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“A Heart Bigger than the World” appears in Iran
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TEHRAN -- “A Heart Bigger than the World” by the Iranian author Erfan Nazar-Ahari, which previously was published in South Korea, will be published in Iran in the near future.
 
The book is one of 22 entries by writers from various countries to the Peace Story project of the 5th Nami Island International Book Festival in South Korea in 2010. 
 
The book, illustrated by Ali Buzari, will be published by the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults in Persian, English, French and Italian.
 
The original book, which was previously published in South Korea, was in Korean and English, but the new edition will also include the Italian and French translations. The book has been translated into Italian by Hanieh Inanlu, and Afzal Vosuqi has rendered it into French.
 
The 5th Nami Island International Book Festival, which was held on Nami Island in 2010, gathered renowned children’s writers and illustrators from 22 countries to calibrate on a special project called “Peace Story,” an anthology of children’s short stories with an emphasis on peace.
 
The book tells story of a little girl who has been wishing to come to the world for the past 1000 years, but God has denied her requests. She finally is allowed to come to the world, but she leaves her heart in paradise, which compels her to spend all of her life searching for her heart.
 
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