Teens in Iranby David Seidman
The young people of Iran are growing up in a nation filled with restrictions and rules of conduct. Though they love the fashions and entertainment of other cultures, Iranian teens feel extremely patriotic about their own conservative country. Looking toward the future, they will decide how to balance modern lifestyles with traditional values. Teens in Iran is part of Global Connections, a series that uncovers the challenges, pastimes, and customs of teens around the world.
Meet the Author
David Seidman is a comics writer, consultant, and publicist. He has written for Simpsons Comics, the nonfiction graphic novel Samuel Morse and the Telegraph, and the photo novel Fantastic 4. He was one of the founders of Disney Comics and has taught comic book writing at UCLA.
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