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First book of “Timmy Failure” series published in Persian 

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First book of “Timmy Failure” series published in Persian 

TEHRAN – A Persian translation of “Mistakes Were Made” from American children’s book author Stephan Pastis’ series “Timmy Failure” has recently been published in Persian in Tehran.

Translated into Persian by Maryam Fattahzadeh, the book has been published by Zarrafeh Publications.

The “Timmy Failure” series also contains “Now Look What You’ve Done”, “We Meet Again” and “Sanitized for Your Protection”.

Pastis maintains a sarcastic wit throughout the entire story, not only in his writing but also with his hilarious illustrations.



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