IBNA- Iran’s Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (CIDCYA) displayed about 200 books at the 23rd Tokyo International Book Fair and was greeted by the Japanese visitors, authors, publishers and book sellers.
IBNA- In the meeting held for the Children and Young Adults Reading Festival, CEO of Iran’s Book House said that focusing on children and young adults readers is more rewarding in terms of impact.
IBNA- Book illustrations by the noted Iranian illustrator and animator Farshid Mesghali are currently displayed at an expo in Taipei City, Taiwan among the works by other winners of 50 Years of Hans Christian Anderson Award.
IBNA- The book ‘Mrs. Cherry's Kitchen’ by the prominent American writer and poet was translated into Persian and published by the children and young adults section of Nashr-e Darkoub Publication Institute in Tehran.
IBNA- The House of Literati affiliated to Iran’s Book House Institute will host a meeting to consider the development of criticism in Iranian children literature on Sunday, July 30.
IBNA- The total print run of ‘The Valuable and Glorious Life Story of the Red Pen’, a book for children illustrated by the acclaimed Iranian filmmaker and designer Abbas Kiarostami exceeds 245000 copies in the country.
IBNA- Research Institute for the History of Children's Literature in Tehran, introduced Touran Mirhadi as the Iranian Nominee for for Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, 2017.
IBNA- Iranian writer Farhad Hassan-Zadeh believed writing about children affected by war, child abuse, child labor and so on contributed to his candidacy for Hans Christian Andersen Award.
IBNA- Celebrated American writer of children’s book Lee Wardlaw, expressed her regret about the unauthorized publishing of her books in Iran adding that she enjoys listening to Persian language.
IBNA- Development of small libraries in disadvantaged areas which is among the activities of Iran’s House of Librarian for Children and Young Adults and promoting reading, won Sharjah IBBY Fund to support the development of reading.
IBNA- An Iranian writer of children books believes that rituals and myths should be conveyed to children through literature.
IBNA- The book, ‘The Cat in our alley’ written and illustrated by Claire Jobert was published by Iran's Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults in English.
IBNA- In the conference, 170 Years of Reading with ‘One Thousand and One Nights’, an expert Maryam Jalali said that one way to guide children to preserve the Iranian identity and culture is education.
IBNA- The 18th International Storytelling Festival held by the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults wrapped up last night by naming the winners.
IBNA- The Iranian Elmi va Farhangi Publications (Blue Bird), a publisher of children’s book, has formed a team of writers to produce novels on myth and legend – fantasy subject matters.
IBNA- At the latest meeting of Thought and Pen series, which was held on the subject, literary mind in the novel ‘Jonathan Livingstone Seagull’, literature expert Amir Ali Nojoumian said that the book easily influences teenagers.
IBNA- The first International Award for Children and Young Adults Book will be launched by the Iranian Association of Writers for Children and Young Adults.
IBNA- The copyright of five Persian children title books was assigned to an international foreign publishing house by Scientific & Cultural Publications Company in Tehran.
IBNA- The book ‘Lake Urmia’ introduces the famous salt lake in northwestern Iran and takes a look on this national park as well as its cultural and ecological aspects through retelling the tales of ‘Shahnameh’ by Ferdowsi.