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Granny, you're getting smaller!

64 Pages
978-600-6729-07-7
Age Group:8+
Author:Inka Pabst
Illustrator:Zaeri, Mehrdad
Language:Farsi
Publisher:Koodakan Publishing House, Iran
Translator:Ali Abdollahi
Abstract:Inka Pabst wrote a little story about saying goodbye, which goes to the heart and that you really want to pass on.



Gypsy's Songs

21*28
32 Pages
978-600-93827-5-0
Illustrator:Tavakoli, Haleh
Publisher:History of Children’s Literature in Iran
Writer:Mohammadi, Mohammad Hadi
Abstract:Gypsies or travelers left India in eleventh century AD., migrating west to Iran and the Arabian peninsula.
They developed a reputation for nomadic life style and a highly insular culture. Much of what is known about the culture comes through stories told by singers and oral histories .
They have passed these songs down the generations considering the four essential elements in nature ...



Hector
Illustrator:Zaeri, Mehrdad
Publisher:Piper Publishing House, Germany,  Odile Publishing House, France



Heidi

50 Pages
978-600-92104-4-2
Age Group:6+
Author:Stamm, Peter
Copy Right:Farsi
Grant:Prohelvetia
Illustrator:Binder, Hannes
Language:German
Publisher:Atlantis,  Koodakan Publishing House, Iran
Translator:HasanzadehPashang, Soheila



Hush no Hush

16.5*23
32 Pages
978-964-6645-47-9
Illustrator:Taheri, Lida
Publisher:Tuka, Iran
Translator:Eshragh, Bahar
Writer:Anvari, Sahar
Abstract:Hisgo had recently moved to the new quarter. Nobody knew him. He always changed his house and went to the other districts.
Every day he sat on a stool before his house and looked at the children who were playing.

One day he came out of the house with the stool in his hand. A few children were playing there. He looked at their beautiful little hands. He stared at his hands as usual and again his heart ached with pain. He remembered the worst day in his life:
When he was a child he was living with an old wizard. The old wizard decided to teach him the witchery and malicious lessons. But Hisgo was careless about learning the sorcery lessons. Although he was the witch’s child and loved maliciousness, he just set his heart on thumb sucking. Whenever someone saw him he was sucking his thumb. He loved doing so more than any other job. One day the old wizard got angry and cried out when he saw Hisgo didn’t concentrate on his lesson; because the witches and wizards dislike seeing their children who are constantly sucking their thumb as well.
“You put your thumb in your mouth again! You do not pay attention to my words, you will hear about this later” the old wizard said. In the blink of an eye he recited a spell and bewitched Hisgo’s thumb.
From then on whenever Hisgo was sucking his thumb, it was getting little and little. When he was looking at his thumb, he grieved about it until his thumb disappeared. He no longer had thumb in his hand. So he decided to take revenge on old wizard and took it to his heart until he grew up , and one day …

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