IBNA- Promoting internationality, ‘People’ (1980) authored and illustrated by Peter Spier which is primarily addressed to children and young adults but actually for all ages has been published in Persian.
The acclaimed picture book which won the Christopher Award is centered on diversity and different people all across the world has been translated into Persian by Manijeh Moghisi. Mana Publishing in Isfahan has released ‘People’ for Iranians and other Persian language readers.
A celebration of diverse world cultures from Spier, one of the most beloved children's illustrators of the last fifty years. In this breathtaking tour around the world, young readers can pore over the many details that make each country and culture unique and special—illuminated by Spier's detailed and witty illustrations of festivals and holidays, foods, religions, homes, pets, and clothing.
In print since 1980, this classic, boundary-pushing book is a must-have in today's global age—a tribute to the ways in which we as the world's citizens are at once both different and the same.
Born and educated in Amsterdam, Peter Spier came to New York in 1952 after serving in the Royal Dutch Navy and working for a number of years as a reporter for Elsevier's Weekly, Holland's largest magazine. He has illustrated over a hundred books and has contributed a series of murals to the H. F. Du Pont Winterthur Museum in Delaware.