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Author - Kambiz Kakavand
Illustrator - Morteza Zahedi

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Little Frog loved his song "ghoorr ghoorrr..." One day he was hungry and heard a "gharr ghoorr" sound. It was a strange sound he hadn't heard before and it came from his belly. He was hungry but didn't know how to eat ... who can teach him how?
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1382 (Iranian Calendar)
Persian / Farsi
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
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International Golden Pen winner of the Belgrade Biennial of Illustrations, 2003; New Horizons winner of the Bologna Ragazzi Award, 2004; Award winner of the Children's Book Council of Iran, 2005; Selected title of the Barreiro International Biennial of Children's Books Illustration, 2005; Selected title of the Croatian Illustration Exhibition from Iranian Picture Books, 2005; Exhibited title at the First Croatian Biennial of Illustration, 2006; Selected title of the Danish Pictures from Iran Exhibition, 2007; Selected title of the German Exhibition of Iranian Illustrations, 2011

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