Sunday 26 May 2024 - 17:16
Young Iranian translator, children’s literature activist Niloufar Amra'ee passes away

IBNA- Iran’s young translator and journalist Niloufar Amra'ee, daughter of world literature translator Asadollah Amra'ee died in Tehran due to a chronic illness. She was 36.

Abolfazl Bani, director of the “Baharan” institute, confirmed the news stating, “Unfortunately, on May 25, Niloufar passed away.

She had an underlying medical condition and suffered a drop in blood sugar, which led to her death.”

Niloufar was known for her work in children’s literature, with notable books including ‘Mrs. Cherry’s Kitchen,’ ‘What Do You Do with an Idea?’ ‘The Clocks: Activity Book with Drawing, Coloring, and Stickers,’ and ‘Learning at Home (Numbers).’


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