News Code: 309283
Publish Date: 27 October 2021 - 09:22
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A Book to Save “Bride of Goose” of Iran’s Ponds and Wetlands

Ordered by Kanoon, Minou Karimzadeh has recently written a book, “Who?...Where?...” about the life an endangered species called “Bride of Goose” for children above nine. This type living around Iran ponds and wetlands are getting extinct nowadays due to constant hunting.

According to Kanoon General Directorate for Public Relations and International Affairs, “Who?...Where?...” is a book from an eleven-volume collection called “Hey, Look after Us!” supervised by Parirokh Dabiri recently published by Kanoon Publication and sent to the book market.

In this volume, Karimzadeh narrates the story of a boy at the side of the road, holding a board, who rents villas. A family talks to him. It is agreed to go to the villa in this family’s car. When Maziar, the narrator, sits in the car, he sees a bird in a cage which is the beginning of suspicions and doubts.

In this book like other volumes of the collection we read: Some information about the conditions of the life of this endangered species living in Fereydunkenar is transferred to the audience. At the end, we read some information and statistics about Bride of Geese given in a chart.

Fereshteh Jafari Farmand, is the illustrator; Majid Kazemi is the graphic designer and Ali Khodaie is the art supervisor of the book.

Kanoon has published this book is published in 32 pages in 2500 copies with a price of 25000 Tomans.

This collection is available in all Kanoon stores. It is at hand on Kanoon site at:


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