Last situation of publishing AzarYazdi’s Good Stories
The first volume publishes for 35th time
Publish Date : Friday 21 August 2009 - 12:38
The first volume of “Good Stories for Good Children” by late Mehdi AzarYazdi published for the 35th time. The eighth volume of this collection recently published for the 20th time.
Primary volumes of this collection were published in 1950s with illustrations and pictures of Mortaza Momayyez.
Illustrating this book was amongst the first works of late Momayyez who then became known as the Iran’s father of graphic.
Amir Kabir publication has announced that the last volume of 8-volume collection of stories “Good Stories for Good Children” published for the 20th time. The first volume will soon be published for the 35th time.
Head of Amir Kabir publication Institute, Ahmad Nesari, announced that the book “Good Stories for Good Children” will be presented in audio form.
In commemoration ceremony of AzarYazdi which was held in Khanei Honarmandan (House of Artists), he said: "This collection is read by one of the skilled executers of Radio and TV and will be in market. Preparing these audio books will end in some next month.”
AzarYazdi passed away in his 87 after a period of disease in Tehran Atiyeh hospital.
23 books for teens and children have been published during his life.