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Bernard
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
Abstract:Bernard was not a ship
It was just a newspaper
I bought it from a newsstand.
You know, I bought it because,
Because it caught my eyes.
I read it all
And then, I hung it as a cheap curtain
On the window pane
Once, when I was alone
I decided to make a paper ship out of it
I made it of course, and called it Bernard
Then I felt it was too dear to me,
My everything.


Cymbelina by Sheakspear
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
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Mr. God
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
Abstract:Mr. GOD took the last sip of his coffee and gazed off into the abyss.
He was tired of the chattering of the crows.
It was then that he decided to create something new, and so, he took out his notebook . . .
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My moon, Our moon
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Shinseken, Japan
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Sami's Fear of Night
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Alvita, Tiwan
Writer:Teymoorian, Anahita
Abstract:The little Saam was frightened of loneliness and he couldn't help fearing when he wanted to sleep. So at the bedtime his father always told him a story.
The story of kings and queens, angels, crows and dolls, some short and long tales and also the fairy tales.
Once his father realized that he had no more story to tell to his little son. Then he referred to his own childhood and began to tell his own experiences in the form of story !
He said that his mother was also his storyteller. She used to tell him the stories over the night.
But the real story began the time when he was alone and had to sleep!
The father like the son ( little Saam ) had a phobia and that was fear of the monsters. The monsters appeared just after his mom had gone.
Every night a huge monster came to his room and made him to hide.
The hide-and-seek was the every night job for both of them; Him and the monster! He could only sleep when the night ended and the sun appeared.
Till one night, a horrible thing happened! They were without power and there was no light at all, she was alone, and he should do something himself!
He went to kitchen to find a candle. He took the candle and brought it to his room. All of a sudden he saw something strange and frightening. He stood there paralyzed with fear. In the corner of his room was the biggest monster standing there. He had never seen such a monster before.
He intended to run away and he did so. To his surprise the monster did the same thing. In fact, the monster made all the movements that he made. Gradually, he found out that the monster was imitating him.
The father realized that the monster was calm and kind like himself and had no harm. So he went closer, and closer till he observed the monster was the same size of him. All the time he was wrong and the monster was not anything but his own shadow!
He was so glad that finally could find out the irrelevant reason of his fear. And also he was so happy to learn something new. He thought that an unknown phenomena could always cause fear.
From that night he enjoyed the nights. There was no monster at all to scare of.
At the very end of the story, Saam went asleep but his father stayed awake late that night and again afraid of the same imaginary monster!
Probably Saam was braver than his father!!!
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Sara's Doll
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
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Shahrzad's; The story Teller
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
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The 24 holy prophets
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
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The Circus
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Unpublished
Abstract:The Circus
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The Crow & The Fox
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Katha, India
Abstract:
It was a hot summer day and one of the crows had separated himself
from the others hoping to find something to eat because he was ravenous.
He found a piece of fresh cheese in the town at the edge of a small fountain. He snatched the cheese up with his beak and flew away.
The crow searched everywhere for a quiet, safe place to eat his cheese....
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The Kid of All
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Bohem Press
Writer:Teymoorian, Anahita
Abstract:Also in German, Italian and French
One day when the jungle was safe and sound
Some thing happened so quickly, some thing round!
Then it rolled and it cracked with a stunning sound
There were no kind of birds nesting near and around
So no body knew what they really had found
How should they raise him like this or like that?
They named him the kid, the kid of all
They loved him and loved him, they ran when he called until...
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The Kouchi Mouse
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Abstract:The poor mouse didn’t have any companion, and this annoyed him so much. One night he dreamed that he has married with king of mice’s daughter. In his dream they had a happy life with each other. After waking up, he went toward king’s palace. There he proposed to the King to marry the princess, the King happily accepted. But when the princess came out of her room, the mouse found out that why the King had accepted to marry his daughter so easily. She wasn’t like the Princess in the stories; actually she was so ugly that nobody would have married her. But she was so kind …..
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The Moon and The Fox
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
Publisher:Green Cat 2010, Japan,  Cotton Tree Publishing House 2010,  Kanoon Parvaresh, Iran
Abstract:The fox loves the moon very much. One night the little fox takes the moon from the sky and put it into its den. The moon is silent and just shines. The little fox tries to cheer the moon up, but it fails. Gradually the moon gets bigger and bigger, in the it grows too big to fit in the den.
Finally the little fox gets to know that by putting back the moon up in the sky, it will be more happy. Therefore he waits for the moon to get smaller and smaller and then when it is small enough, he takes it back.
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There is enough space for Every One
Illustrator:Teymoorian, Anahita
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