Ali Seidabadi, our Persian editor for the 2015 collection, is traveling to the Uk in August attending Edinburgh International Book Festival. We are planning an event for him in London as well. It will be announced as soon as it is fixed.
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 […]
I recently received this lovely book ‘A Bird Like Himself’ from Tiny Owl Publishing, written and illustrated by Anahita Teymorian from Iran. It is a beautiful book and fantastic to see such amazing work flourishing in that part of the world. I would like to give it away to a library, so if you are […]
you can read and listen to this interview here, .
Very pleased to announce that Anahita Teymorian, the author and illustrator of two of our published books, and Ali Seidabadi, our Persian language editor, are invited to Edinburgh International Book Festival next August. We will update you by their news. For more information visit: https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/ Buy Anahita Teymorian books via here and here.
read the review here. Order The Little Black Fish online here.
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To watch BBC Persian’s report about The Little Black Fish click here For ordering this book click here
This is an unusual visual slant – literally – on a well-known Aesop’s fable, although the story itself is one that goes back much further and has many cultural variants around the world. Indeed the global nature of the story is reflected in the illustrative perspective Mahni Tazhibi uses. Bored with looking after his father’s […]
This translated Iranian folk tale is rather old fashioned in layout, with richly coloured illustration on one side of a double page and text set on an opposing white page. It’s a fable about Mr Koochi, an ordinary, hard working and eminently deserving mouse (very much like the voter all the parties were pitching for […]