The 39th course of IIBF was held in Jakarta Convention Center for 5 days on September 4-8, 2019. It was attended by 20 foreign publishers and 45 Indonesian publishers.
The 32nd Moscow International Book Fair (MIBF) was held on Sep. 4 to 8. A total of 300 title books on religion, children and young adults, Iranology, Classic and contemporary literature, arts, Sacred Defense were presented in this fair. Jaml al-Din Akrami, Illustration researcher and Mahdi Rajabi, Children and Young Adults writer, handled Iranian booth. The main pivot of this round of MIBF was about children and young adults’ literature and its programs were held with the cooperation of Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Speakers explained about various events about children and young adults publishing arena and intensifiers of relations with the international community. In another part of this booth, some cardboard masks were showed which could be put on the faces and used as masks for telling stories and performing plays. These masks-which even children can make them- are made using Jamal al-Din Akrami’s, we can make cardboard masks. After being made, these masks were used by children and storyteller for performing ancient Iran tales such as tale of Fox and Raven, Uninvited Guests.