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The road
Author - Mohammad Reza Shams
Illustrator - Negin Ehtesabian

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The road
 
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Number of Pages - 38
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Summary
The road liked to travel even when he was too small. When he grew bigger, he wanted to rest but he was not supposed to stop. After many years of travelling, he reached a mountain. Exhausted with his endless travel, the road laid his head on the foot of the mountain and slept.
 
Publication Date
1384
 
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
964-505-173-8
 
Awards
Award winner of the Noma Concours for Picture Book Illustrations, 2006; Selected title of the First Croatian Biennial of Illustration, 2006; Exhibited title at the Bratislava Biennial of Illustrations, 2007; Selected title of the Danish Pictures from Iran Exhibition, 2007; Selected title of The 5th International Exhibition of The Colours of the Sacred, 2009; Exhibited title at the 55th International Picture Book Exhibition, "Children's Worlds", 2010-2011; Selected title of the German Exhibition of Iranian Illustrations, 2011
 

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