TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Iran’s Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) announced on Monday that it has published Italian children’s book writer Luca Novelli’s “Hi, I Am Robot - Hi, I Am” (Ciao, Sono Robot - Ciao, Sono) in Persian.
The IIDCYA has previously acquired the copyright to the book, which translated into Persian by Ali Khakbazan.
The book is the true story of a small robot from a new generation of automata. It has a computer for its brain and is able to see in the dark, do his homework, tidy up the room, protect the house, win chess and even walk on Mars.
The book, which has been released with its original illustrations by Novelli, has been created for children between 9 and 12, the IIDCYA noted.
“Hi, I Am Robot” is one of Novelli’s quartet, which includes “Ciao sono Zero”, “Ciao, sono Gea”, and “Ciao, sono Futura”, all published in Persian by the IIDCYA.
source: Tehran Times