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Watch out! Take care of Rats… and others

is the story of a group of timeless and placeless villagers who are attacked by rats. The army of rats chew out the orchards and plantations and destroy everything on their way. Their population is so huge that no matter how many of them are killed by humans they won’t surrender. As the story says, […]

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What If The Snowmen Don’t Melt? …

Sold: Germany Sold: Korea “Book of the Month” Selected by German Academy for Children’s Literature, May 2013 “I’m happy and honored that the present book has become a window through which I can interact with my young friends in Switzerland and can greet every single one of them whose love and kindness is not encircled […]

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Nim Man Boogh (Half Man Horn)

Bologna 2012 Selected Artwork Selected Book at White Ravens 2012 Selected Book at 16th Children & Young Adults Festival Tehran 2012 The Official Representative of one of the neighboring countries which was ruled by the King of Iran, came to the king to pay his annual taxes. He said I’ve a few questions which if […]

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12 Short Stories

Twelve Stories or Angels Have no Stories Lady is a collection of short stories selected among more than forty stories written by Seyyed Ali Shojaie during the last couple of years. Portrayed in an urban setting, the stories investigates human relations in any scale or of any sort trying to depict flaws of human relation […]

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20 Short Stories

This book is a collection of short stories written in a clear and concise style by an author with a strong commitment to his society. By using a thematic approach, he deals with the adolescent emotional and psychological world (their worries, e. g. loneliness, longing, joys, sorrows, moments of mourning, etc.) with great sensitivity. He […]

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Another Tempest is on its Way

6th Edition, Sold Over 17000 Copies The story begins when Zinat, a well-known dancer and prostitute, meets the man she has been expecting to see. This takes place finally after about ten years. But though she knows haji Amin from the past and is prepared to meet him, haji Amin is absolutely stunned in the […]

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Scorching Plains

Scorching Plain is the latest historical novel by Sadegh Karamyar. The story that dates back to the time when the British discovered oil in Khuzestan, southern part of Iran. In this story the author transforms a less-viewed aspect of Iran’s contemporary history into a novel that keeps the readers riveted as it progresses. The novel, […]

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The Spoil

The US invasion of Iraq and its correlation with the war, Iraq waged against Iran is the main theme of this successful novel by Sadegh Kramyar. It focuses on the relationship between Aslan; an Iranian man and a veteran of the Iran-Iraq war who is opposed to the US, and his son Peyman who disagrees […]

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Fellow Travellers

“Fellow-Travellers” is the story of people who appear to be gradually becoming part of history while their generation is about to be wiped out. People who have not succumbed to requirements of the time such as opportunism and attainment to mass production at the expense of losing quality and … attempting to retain their correct […]

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Democracy or DemoCrazy

Seyyed Mehdi Shojaie’s political satire, Democracy or DemoCrazy was written between the years 2002 and 2007. The book managed to receive the publishing permit from the ministry of Culture in the year 2008, but as a result of the unstable political situation at that time, the author voluntarily suspended the release of the book. The […]

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