av Nabīhah Muḥaydalī, 1962- (E-media, Ljudbok, E-ljudbok, strömmande) 2016, Arabiska, För barn och unga
How will Tuffaha prove to the rabbit hiding in the grass that he is a rabbit? She knows, but he is stubborn and won't admit it. This is the story about a girl named Tuffaha and a rabbit.
“The screw of Djeha”, “Djeha and his son”, “Where is your ear, Djeha?”… These tales are part of the adventures of Djeha narrated in this book which are intended to connect the current generation with the comic and attractive Arabic heritage in which Djeha...
Tuffaha is puzzled, she doesn't know which color she should choose for the Eid's dress. Should it be red, yellow, green or...? Which color will she pick? (Synopsis explained: It's a journey to the world of colors through its relations with some animals.)
Each season of the year has its colors that make it special. In this book, the narrator doesn't tell us about what he sees with his eyes, instead he describes to us what he hears with his ears, in every season.av Mohammad Ali Shamseddine (E-media, Ljudbok, E-ljudbok, strömmande) 2016, Arabiska, För barn och unga
This is a warm and beautiful book about stories being told during family meetings around the fireplace in winter evenings.av Nabīhah Muḥaydalī, 1962- (E-media, Ljudbok, E-ljudbok, strömmande) 2016, Arabiska, För barn och unga
How could Issam have a relation with his grandpa whose name is also Issam, although he has never met him? Nevertheless Issam junior knows a lot about his grandpa, and even tells stories about him, as if he has lived with him. The book is nevertheless realistic and...
The story of a shepherd called “Zumar” who surrender to the wolf and accepted the wolf’s plan because of this fear. What did the wolf ask the shepherd? And how did the shepherd conquere the victory of the invicible wolf legend?
The hero of the story is facing difficulty in riding his bicycle, so he promises his cousin to give it to him. But he regrets it later when he becomes a great rider. Surprisingly his uncle sort things out.
(The Rose Stairs) series approaches the famous Aladdin magic lamp which the children have always been fascinated with from and entirely new perspective, but with an equally interesting and fabulous style. The drawings too were not only an important addition, but also one...av Nabīhah Muḥaydalī, 1962- (E-media, Ljudbok, E-ljudbok, strömmande) 2016, Arabiska, För barn och unga
Tuffaha is sure that Yasmina the parrot, her favorite bird, is hiding in the grass. But Yasmina says 'no' and asks Tuffaha to prove it. Can Tuffaha prove she is right?
This picture book deals with two essential (and sometimes conflicting) experiencs of children: the desire to explore the world and the reassuring feeling of being at home somewhere. Ghassan lives in his grandmother’s house. One morning, he sets off to search for “the...av Mohammad Ali Shamseddine (E-media, Ljudbok, E-ljudbok, strömmande) 2016, Arabiska, För barn och unga
This book is the story of a flower that stood to face the wind and challenges the blowing storm.
Tuffaha and Semsem are playing a game with shapes. As they draw a square, a rectangle, a circle and a triangle they get other shapes as well. The most important one appears at the end...
It is a fictional trip made by a girl whose name is “Qamar”; the girl tried to get in touch again with the characters of Kalilah and Dimnah, traces them to know what happened after the end of each story. Her tools were the contemporary language, questions and...
This is a story about the jobs in a village and about the feelings that Tuffaha has for her mother, as she saved the last flower for her.
In the beginning of spring, Tuffaha meets them who were asleep during winter. She misses the squirrel, the turtle, the hedgehog, the frog, the snail and even her bike! She misses cycling around in the streets of her village.
The title of the book is the title of one of the many short stories in this book. The author made everything around us talk. Not only animals are able to talk, things are able to talk too. The walls can talk as cats can do; the river can talk as bird can do. At the end...
"Things are turned upside down", "lengthen your legs in proportion to your carpet", "Between Hana and Mana, we lost our beards", "judgment to Karakouch", "Do not build dreams on illusions" These proverbs among others have been cited in this book. There are also quotes...
Eighteen wonderful stories written in the wonderful and eloquent style of Zakariya Tamer, that relies on suspense and enjoyment, as well as providing themes and morals .The drawings and artistic layout of the book have contributed a lot in highlighting these themes....Förbättra sökningen med hjälp av filtren: