Shirin

Shirin None

  • Title: Shirin
  • Author: Nasrin Siege
  • ISBN: 9783407783547
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Nasrin Siege

    Nasrin Siege is a German Author, born in Persia Iran Her parents immigrated to Germany when Nasrin was nine years old She studied Psychology in Kiel and worked as a Psychotherapist at a Psychosomatic Clinic in Frankfurt She first moved to Tanzania in 1983 with her husband and daughter Since then she lived with her family her son was born in 1985 in Kenya with short breaks in Germany in Zambia, Tanzania, Madagascar and since June 2008 in Ethiopia Nasrin Siege s books have been published in Germany Some of her novels have been translated in other languages Japanese, Greek, Dutch, Italian, Malagasy and Danish Her book Die Piraten von Libertalia has been published by Bloomsbury Children and Youth Book Berlin in February 2009 Her book Ich kehre zur ck, Dadab is published by Brandes Apsel The Madagasy version Hiverina aho,Dadabe has been published 2013 by Vakoka Vakiteny in Madagascar In March her book Die Spur des Elefanten has been published by Razamba Publishing Nasrin Siege has been a member of the board of Dogodogo Centre Street Children Trust and has been working at the project from 1994 2003 Nasrin Siege, together with friends, founded in 1996 the NGO Help for Africa e.V hilfefuerafrika with which she is since supporting children projects in Tanzania, Zambia, Madagascar and Ethiopia In 1994 she received for her books Sombo, das M dchen vom Fluss and Wie der Fluss in meinem Dorf the children books Award of the Berlin Senate In 2006, she received the Austrian Two Wings Award for her collection of traditional African stories Kalulu and for her continuous contributions as a development aid worker in different children s projects in several African countries.

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