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Arab Arab All Year Long!

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Arab Arab All Year Long!
Written by Cathy Camper
Format: Hardback
ISBN-13: 9781536213959
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Arab Arab All Year Long!

author: Cathy Camper
illustrator: Sawsan Chalabi

Wrapping grape leaves, playing doumbek, drawing henna tattoos,
we’re Arab, Arab, Arab, the whole year through!


Yallah! From January to December, join some busy kids as they partake in traditions old and new. There’s so much to do, whether it’s learning to write Arabic or looking at hijab fashion sites while planning costumes for a local comic convention. With details as vivid as the scent of jasmine and honeysuckle perfume (made to remind Mom of Morocco), children bond with friends, honor tradition, and spend loving time with family. Accompanied by buoyant and charming illustrations, this portrait of Arab life and childhood zeal is sure to bring joy all year round. Back matter includes an extensive glossary and notes to enrich the experience for readers of any culture.

Celebrate the beauty and diversity of life in the Arab diaspora throughout the year.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$18.99 / $24.99
isbn-10/isbn-13:
1536213950 /  9781536213959
on sale date:
06/2022
type/format:
Picture Books / Hardback
age range:
3 yrs - 7 yrs
# of pages/size:
32 / 9 7/16" x 9 1/16"
grade range:
Preschool - Grade 2
 
subjects:
People & Places; Concepts; Religion;
author’s comments:
Cathy Camper is the author of the Lowriders series, illustrated by Raúl the Third; Ten Ways to Hear Snow, illustrated by Kenard Pak; and several other books for young readers. She is a proud Arab American of Lebanese descent and a founding member of the Portland Women of Color zine collective. Cathy Camper currently lives in Portland, Oregon, where she has worked as a writer, artist, and librarian.
illustrator’s comments:
Sawsan Chalabi is an award-winning artist and designer. She is the illustrator of H Is for Haiku, written by Sydell Rosenberg. Born in Lebanon, Sawsan Chalabi now lives in the Washington, DC, area.
 
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