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Informing Children on  Protecting Animals
Informing Children on  Protecting Animals
Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Informing Children on Protecting Animals

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Informing Children on Protecting Animals

The children’s Persian book ‘The Bow Tie Python’, printed by Fanni Publications, has recently been released across the country.
Writer Azam Mahdavi talks of protecting animals and preserving the environment in the book, Mehr News Agency reported. 
It talks about the life of a python working in a circus. The snake and many other animals, dominated by Mr. Almond, the circus manager, talk about their saddening state there. The python would like to leave but he is not sure if it is the right thing to do.
The book has been illustrated by Ra’na Azarmanesh. 

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