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.
IBNA- On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Sacred Defense (the war Iraq imposed on Iran in 1980), the book 'The Proud Palms', an oral history of an Iranian army officer of the event has been published.
IBNA- 'The Street of Crocodiles' (1933), a collection of avant-garde short stories by the acclaimed Polish writer Bruno Schulz who was killed by Nazis in 1942 has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- Representing a number of Iranian publishers, Iranian researcher and translator of books for children and young adults Sahar Tarhandeh will be a member of jury panel copyright exchange platform (dPictus).
IBNA- ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil’ by prominent German-American political thinker, her account of the trial held for Nazi criminal Adolf Eishmen has been published in Persian.
IBNA- Italian physicist and author Carlo Rovelli's book 'Reality Is Not What It Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity' which takes a closer look at the mind-bending nature of the universe has been published in Persian.
IBNA- A book by American film critic Godfrey Cheshire, ‘Conversations with Kiarostami’ which spans three decades of Iranian acclaimed filmmaker’s career has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- Considered the most famous book on the subject 'Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life' by French scholar Philippe Ariès which brought a considerable academic influence has been published in Persian.
IBNA- The book, 'Understanding German Idealism' (Understanding Movements in Modern Thought) by American scholar Will Dudley which features philosophical debates of German Idealist philosophers has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- English book, ‘The Mirror Of My Heart: A Thousand Years of Persian Poetry by Women’ (2019) by American literary scholar and poet Dick Davis has been published by Mage Publishers in Washington, D.C.