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The Phoenix of Persia is a striking and whimsical story

Children’s book blogger Mamma Filz featured The Phoenix of Persia in her Fathers’ Day picture book gift list!

Welcome to my latest blog post. I’m sharing picture books that could make wonderful gifts for Father’s Day or perhaps you just want to spoil a significant male in your life. I hope my piece represents the many different hobbies and passions significant one may have. Let’s begin with some picture books featuring interesting dad characters first.

The Phoenix of Persia is based on a story from the Shahnameh written by Iranian poet Ferdowsi in the 10th century. The book will be greatly received by someone who enjoys firebird folklore and fairytales. Complete with striking, whimsical illustrations the story is centered around a king who is waiting for the arrival of his son. When born it is discovered that the child has white hair and is banished to the forest. The story shared is a mythical tale highlighting the importance of family, questions the meaning of wise and explores how to forgive. As well as enjoying the book together by using the QR code within the book readers can also enjoy music telling the story. Information about the instruments used in the music piece are explored at the back of the book. A brilliant accompaniment telling the story in a unique way.

I do hope you’ve enjoyed my recommendations, I have certainly enjoyed compiling this piece.

Until next time, happy reading.

Her other recommendations were: The Way to Treasure Island by Lizzy Stewart, Party For Dads by Adam and Charlotte Guillain and illustrated by Ada Grey, Raj and the best holiday ever by Seb Braun, Plant, Sow, Make and Grow by Esther Good, Fast Forward The World’s Most Famous Race Tracks and Race Cars by Adam Skinner and illustrated by James Gilleard, Super Scientists – 40 inspiring icons. by Anne Blanchard and illustrated by Tino, Planet Fashion by Natasha Slee and illustrated by Cynthia Kittler, Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines by Pascale Hedelin and illustrated by Lou Rihn, and The Lost Book of Adventure from the notebooks of the unknown adventurer.

  • Read an interview with the author: Stories are every child’s heritage – Sally Pomme Clayton
  • Listen: Exploring the Shahnameh with a classics expert!
  • Meet the illustrator of The Phoenix of Persia!
  • Read a review by Parents in Touch: The Phoenix of Persia is a boon for teachers!

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