Suitable for ages seven to twelve, this short story series helps enhance feelings of responsibility and self-control in children at this age. At the same time, it teaches them right from wrong, as well as how to respect and appreciate others’ rights, obey their fathers and mothers, and preserve morals such as respecting time and rules, and preserving cleanliness.
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Dar al-Rouqy, 2009
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Children's Arabic Stories
These stories assist in the process of educating children, aiming to familiarize the child with himself and to increase his skills. The series also aims to be fun while teaching proper social behaviors, how to utilize free time, and develop talents (such as drawing, sports, and various hands-on educational and artistic projects). These types of stories help build the child’s personality. There is a group of social attributes that contributes to the personality of children, such as cooperation, compassion and honesty; these attributes are in contrast with negligence, greed, bad temperaments and attitudes, and negative physical characteristics related to the body’s health. This series attempts to develop the best and most balanced of these attributes within children. Further, these stories serve to guide children in combating harmful practices (such as preventing littering on the ground or in the public parks).