IBNA- Children story, 'I Love You' by Iranian writer of children and young adults books, Farhad Hassanzadeh has been published in Azerbaijani magazine Goy Qursagi.
The magazine has printed the book in its September edition which was translated into Azerbaijani by Nasim Yousefi. Goy Qursagi is affiliated to the Baku Children and Young Adult’s Library. 'I Love You' is the story of a snowman who loses his eyes due to the curiosity of a baby crow.
The acclaimed author Hasanzadeh has published more than 80 books for children and young adults, including novels, short stories, legends, fantasy, humour, biography and poetry. Some of his books have been translated into other languages, including English, Turkish, Malay and Chinese.
His writing often deals with the subject of war, and particularly its effect on civilians; it takes a pacifist, humanist stance. Other topics include migration, homelessness and life in shanty towns.
He has won many book awards, including several Iran's Book of the Year Awards. He was the Iranian nomination for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2017 and 2018. He was a runner-up in the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2018 and finally receive the diploma in the award ceremony in Athens, Greece.