We always have enough space for a guest.
A little worm enters inside a pomegranate. All the seeds are afraid of the worm. Mama
Seed takes care of her children and protects them while being nice to the stranger. The
worm asks Mama Seed to stay in the pomegranate for just a night and leave there in
the morning. Mama Seed accepts his request and ensures her children that everything
is fine. When the next morning comes, the worm has already left the pomegranate. This
story is inspired by the life of migrants and refugees and can teach children to accept
and cope with newcomers.
"A clinical psychologist and a member of the Iranian Association of Clinical Psychology for Children and Adolescents and with over 30 years of experience in writing children’s books, Sepideh is one of the most talented female writers in Iran with over 300 published titles and a winner of several awards."
"Sahar Haghgoo creates her artworks through digital and mixed media techniques while being mainly inspired by Persian miniatures. She is very eager to discuss the literary elements within ancient tales with her daughters. This engagement of course influences her illustrations which comprise humor, love, and affection."