In a deserted apartment in down town Cairo, some dilapidated papers were found in an envelope, elegantly written on it in French: “Life is not always rosy”.
Throughout these papers is the story of a poor little child who lived in Montmartre district in Paris, and later became one of the most famous artists in Paris and the richest ever. Her dream to travel to Egypt became a reality when she was selected among a convoy called by Khedive Ismail to take care of the beauty of his city to turn it into a replica of the French capital. The life story of this artist takes us in a journey through time introducing us to Cairo in the 19th century. It’s another Cairo other than the one we know nowadays- one that we never saw or heard about.
Summary: An exciting new series of early learning novelty board books that combine Scholastic’s strength in learning with beautiful photography and clear designs to stimulate early learning. Lift the Flap First 100 Words is an entertaining board book that encourages children to lift the flaps and learn first words! Each page covers a different topic, and children will enjoy lifting the flaps to find extra words, opposites and visual surprises. Topics include pets, toys, food, clothes, out and about, things that go, farm animals, wild animals, bat…
Summary: An exciting new series of early learning novelty board books that combine Scholastic’s strength in learning with beautiful photography and clear designs to stimulate early learning. Look Who’s Talking! is a multibutton sound book with flaps to link pictures, words and, baby signing. Each of the ten sound buttons in the sound bar provides one word. Children can look at the picture, press the button, and hear the word! The book also features all 25 first words that your toddler should be using by age two. Flaps throughout the book also rev… Scholas
Transform and control your life
This book presents a practical guide for young people, it presents them with simple steps that can help them attain a better and happier life; where they can be content in their day to day actions and work life. Indeed, this book is a handbook for interpersonal relationships.
The author believes that our lives are only a number of moments that daily change our lives. We live such moments with our hearts and emotions and our actions are affected by them.
A moment of joy and laughter that fills the heart with fulfilled hopes, and a sad moment of crying eyes where pain prevails. A moment of love with deep emotions and close hearts upon which strong relations are built, and a moment of anger, loud voices and severe looks that destroys relations. In the moment of bewilderment, what man needs is a wise decision. In the moment of sickness, a person may need a close friend. In the moment of peace, man sees God’s love and bliss, and his heart is touched, another moment, sin is adorned before his eyes. A moment of birth when the family gathers around the child with hearts full of hope, and a moment of sadness and grief for the loss of a dear person.
A lot of moments pass by man, carving the most beautiful meanings in his heart, and other moments deprive him of the most beautiful values. In some moments he says: “Would that I had died before this, and had been forgotten and out of sight.”[Maryam 23], and other moments he feels extreme happiness.
How to manage the moments of our life and deal with them? Thanks for every moment that gave us the sense life, even if it was false or fake.
This unique introduction to the techniques and history of painting takes the young reader through more than 15,000 years of art, from cave painters to Picasso. Explore the Mona Lisa’s smile, Titian’s noises, Duccio’s artistic omelet, a Jackson Pollock splash, a king’s portrait, an entire battle, saints and sinners, knights and peasants, motorcars and animals; and paintings on every conceivable surface — walls, wood panels, cloth, glass, metal, bark, and leather.
Summary: With all the excitement surrounding homemade rubber band bracelets, we figured it was the perfect time to introduce a nextgeneration version of this supercool craft in an allnew, waytoocool color palette. Our exclusive onehanded loom makes bracelets from a continuous piece of stretchy cord so there’s no chance of a rubber band breaking and the whole bracelet unraveling. Frustrationfree results every time! Using 7 colors of cord and 7 colors of beads, kids customize 11 different styles to create bracelets that are uniquely their…
This book portrays the life of a young Egyptian woman who dreams of having a luxurious and lavish lifestyle and fantasizes about having loads of money and getting married into wealth.
Thus, she breaks up with her middle class fiancé, after he showed discontent with her personal successes, and decides to embark on a journey to her brother in the United States, where he lives with his family.
Troubles present themselves, as soon as she lands in the airport in New York, and no one sorts them out for her, except her brother’s boss, “Nabil Nassar” – a business man -, who happened to be in the airport on that day.
She then starts setting out on her plan to trap him into marrying her after having witnessed the extent of his authority and fortune. The events escalate excitingly leading to an unpredictable finale.
Summary: Make Clay Charms features simple stepbysteps for more than 30 different designs cute fruit, adorable animals, mini sweets, monsters, and tons more. Make your charms with the nine bright colors of clay, bake them, add shine (with our specially formulated glaze), and then attach your creations to the included bracelet. Comes with: 9 colors of clay (blue, pink, orange, yellow, green, purple, white, brown, bronze), charm bracelet, custom shaping tool, glaze with brush applicator, eye pins, jump rings, foldout drying and display rack
If you haven’t discovered washi tape yet, let us introduce you. Originating in Japan, washi tape works just like its plainer cousin, masking tape. It sticks easy to most surfaces and then peels off when you want it to. But, unlike masking tape, washi tape’s fresh patterns and juicy colors transform everything it sticks to into something beautiful. No wonder it’s taking the craft world by storm.
Angels who are infallible exist only in Heaven, but on earth, each one of us has his own book of sins, which he/she recites out of his/her own free will, profusely or out of ignorance, and walks his/her way towards it. The author highlights both elements of purity and sinfulness therein the characters, taking us on a journey into the inner life of each character, revealing unspoken words and shameful thoughts. The story’s events unfold to remove the veil over the reality and hidden sins of each character, subjecting it to the real test: “What will come after awareness? When is the time of purification?!”
“Mandan” is part II of “Agwan”, the winner of Etisalat Award for Best Book for Young Adults in 2013.
When Agwan failed to find her son who was kidnapped before delivery, she named him Mandan, after her father, hoping that this great name would help bring her son back. As she was struggling to maintain her status in her military unit, Splendour planet gets hit by a strong destructive storm; where by Al-Tarek rules over the state of Syghofya without acompetitor.