IBNA- The four-volume series ‘Children In Our World' by Louise Spilsbury which focuses on international problems including poverty, immigration and seeking asylum has been translated and published in Persian.
IBNA- A collection of 22 books by various authors of children and young adults books printed in Braille alphabet was unveiled by Iran’s Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults in Tehran on Tuesday.
IBNA- At a ceremony held by Iran’s Association of Translators, the Armenian translation of the Persian young adults novel ‘Call me Ziba’ by Farhad Hassanzadeh was unveiled At Iran’s Cultural Fairs Institute in Tehran on Wednesday.
IBNA- Founder of Institute for Children Painting on Peace in Norway Catrin Gamgsto who contributed to hold a children painting exhibition in the southwestern city of Ahvaz visited this event on Wednesday.
IBNA- Two illustrations for Iranian children books by Noushin Sadeghian and Samaneh Salavati have respectively won the first award and the Golden Pen award the 15th Belgrade International Biennial of Illustrations.
IBNA- The series of Little Unicorn books with Gaston as the central character by French author and artist Aurélie Chien Chow Chine which teach children to control their emotions has been translated into Persian.
IBNA- The series, ‘The Worst Book Ever’ by Canadian childrens book author and illustrator Élise Gravel which aims to improve the scientific knowledge of children has been translated into Persian and published in Tehran.
IBNA- Noted Iranian author Houshang Moradi Kermani and the mobile libraries of Iran’s Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (ICIDCY) have been introduced by the center to run for Astrid Lindgren Prize 2020.