6 Best Arabic Books For Kids Update 05/2022

Arabic Books For Kids

One of the best things we can do for our kids is read to them in Arabic. It not only helps them learn more Arabic words, which is important because so many of us send our kids to language schools these days. It also introduces them to Arabic texts that make them think and show them our culture in a fun and interesting way. The following is a list of some of the best Arabic books that you can buy right now. Happy reading, everyone!

El No’ta El Sawdaa’ (The Black Spot) By Walid Taher

El No’ta El Sawdaa’ (The Black Spot) By Walid Taher

El No’ta El Sawdaa is a beautiful book written and illustrated in a way that makes children think.

They play in a huge, empty lot every day. Black spots start to appear on the land one day, taking over a lot of it. He or she tries to figure out the answer to these questions: What is this thing? Where did it come from? Why did it show up all of a sudden? When they try to get rid of it, it always comes back. They decide to learn to live with it. To make things even worse, they are left with only one game to play: Hide and Seek.

All of the kids are okay with the black spot, except for one little boy named Marwan. He doesn’t like the new and smaller area, and he thinks of ways to get rid of the black spot. In the end, he manages to get his friends to help him. Together, they manage to diffuse the black spot into little pieces. Ending: The story asks the kids what to do with the pieces of the diffused black spot.

Etisalat gave a prize to a book for kids called El No’ta el Sawdaa’ at a book fair in the United Arab Emirates. It’s a good book for both kids and adults because it makes complicated ideas about life fun and simple. A favorite thing about this book is that kids can think about the lessons they learned from the book instead of having them told. It also teaches them not to give up and to work together.

The author ends the book on a beautiful note when he says: “It doesn’t really matter if there is an easy or difficult solution to a problem, the most important thing is there is one.”

El No’ta El Sawdaa is a beautiful book written and illustrated in a way that makes children think.

They play in a huge, empty lot every day. Black spots start to appear on the land one day, taking over a lot of it. He or she tries to figure out the answer to these questions: What is this thing? Where did it come from? Why did it show up all of a sudden? When they try to get rid of it, it always comes back. They decide to learn to live with it. To make things even worse, they are left with only one game to play: Hide and Seek.

All of the kids are okay with the black spot, except for one little boy named Marwan. He doesn’t like the new and smaller area, and he thinks of ways to get rid of the black spot. In the end, he manages to get his friends to help him. Together, they manage to diffuse the black spot into little pieces. Ending: The story asks the kids what to do with the pieces of the diffused black spot.

Etisalat gave a prize to a book for kids called El No’ta el Sawdaa’ at a book fair in the United Arab Emirates. It’s a good book for both kids and adults because it makes complicated ideas about life fun and simple. A favorite thing about this book is that kids can think about the lessons they learned from the book instead of having them told. It also teaches them not to give up and to work together.

There doesn’t really matter whether a problem has an easy or hard solution. The most important thing is that it has one.

Beit Lel A’rnab El Sagheer (House for the Little Bunny) By Taghrid Aref El Naggar

Fun to read: This is a cute and colorful book that is a lot of fun! He leaves his home in the forest in search of a new one to get away from his noisy neighbor, Filo the elephant. His journey for a new home brings him across many animals. He interacts with them in many ways. The book is written in rhyme, which makes it fun to read and listen to. It shows the reader a lot of different kinds of animals and their habitats, so they learn a lot about different kinds of animals.

There is a CD that comes with Beit Lel Arnab El Sagheer that is very interactive. It has a lot of games, songs, art projects, and printouts that kids love to play and print. This book is a page-turner that teaches kids new words and improves their Arabic skills. It is on the Anna Lindt Foundation’s “Honor List.” It was also nominated for the Etisalat Prize for Arabic Children’s Literature, which is given by Etisalat.

Taksheera (The Frowning Town) By Nossaiba Hussein El Ezeiby

Take a look at Taksheera, which is set in a small village called Taksheera. It’s home to a group of people who know how to frown very well. Whenever they pose for a picture, they frown rather than smile. The balloons that the kids play with have a frown on them instead of a smile. Street signs tell people that “smiling is not allowed.” In schools, kids learn how to frown in a variety of ways.

Every year, Taksheera has a frowning contest for kids and adults. The winner is given a gold medal. Once, Jamila was born to the winner of a competition, and she named her that way. Jamila is different from all the other babies who cry when they are born. She giggles and can’t stop laughing and smiling, even when her father tries to make her frown. he thinks that this will change when she grows up, and that she will inherit his award-winning frown. But he soon finds out that he can’t get a frown out of her.

Jamila’s father is afraid that his neighbors will see her smiling and that he will be shamed. He talks to her teacher at school about it. Teachers say that Jamila’s giggling and laughter is contagious, and her classmates have started smiling and laughing as well. This is what the teacher told him. Jamila’s laughter soon spreads to everyone in Taksheera, and the name of the village is changed.

Kids enjoy the book’s bright and colorful illustrations. The book is fun for adults as well. Also, it’s a fun and easy book to read. It shows how one person can make a big difference in another person’s life. Taksheera is a bright and colorful book for your kids to read.

Sana Fi Qena (One Year in Qena) By Hadeel Ghoneim

Sana Fi Qena (One Year in Qena) By Hadeel Ghoneim

Sana Fi Qena is by far one of the funniest and best-described books I have read with my kids in any language, and I have read it to them many times. Book: This is the diary of an Egyptian boy, 13, who lives in Cairo. His mother tells him that he and his 5-year-old sister will be moving to Qena, where the boy’s grandmother is sick, for a year to visit.

At the end of his trip, he learns about the months of the Coptic calendar and how to play football with farmers. He also eats Egyptian shamsy (sunbaked) bread, which is a speciality of Upper Egypt. Learns about Upper Egypt’s history and tradition from his wise grandmother (including the rhymes that go with every Coptic month). When he thinks about his grandmother’s advice, he writes down what he feels, what he has done, what he has learned, and more in his diary.

People who read this book get to go on a cultural trip to one of Egypt’s most important cities, called Qena, in this book. In a simple way, the book makes for a pleasant read. When kids learn about the history and culture of Upper Egypt, they learn how to adapt and make the best of situations that don’t appeal to them at first.

Kalila and Demna By Nabiha Mahidly

Many children’s books have animals in them, and Kalila and Demna is no exception. Because kids are fascinated by animals and nature at a young age, many books have animals in them. It was written by an Indian philosopher in Sanskrit at some point in the third century BC. It was translated into Persian during the Abbasid Dynasty, and then into Arabic by Abdullah Ibn El Muqaffaa’ in about 750 AD. There were lessons in these fables that could be used in real life. They were later translated and changed for different cultures over time.

In Kalila and Demna, the main characters are wild animals, and the lion is the king. The animals in the different stories are meant to be people. The text is a parody of the injustice of kings and rulers and tries to show them how to treat their people and be fair.

This is a book that helps people understand different social issues and shows the beauty and elegance of the Arabic language. Kalila and Demna is a philosophical book. Some people think it’s the source of all fables, and there are versions for both adults and kids, like this one by Nabiha Mahidly. With the help of Mahidly’s simplified, colorful abridged version, children can read and follow along with an adult while having fun.

On the whole, this book is a must-have for every library because it is so fun for both kids and adults.

Ana Ma Ma’anaha (What Does “I” Mean) By Oscar Brenifier

These books are called “The Little Philosopher.” This one is part of a series of books for kids called “The Little Philosopher.” Adults and kids talk about things that happen in their lives, and the book series is based on those conversations. It tries to help young people build and develop their own ideas.

In the beginning, the book was written by a French philosopher named Oscar Brenifier. Later, it was translated into many different languages, including Arabic. It asks the reader six interesting and thought-provoking questions, such as: Are you an animal? Does it make you happy when you grow up? Are you like other people? There are times when I love to look in the mirror. Do you pick yourself? and what do you owe them? It’s through this book that the author tries to help the kids understand what life is all about, and he does this by using logic to answer the kids’ questions and explaining what he thinks. The most important thing he tries to help them understand is what “I” means, with all of its duties and responsibilities.

As a parent, you should tell your child how important it is to ask questions. It is important for children to think about a lot of different things, especially because those questions help them figure out who they are and how to deal with different parts of life. This is why, as parents, we should always encourage our kids to ask and think about things. Inquisitive kids can be hard for parents to deal with. This gem of a book can help.

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