Heya, Homa, Hunna

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Country: 
Lebanon
Synopsis: 

A unique book that takes the form of a journal.

Two stories separated by blank pages to encourage the young reader to respond to the narrator’s stories about a girl called Nadia. Nadia is different from everybody else in this all girls’ school.

 In the first story, the narrator writes about the fact that she can’t stop staring at Nadia. There is something very different about her! She stares and stares but as soon as Nadia speaks to the narrator, they become friends just regular friends.

In the second story, Nadia wants to find a place for her in the queue. If she stands in the beginning, she will make the rest of the students late to class. If she stands in the middle, the first half of the queue will be in the class room much earlier them the second half that is standing behind her. And if she stands at the end of the queue, all the girls will all be in the classroom way before her! So where should she stand? She then figures out a smart solution that will make her be on time in her class without any delay.

Year of Publication: 
2010
ISBN Number: 
978-9953-0-1514-9
Number of Pages: 
50
Multi-lingual Edition?: 
No
Is the book translated?: 
No