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Photo of the day

Photo of the day

Very pleased to see our books on the Foyles’ prominent display at Waterloo Station, London. Thank you for the appreciation the value of the cultural depth as well as some other independent bookstores around the country.

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Pippa Goodhart, Our English editor for 2015 collection

Pippa Goodhart, Our English editor for 2015 collection

Our English editor Pippa Goodhart is the author of over eighty children’s books, including prize-winning picture book You Choose, and the Winnie the Witch storybooks which she writes under the pen name of Laura Owen. For more information: www.pippagoodhart.co.uk She trained as a teacher, and worked for many years in bookselling before becoming and mother […]

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The Great Rumi belongs to the world

The great poet Rumi (Molavi) is known by the Iranians as an Iranian and by the Turks as a Turk, each having their own reasons. Iranians say he was born in Iran and wrote all of his works in Persian. Turks say that his tomb is in Turkey and his descendants and heirs live in […]

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New releases

New releases

  Pleased for the new books’ start of distribution. Alive Again, written by: Ahmadreza Ahmadi and illustrated by: Nazanin Kazemi, and Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird, written and illustrated by: Parviz Kalantari. Will write about the books and their great authors and illustrators soon. Buy Alive Again here. Buy Tahmineh’s Beautiful Bird Here.

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Anahita Teymorian to be in The UK in August

Very pleased to announce that Anahita Teymourian, the author and illustrator of A Bird Like Himself and The Clever Mouse is traveling to the UK to attend Edinburgh International Book Festival in August. She will have several workshops for children and those interested. We are planning a workshop in London as well, which will be announced […]

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Creation of a cultural bridge

Azita Rassi, the translator of our first eight books, had recently been interviewed by Shahrvand magazine (link) in Persian. Below you will find the English translation of her interview.  Let us start our conversation with The Little Black Fish, a book by Samad Behrangi with which several generations of Iranian families have grown up. I […]

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