A series of folk tales, told by mothers and grandmothers, combining narrative pleasure, delightful situations and benefits for children.
The author re-introduces them with the aim of entertaining the whole family, through reading and listening to the delightful folklore Egyptian tales.
An alluring, yet sad, story written in a simple and smooth style that inspires the children to emphatically deal with grief. Sorrow is not the ground of outrage or despair; however it should be an inducement to accomplishment and achievement of a better life.
Ahmed Said , a thirteen-year-old boy, living a quite normal life in rural Egypt. Suddenly, his behavior undergoes major changes, he turns violent and nervous. Anything could make him angry and at times he gets into fights with his peers for the most trivial reasons.