Nine- years old Saied gets hurt in an accident that involves one of his schoolmates. He wakes up to find himself in an imaginary journey inside a deserted forest, where he confronts all his inner thoughts and behaviors that manifest themselves as physical obstacles and dangers that surround him from each direction, threatening his safety and wellbeing.
You could hear a pin drop… and they knew that not before long, there will be screams, overpowered by the roars of guns and wailing of women nearby.
They might be raping a woman before the eyes of her husband and children, or killing a father in front of his children and turn his house’s yard into a blood filled pond…all of this is taking place now.
The author with sincere awareness, a loving heart and a captivating style, raises very critical issues relating to Egypt and corrects many wrong widespread misconceptions.
She sets an absolutely new meaning to the term “Egyptian”. The uniqueness of that book lies in the clear description of the case of Egypt in each and every phase of its long history and through each and every plight it went through, thereby opening peopleÕs minds and hearts to comprehend and understand that Egypt is alive and has not died despite all the difficult times it went through. The author stresses in her book the great contribution of Egypt humanity in all aspects of life, including the religious and artistic fields as well as human development.
The book depicts in a fictional kind of narration a set of historical events and incidents that took place on the sides of the Blue River in the Middle Ages in one of the most powerful states of Abyssinia, the Christian state of Alawa.
The writer depicts the city, providing a careful and detailed description of life there, from the markets, to slave trade, to houses, to the conflict between the Church and the Palace – how it erupted and aggravated to reach a war that jeopardized the safety and existence of the entire kingdom – and the role of the King’s translator, Delmar, and his grandson Sisi in keeping the secrets of the kingdom and supporting the King.
For countless years, the people of the city of “Petra” have lived through the hardships of its cursed terrain. Finally Cooper and his knights gathered their remnants and headed towards it, as the last shield against this lifeless desert.
The Gate is the Key to Victory, he said to himself, as the moons light was shining over the vast desert.
Will he be able to conquer this city?
In the cities of the parallel worlds, we see the triumphant knight of the kingdom of Hazan, as he courageously fights in order to dominate the army and watch him as he wanders off in his own mind, thats filled with plentiful memories, a moment of grief and pain, as well as joy and happiness.
There he was, amidst the clanks of the swords and the blaze of the arrows, feeling as though he was still in the middle of the battlefield until the kings messenger interrupted him.
Why does the king want to see him?
This novel aims at educating teens and raising their self-awareness. Its events revolve around Ramez, a very opinionated pre teen has no tolerance for different opinions from his family or friends, Suddenly, he finds himself in the Kingdom of Words, and realizes that the lack of speaking and communication skills lead to quarrels and fights. He felt a great deal of pain and decided to learn the skill of deal with the differences with others.
Summary: Emily, Navin, and the crew arrive in the lost city of Cielis, but they soon realize it is not the utopia they expected to find. While Trellis and Luger are taken prisoner, Emily is forced to fight for her life in a series of tests that will determine who among the new generation of young Stonekeepers will join the Guardian Council, the powerful group of Stonekeepers who govern Alledia. As the number of competitors gets smaller and smaller, a terrible secret is slowly uncovereda secret that will change the lives of our heroes forever…
God created nature in the most splendid order and balance, assigning each of his creatures a definite role to do; the absence of any of those creatures can have disastrous consequences. In spite of the insects minute size and frailty, they are indispensable, due to their momentous function, for instance, worms feed on our wastes, and remains, thus ridding us of them, and bees give us the delicious honey, with its infinite benefits. Without insects, even the soil suffers, and becomes weak and sick. Will the lion forgive the mosquito once he has learned all this valuable information?
In Cairo cafes and on its roads were their encounters for long years. This is a debate about democracy, that is a conversation on the development of countries and those are thoughts on the relationship of the ruler and the people and the means of organizing authority in the homeland Talks and conversations among the public and private; among the tutor Naguib Mahfouz and the comrade Gamal
Ghitani whereby both are professors.
With the departure of Ghitani, these boards remain as a special window that provides a view of a unique relationship in the world
of Arabic literature not only for being between two Arab authors in the modern era, but because it provides us with a unique vision, free of any personal interest, to issues that will remain crucial in human life regardless of the name, race or color.