Markham, Ontario (PRWEB) August 26, 2012
Fairy tales have always been man’s companion in his journey through time and indisputably, people from generation to generation love them for the morals they bring which elicit and fulfill their desire to see good triumphs—an embedded desire that lies deep within the human consciousness. Moreover, they are instruments that allow people to travel back to the antediluvian epochs where the lives and beliefs of the ancient peoples are told. In an effort to preserve the forefathers’ ancient legacy, which is the fairy tales, and to introduce them to the new generation, author Behzad Sohrabi showcases a rich and colorful spectacle of the olden fairy tales of Iran in The Legend of Sigh.
This book is a collection of ancient fairy tales of Iran that reminds readers of a vague atmosphere of the ancient and secret beliefs of the people who once carried one of the most ancient and powerful civilizations of the world. The stories are a narration of the forgotten fairy tales, a reminiscence of the lands no more existing—an ancient inheritance of the forefathers. Each story is a very mysterious co-traveler that would take readers on an amazing journey through the very ancient times and would widen their view on the life of the ancient peoples and their beliefs. Readers will experience the enchantment, delight and magic of these fairy tales that bring important messages about life, people, history, and so much more.
Simple, easy to read, but full of information about the ancient cultures, beliefs and the mysterious people of that land, this book fuses history, magic and adventure together to delight, inform and inspire readers about life, their roots and the lives of the ancient civilization.
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The Legend of Sigh * by Behzad Sohrabi
A Collection of Fairy Tales
Publication Date: August 7, 2012
Picture Book; $41.99; 72 pages; 978-1-4771-1969-3
Picture Book Hardcover; $51.99; 72 pages; 978-1-4771-1970-9
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