I’m really excited to be working with the Qatar Foundation International QFI to bring storytime to students virtually. QFI supports over 50 USA, UK, and Canada based schools that have Arabic language programs. I am really happy to be able to read to them some fun books in English and Arabic. You can visit QFI’sContinue reading “Qatar Foundation Virtual Storytime”
The world is facing a critical situation in responding to the outbreak of COVID-19, so I believe that each person has to do their part to be responsible and keep the world safe. My company, Arabic Book A Month, is proud to be have made changes to adapt to the situation and keep all ofContinue reading “COVID-19 Response”
Our founder, Dina Elabd, was so happy to visit Malvern school to read to and discuss her books with students from Pre-K to G12. She also gave Writing Workshops to the older students. Some photos below:
Our team at Arabic Book A Month is extremely pleased with the results of our first Writer’s Workshop: How to Write a Picturebook. Initially proposing 20 spots for the workshop, these were quickly sold out, so we decided to open 15 more spots. Hence, we had 35 participants split in two workshops: SODIC Sheikh ZayedContinue reading “Writer’s Workshop: How to Write a Picturebook!”
Dina Elabd was happy to visit the Alsson British School to read to their students and discuss her four books!
Our founder, Dina Elabd, was invited to read her Arabic children’s book Mila the Beautiful Cat at Balsam bookstore to some wonderful kids! It was a lot of fun! Watch it in the video below:
Thank you for inviting me to your reading week Europa Schule Neu Kairo ❤
I’ve never been on the radio before! So, I was thrilled to be invited by the beautiful Mai Anwar on her show “Family” Mondays-Wednesdays 3-4 pm, where we discuss important topics for parents and families. I was given the opportunity to speak about the importance of reading and how to pick a good Arabic bookContinue reading “Speaking on the radio 105.3 Nagham FM”
Was so happy to visit the incredibly organized and huge Cairo International Book Fair, where my latest book is being sold by Asala! And! They told me it sold out! So great news all around!
Not only has the UK awarded me a scholarship to study Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge in 2013, but now I was thrilled to be shortlisted as a finalist for the Social Impact Award in Egypt. It was a wonderful night where we met many talented and hard working people. Thank you soContinue reading “A finalist for the Social Impact Award by the British Council”