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Speed! What does it mean?
Author - Kambiz Kakavand
Illustrator - Reza Yousefzadeh

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Speed! What does it mean?
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A snail did not know the meaning of speed, so she asked the other animals to explain it. The sparrow flew away, the horse ran away, the chameleon caught a dragonfly with her tongue, and the fox ran as fast as the wind and caught a rabbit - but the snail could not do any of these things. A porcupine gathered herself into a ball and rolled down a hill, so the snail went inside her shell and rolled down the hill. Now she understood the meaning of speed.
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1385 (Iranian Calendar)
Persian / Farsi
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran  Contributing Publishers 
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This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

International Golden Pen winner of the Belgrade Biennial of Illustrations, 2005; Selected title of the Best Book Design from all over the World International Competition, 2009; Selected title of the Book Art International Exhibition, 2009; Selected title of the Third Croatian Biennial of Illustration, 2010; Exhibited title at the 55th International Picture Book Exhibition, "Children's Worlds", 2010-2011

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