Getting familiar with nature changes and season differences are among children's basic education needs.
In these books, children get to know different seasons and nature changes through simple stories with gorgeous illustrations. Young readers also become acquainted with Iran’s animals in danger of extinction, keeping their appearances in their minds.
Ali Asghar Seidabadi, an Iranian writer, promoter and researcher on children and young adult’s literature, was born in 1971.
Siedabadi was one of the founders of the Iranian Association of Writers for Children and Young Adults, and in 1999, was elected as one of the members for its board of directors in the first round of its elections along other well-known writers of the board.
Seidabadi, who had an acdamaic background in journalism and was somehow cooperting with some newspapers.
2017 Nominated at the Chinese Little Hakka International Picture Book Competition – for Bijan and Manije
2013 Recorded in the International Calendar of Poetry in English and German
2010 Nominated among of the best fifteen children books by the German Klingspor-Museum in Offenbach – for the book Demons Are Afraid of Humans in the Daytime.
1999 Recorded in Munich’s International Youth Library catalogue of ‘The White Ravens’ – for The Sweet Rich Stories
Publisher Name:Shahre Ghalam
Address:No. 147, Ave. Motahhari, Tehran, Iran
Languages we correspond in: English