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The Seventh Translation of the Book "Pig’s Bone and Leper’s Hands", Will Be in Tamil.

We are proud to announce that Mostafa Mastoor’s special book has paved its way to India with the help of the specialized team of Literary Sapiens Agency.
Dr. Peer Mohammad Mohammad Erfan from Seermai Publications will be the translator of this work.
So far, 100,000 copies of this book have been sold, and it has been reprinted 34 times.
Pig’s Bone and Leper’s Hands is a compact narrative of the life of seven inhabitants of a residential tower in the heart of Tehran.
Many considered this title to be Mastoor’s most cinematic work. In this short novel, Mastoor narrates different stories of different characters who, without knowing each other and the problems they are dealing with, pass by in the street and the residential complex or stand by each other in the elevator. Only the reader, standing above and outside the lives and narratives of the characters, knows all their stories.
Congratulations to the parties to this transaction from the Literary Sapiens Agency team. Hopefully, great stories will circulate between languages and even generations.

"Kiss the Lovely Face of God" will be published in Tamil!

Previously, people speaking in Turkish, Russian, Indonesian, Bosnian, Arabic, Bengali, Azerbaijani, & Urdu accompanied Mostafa Mastoor in the lovely journey of kissing the face of God.
Today, we are thrilled to announce that Tamil-speaking people also have joined us in this adventurous journey. After all, the more we are, the more fun wandering in the world of literature becomes.
Translation and publication rights of the impressive novel, Kiss the Lovely Face of God, written by Mostafa Mastoor, were sold to Seermai Publications, India. And Sapiens Literary Agency stepped it up to make this happen.
Congratulations to Seermai Publications and Tamil people, truly happy about such an amazing partnership.

Kiss the Lovely Face of God is among the best-selling contemporary Persian novels reprinted more than 90 times by Markaz Publishing House.
Dr. PEER MOHAMED MOHAMED IRFAN Senior Lecturer and Head- Institute of Arabic Language Naleemiah Institute of Higher Studies, Beruwale, Sri Lanka will translate the novel into Tamil.
Special congrats to our eminent author: Mostafa Mastoor.

We hope to share more good news with you soon.


Georgians Will Get Acquainted with Houshang Moradi Kermani...

Moradi Kermani’s autobiography, entitled You Are No Stranger Here, will be published in Georgian by ACAD Book Publishing.
The 1992 Hans Christian Andersen Prize winner author, in this book, deals with the hardships of rural life from the perspective of a child in a fluent language using simple expressions.
Mr. Nikolos Nakhutsar Yashvoli, having a doctorate in Iranian studies, used to be the Georgian Deputy Ambassador at Tehran for 20 years, intends to translate Mr. Moradi Kermani’s works, including You Are no Stranger Here, into Georgian.
We hope the selected book of the Munich International Library, 2006, guides Georgian adolescents to withstand adversity, and reach higher levels after difficult situations.
Congratulations to our dear skilled author Mr. Moradi Kermani, and the respected translator of this book.

Dar Al-Hadaek Books Will Be Translated into Persian.

Nabihah Muhaydali, the children’s literature writer, was born in 1962 in Beirut. She holds Ph.D. in Media and Communication. She has written more than 100 titles for children so far. Muhaydali established “Dar al-Hadaeq Group” in 1987, which means “Fantastic Gardens,” specialized in children’s books and magazines. Some of her books have been translated into different languages and won prestigious awards.
With the help of the Literary Sapiens Agency, Shokoufeh Publication (Amir Kabir Publishing Subsidiary), in Iran, has bought translation and publication rights of one title written by Salma Koraytem and Dr. Nabihah Muhaydali’s six books from Dar al-Hadaek publication.
Soon they will be available in Persian, and the Persian children can enjoy reading them.

Bilal & Amer

This book won the Annalind Prize for Children’s Literature for the best short story book for people with special needs and was also selected for display in the library of the International Children’s Book Board specialized in books for people with special needs in Norway. Bilal and Amer are friends who go out and play and share profit and loss. It’s a usual story until we discover it’s deeper than that.

Ahem... Ahem... Let Me Pass Please

This book which won the Etisalat Children Book Award is about Karkar, a monkey, every day passing through the forest. Passing by his friends and neighbors, he greets everyone and shakes hands, waits for others to pass, and then asks: “Let me pass please.” but for how long should he repeat this sentence?

Guardian of Time

What if the time was in a locker, the key to which is with a faithful guard, who controls and spends it according to the appropriate place and time? In this book, Lama is convinced by this guard that time is not free, but that we should spend from it within limits and amounts, except for one case… What is it?

Knock Knock

This book sheds light on the sound of “Knock Knock,” and urges the child to pay attention to its sources and its source. It ends with an interesting paradox about the character who loves the kids.

Abu Karkouba

This book presents a problem that many people suffer. People who are obsessed with buying everything! It is about the time when people feel suffocated by the things they’ve bought. They have many things but no space!

A Shopping List

This book won the Al Sabeel Annual Prize for Children’s Literature. In this story, we read about Yasser and his adventures on his way to write a shopping list. He starts from scribbling, drawing, then to clear writing, and goes even beyond that.

Red, Yellow, yet Sea!

Written by Salma Koraytem

There is a big quarrel between the crabs and the gulls. The gulls want the color of the sea to be yellow, like their beak, while the crabs, want to color it red, like the color of their shell. Maher and Lina intervene in a persuasive process that is not without wit and novelty.