The Iranian city of Yazd has been chosen as the country’s book capital thanks to the huge number of public libraries and books it has.
The Iranian publisher of a translated version of “Becoming”, an autobiographical memoir by former First Lady of the US Michelle Obama, says it has released the 17th print run of the book in less than one month.
The tourism officials of the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad have adopted a new initiative to attract more foreign tourists.
Story of Iran’s first detective novel has been published in a collection of detective stories compiled by American author Christopher Richmond.
The only fixed tourist library of the world that dates back to 250 years ago, is located at the heart of the Iranian central city of Yazd.
Visually challenged children are being trained to illustrate the books they themselves read.
The library of the Museum of Niavaran is going to unveil the Book of Hours of Louis XII on the occasion of Christmas.
An Iranian author has donated his huge cash prize to the training of Sunni teachers at elementary schools in the underdeveloped province of Sistan and Baluchestan in south-eastern Iran.
Two precious books by renowned Canadian photographer Roloff Beny were unveiled at the specialized library of Niavaran Palace-Museum Complex in northern Tehran.
The 26th National Book Week has started in Iran with various events and programs organized across the country to promote the culture of buying and reading books.