree can be traced back to 2,500 years ago and is a debate between a goat and a palm tree about which has the greatest benefits.

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