Monthly Archives: February 2011

March Events for Kids at Al-Balsam and Shorouk Stores

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Anna Lindh Announces Winning Fiction for Children with Special Needs | إعلان أفضل الكتب القصصية لذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة

Fourteen books from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria have won recognition from the Anna Lindh Foundation’s Arabic Children’s Literature project for their portrayals of children with special needs. Continue reading

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A Peek at the Abu Dhabi Book Fair’s ‘Creativity Corner’ for Kids

The Abu Dhabi International Book Fair (ADIBF), set to run this year from the 15-20 of March, will feature a number of activities for children ages 2-13 in its “Creativity Corner. Continue reading

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Nahdet Masr Holding Sessions to Discuss the Future of Egyptian Education

According to Al Masry Al Youm, Nahdet Misr Publishing House has launched an initiative to discuss a way forward for much-beleaguered Egyptian education system. Continue reading

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New Application for iPad, iPhone Helps Children Learn Arabic Letters: حروفي المرحة

There’s now a new way for tech-savvy children to learn—and engage with—their Arabic letters. Continue reading

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Kalimat Expects to Publish 25 New Titles in 2011

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Inside Beirut’s Kotobuses

Today’s Daily Star has a short piece about Beirut’s two Kotobuses (I like the name!), or mobile libraries. Continue reading

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