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Journey Through Islamic Arts (bilingual)
Journey Through Islamic Arts - Bilingual children's book available in Arabic, Bengali, Farsi, German, Kurdish, Russian, and many other languages. Culturally diverse teaching resource.
Book available in many different languages. Choose your desired language!

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Product Code: JOURNEY

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Journey Through Islamic Arts (Bilingual Book)
by Na'ima bint Robert
illustrated by Diana Mayo

This story about a young girl whose imagination is so vivid, it takes her on a wonderful journey. She travels from the great mosques to ornamental gardens and glorious palaces, seeing much of the rich heritage and art of the Islamic civilization. WINNER of the UK National Literacy Association WOW! Award 2005 for best children's titles. Na'ima bint Robert's flowing text are accompanied by stunning illustrations that bring Islamic cultural beauty and richness to life! A valuable resource in multicultural classrooms.

In English with:
Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Croatian, Farsi, French, German, Gujarati, English Only, Hindi, Italian, Kurdish, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese.

Ages: 6+ Paperback
Dimensions: 10.9w x 9.2h inches

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Journey Through Islamic Arts/Bilingual March 26, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Sloughhouse, CA United States  
Reference to death saddened our students.  
The English font was a bit difficult to read in a group setting.  Translations were very good.  Illustrations and story line were engaging.

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