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Author and Illustrator - Hoda Haddadi

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Summary
Two girls met in the jungle and stared at each other. By the time they left, they had become close friends.
 
Publication Date
1386 (Iranian Calendar)
 
Languages
Persian / Farsi
 
Contributor
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
 
Publisher
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Shababiz Publishing Company.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
978-964-505-231-5
 
Awards
Grand Prix winner of the Belgrade Biennial of Illustrations, 2011; Exhibited title at the Bratislava Biennial of Illustrations, 2009; Selected title for the IBBY project Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities, 2009; Selected title of the Best Book Design from all over the World International Competition, 2009; Selected title of the Book Art International Exhibition, 2009; Exhibited title at the 54th International Picture Book Exhibition, "Children's Worlds", 2009-2010; Award winner of the Children's Book Council of Iran, 2010; New Horizons- Mention winner of the Bologna Ragazzi Award, 2010; Selected title of the German Exhibition of Iranian Illustrations, 2011
 

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