IBNA- Double children books, ‘Wolfie and Fly’ and ‘Wolfie and Fly: Band on the Run’ by the Canadian writer Cary Fagan on the adventures of a lone wolf reader girl have been translated into Persian and published.
According to IBNA correspondent, the books which have been illustrated by Zoe Si have been translated into Persian by Sanaz Mansourian and released by Chehshmeh publishing in Tehran.
The heroine of ‘Wolfie and Fly’, Renata Wolfman (Wolfie) does everything by herself. Friends just get in the way, and she only has time for facts and reading.
But friendship finds her in the form of Livingston Flott (Fly), the slightly weird and wordy boy from next door. Before she knows it, Wolfie is motoring through deep water with Fly as her second in command in a submarine made from a cardboard box.
Out on a solo swim to retrieve a baseball vital to the mission, Wolfie is finally by herself again, but for the first time, she finds it a little lonely. Maybe there is something to this friend thing...
In ‘Wolfie and Fly: Band on the Run’, Fly has convinced Wolfie to join him in his one-man band. Before they know it, they're playing live onstage in front of a stadium of screaming fans. But these fans are about to get out of control--and Wolfie and Fly have to make a daring escape!
Cary Fagan (born 1957) is a Canadian writer of novels, short stories, and children's books. His short-story collection, ‘My Life Among the Apes’, was longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize and his widely praised adult novel, ‘A Bird's Eye’, was shortlisted for the 2013 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize.