A stranger walks into this hilariously crooked city and wants to fix things up! A fun picture book for the little bookworms.
Being able to state your ideas and beliefs and trying to prove them, is an ability that even most adults lack. The crooked city is the story of a zebra that believes everything is crooked in the city and nothing is straight; and although this puts him in trouble, he tells his opinion to every one of the citizens and even to the King. To teach self-confidence and critical thinking to children, this story can be of great help.
Masoud Malekyari was born in 1980. Being in love with books and stories his whole life, Masoud joined the university to study cinema screenwriting and continue his studies in dramatic literature. He has been working in the press for many years, but intrigued with narratives for children, he started to write and translate stories for kids. To further pursue his passion for books, he now owns a lovely and exciting children's bookstore called Paper Boat.
Susan Batori is a Hungarian illustrator, graphic designer, and a character design addict. She studied graphic design at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary. As an art director at DDB Advertising Agency, Susan designed many print ads, websites, posters, packages, etc. for years. Then she noticed that drawing hilarious characters was much more fun. She likes to laugh with her boyfriend Robert and her cat Kamilla. Since 2012, Susan has been working as a freelance children’s book illustrator. Humour is the one thing in her studio that she could not live without.