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Wahsun al-Kabir al-Sharrir وحشون الكبير الشرير
By: Chabbert, Ingrid / Ill: Guridi

Language: Arabic


يُحِبُّ وَحْشون أَنْ يَكونَ وَحْدَهُ، وَأَنْ يَأْخُذَ قَيْلولةً تَحْتَ الشَّمْسِ… وَلكِنْ، ذاتَ يَوْمٍ، كانَ لِقاءٌ… سَيُغَيِّرُ حَياتَهُ!

The Big Bad Roar' (Le grand méchant Graou). The mere mention of his name - Roar - causes mass hysteria. Yet this animal has never bitten anyone. Behind The big bad Roar lies a new adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood where the 'wolf', here the victim of prejudice, lives alone, shut up in the middle of the forest. But the 'little red riding hood' of this story, will help the dreaded animal. Demonstrates the importance of discovery of the other without prejudice.

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Product Details
By:Chabbert, Ingrid / Ill: Guridi
Pages: 32 pp, color
Publisher:Samir Editeur, Beirut, 2015
Dimensions:21.5 x 28.5 cm
Topic:Children's Arabic Picture - Storybook - Age 3+

Wahsun al-Kabir al-Sharrir  وحشون الكبير الشرير

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