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The princess
Author - Farideh Khalatbaree
Illustrator - Fereshteh Najafi

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The princess
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The Princess had many suitors but she wanted to choose her own husband. She dressed in black like a male fighter and travelled to far away countries to look for a husband.
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Persian / Farsi
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran  Contributing Publishers 
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Award winner of the Noma Concours for Picture Book Illustrations, 2008; Selected title of the Bologna Illustrators Exhibition, 2009; Selected title of the Illustrations Exhibition of Japan, 2009; Exhibited title at the 54th International Picture Book Exhibition, "Children's Worlds", 2009-2010; Selected title of the Best Book Design from all over the World International Competition, 2010; Selected title of the Book Art International Exhibition, 2010; Awarded a White Raven by the International Youth Library of Munich, 2011; Selected title of the Bratislava Biennial of Illustrations, 2011; Selected title of the German Exhibition of Iranian Illustrations, 2011; Selected title of the Belgrade Biennial of Illustrations, 2011

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