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Pomegranates and Roses: A Persian Love Story

New York, NY - Fari Publishing is proud to announce the release of: Pomegranates and Roses: A Persian Love Story, a debut children’s book by Farahnaz Amirsoleymani. This is the first time that the Persian folktale of Naneh Sarma (Mother Winter), and Amoo Norooz (Uncle New Years) has been published in English.

Pomegranates and Roses: A Persian Love Story
Hardcover: 42 pages
Publisher: Fari Publishing (February 14, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0615589529
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Inspired by a thousands of years old story dating back to Zoroastrian times. Pomegranates and Roses is an enchanting story enriched with beautiful illustrations, Persian history and tradition. Enter the ancient land of Persia, and celebrate Persian Culture with this treasure of a story.

For more information please contact Fari Publishing:


Author’s Bio:

Farahnaz Amirsoleymani was born in Los Angeles, and raised in New York City. She considers herself to be a fashion-geek who’s absolutely obsessed with mascara and bubble gum. When she’s not writing, she prides herself in cooking the most delicious ghormeh sabzi (Persian herb stew). She currently resides with her husband Ashkan, and their daughter, Farahnaz V, in the “small” borough of Edgewater NJ, located along the Hudson River (7 minutes from Manhattan via NY Waterway). For more information please visit:


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