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The greedy mouse
Author - Manuchehr Kaymaram
Illustrator - Ali Mafakheri

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The greedy mouse
 
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Number of Pages - 22
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Summary
A mouse and a cat lived peacefully together in a warehouse. Winter was coming so the cat advised the mouse to gather enough food for the cold days, but the mouse did not listen. When it got too cold for the mouse to get any food, he stole some the cat's food. The cat realized what the mouse had done, and threw him out of the warehouse. The mouse suggested that he bring his fellow mice to the warehouse so the cat could eat them, but the cat surprised him instead.
 
Publication Date
1380 (Iranian Calendar)
 
Languages
Persian / Farsi
 
Contributor
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
 
Publisher
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Shabaviz Publishing Company.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
964-5555-24-8
 
Awards
Award winner of the 10 th Festival of the Books for Children and Young Adults, 2002; Selected title of The Biennial of Asian Illustrations, 2002; Selected title of the Tehran Biennial of Illustrations, 2002; Selected title of The First International Festival of Books for Children and Young Adults, 2005
 

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