The Dragon Quadrilogy
It also started out as a pre-emptive Thanksgiving cookie baking experiment. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Note: Unmute to hear Setareh’s narration of this epic tale.
Dragon Quadrilogy: I. My son is afraid of dragons. By Setareh & Rezwan https://t.co/Dw4NBpTMME— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 25, 2013
Dragon Quadrilogy part II. Dragon, pipsqueak Boy https://t.co/HK8PjFBqQT— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 25, 2013
DQ III: fesqeli?!!! Them's fighting words! https://t.co/RhtUBw80kE— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 25, 2013
DQ IV: pesar-e fesqeli-am digar az ezhdehA nemitarsad. Dragon fears away! https://t.co/LM8N5PPvde— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 25, 2013
DQ (Dragon Quadrilogy) end credits. https://t.co/Kycnq3sTke— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 25, 2013
The pipsqueak returns to his day job. FYI, Ninjabread Cookie Cutters available at ThinkGeek. The dragon prepares for his sequel (a local production of “Shrek” - photos not available.)
The boy and stunt doubles return to their day job. pic.twitter.com/6q5OriN0yr— cool zabAn (@coolzaban) November 26, 2013
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Bonus Grammar Lesson
Coming soon, a write up of all the grammar lessons that organically flowed from this little vine creation workshop with my niece. Here’s one image to start the deconstruction. Please note, when you buy a Persian-English Magnet kit - if you go beyond just getting a magnet kit and make donations, the extra funding goes to things like writing up grammar insights for the weblog with higher production values. Thank you for your contributions!