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I Found My White Rabbit in the Spring

Posted on August 25, 2014 in Persian Books

Spring: The little girl wears the blossom dress in the spring. She loses her dress between the blossom but she sees her white rabbit is coming to her.

Summer: The little girl wears her green shoes in the summer. But her green shoes join the green summer. In the summer that blossoms change into fruits she finds her blossom dress between the green trees.

Autumn: The little girl has a yellow canary. In the fall the canary escapes and hides between yellow leaves. But she finds her green shoes between the yellow leaves.

Winter: The little girl has a white rabbit. In the winter when snow falls, the white rabbit is lost in the white winter. But little girl finds her yellow canary, then she lets her free and tells her to go anywhere she likes.

Spring: Spring comes back and the little girl wears her blossom dress and runs toward outside. She finds her little white rabbit in the green spring and lets her free.

The Champion and The Elephant

Posted on August 25, 2014 in Persian Books

The paintings which accompany these stories are in Old Persian Tea House Style

This is a story from ancient Iran; tales of the braveries, courage, heroism and loyalty …

In this story there is a well- known champion whom everybody likes and respects, they like him not out of fear but because of his kindness, his devotion and his friendliness towards his people…

One day he has been invited to battle against an elephant, he refuses at first but he is forced to do it, in the end you find friendship between the two of them…

The Story of the White Panther

Posted on August 25, 2014 in Persian Books

One day, without any explanation, the white leopard decides to leave the jungle and go to the town to live there among people in peace and quiet for the rest of his life. He is tired of being cruel and brutal.

On his way to the town, he meets some people who were passing by, he tries to show them that he is not dangerous and wants to make friends and to be nice and friendly with them. But soon he finds out that people can be even more dangerous than animals….


Neither Friendship nor Hatred Will be Forgotten

Posted on August 25, 2014 in Persian Books

This book contains a new rendition of an animal fable from the book “Kalila & Dimmna” whose origins reach back to over 2000 years ago. Old Indian fable collection “Panchatantra”. The story of greed, betrayal and thankfulness concerns a jeweller, a snake, a tiger and a monkey who are caught in a deep hole in the forest together. A traveller who frees them from their peril, receives a necklace from the tiger as a thank– you gift. When the traveller meets the jeweller again, the latter is driven by greed to lie and betray his way to the necklace and get the traveller thrown in jail. The snake comes to the rescue and saves the traveller from a sentence.


Talking with You

Posted on August 24, 2014 in Persian Books

This is the story of a little boy who is the only survivor of a voyaging ship which was wrecked during a storm at sea. He who is seriously traumatized and very frightened find himself in a small, small island. But before he feels lonely, an old Palm tree comforts him and asks all the animals and the trees on the island to be kind and friendly to him. The kind old Palm Tree named this boy Khoda-dad means god– given boy!

Khoda-dad grows up and he starts asking a lot of questions from the old Palm Tree, he asks about the Creation and the Creator: Who has created days and nights, the trees and plants, the animals and the birds… all he receives as an answer is: Mighty God !

Khoda-dad asks the old Palm Tree how we can thank God for all he has given us, the Palm Tree answers that every creature thanks God on its own special way: we appreciate Him by giving fruits and shadows to provide other creature something to eat and a nice and cool resting spot to rest…

Khoda- dad says but this is not a good way to thank God for me as a Human, he leaves the old Palm Tree to go and find out how other creatures thank God! On his way he finds many amazing things, until he comes to an old man…