"A bitter, metallic taste rises to my tongue. I take a deep breath, put my key in the lock, and shove open the door."
For Women in Translation Month (#WITMonth), eight books for younger readers, written by women and translated to English, for readers in utero and up.
But, while book fairs in the UAE's Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah have made international headlines, little has been said about the Doha International Book Fair, underway now.
A cross-post from Read Kutub KIDS. Writing keeps your inner balance, just like painting, dancing, or playing music. - Fatima Sharafeddine Fatima Sharafeddine (fatimasharafeddine.com) is perhaps the most prominent contemporary author of Arabic children's literature. Born in Beirut in 1966, over the last five years, Sharafeddine has written and published more than 45 books, and … Continue reading Great Arabic Children’s Book Authors: Fatima Sharafeddine