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The Legend of the Young Archer

29 Pages
978-600-01-0888-5
Age Group:8+
Author:Hamidreza Shahabadi
Illustrator:Nooshin Safakhoo
Publisher:Kanoon publishing
Translator:Mahmood Mohaqeq
Abstract:There is an annual arrow shooting contest in which the winner is awarded a precious golden ball. Rad tends to compete with Toofan who is the top-winner for years. An old man called Naseem (Breeze), the great master of archery teaches him how to shoot. But, before participating in any archery exercises, he must learn three main lessons. Turning to a master in archery, on the day of the great archery competition, something eccentric happens.



The Little Black Fish

48 Pages
9786001520327
Age Group:12+
Author:Behrngi, Samad
Illustrator:Mesghali, Farshid
Publisher:Nazar, Iran
Rights Sold:Turkish,  English,  Greek
Abstract:The story is told through the voice of an old fish speaking to her 12,000 children and grandchildren. She describes the journey of a small black fish who leaves the safety of the local stream to venture into the world.



The Little Elephant

29*22
28 Pages
978-622-6986-34-2
Age Group:6+
Author:Mohammad Hadi Mohammadi
Illustrator:Solmaz Joshaghani
Publisher:History of Children’s Literature in Iran
Abstract:Seeing the birds in the sky, the little elephant always loved to have wings in a way that he thought his big ears were wings and mistakenly grew on his head! So he asks the giraffe for help. Eventually, the tailor monkey gives him a hand! He cuts off his ears and sews them on his back! But, does it work? Of course, something was wrong.



The Millstone

22*22
24 Pages
978-600-6729-02-2
Age Group:+7
Author:Saberi, Babak
Illustrator:Hassan Amehkan
Publisher:Koodakan Publishing House, Iran
Abstract:A quail went to the mill and said: “O’ millstone, would you please cut the corn kernels into small pieces? The chicks cannot eat the big ones!”
“sure”; The millstone replied. The quail filled her bag with small pieces of corn kernels and left.
Henna-feather hen said: “O’ millstone, my feathers became pale. Please grind the henna leaves for me if it is possible. I want to dye them to have brightly colored feathers.”



The Moon and the Fox

22*22
28 Pages
964-432-764-0
Age Group:5+
Author:Teymoorian, Anahita
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Kanoon publishing
Rights Sold:Japanese,  Italian,  Complex Chinese,  Chinese (Simplified)
Abstract:The little fox loves the moon very much. One night the fox takes the moon from the sky and puts it into its den. The moon is silent and just shines. Thinking it is sad, the little fox tries to cheer it up but fails. Gradually, the moon gets bigger, and in the end it grows too big to fit in the den. Finally, the little fox discovers how to make it happy.

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