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Arabic Children's Stories in Colloquial Dialects - قُصَصْ بالعربيّة العَامِيِّة للأَطْفال 

Children's Books and Games in Arabic

We write stories in colloquial Arabic because we believe children best learn the language through the words they hear and speak every day. 
 
“The Girl Who Lost Her Imagination” and “Where Shall I Hide?” follow a young girl named Sheherazade. Both books are in Shami and Egyptian dialects.

NEW for the holidays: we are now selling Daradam's Arabic games.

ARABICITY | Wooden Memory Game by DARADAM

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ARABICITY | Wooden Memory Game by DARADAM

20.00

For months, we at Ossass have been playing with educational games in Arabic produced by our friends at Daradam. We used them to teach our daughter, Sheherazade, the Arabic alphabet, and the names and flags of the countries around the Arab world. Now we're offering them for sale in our online store. 

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إشتروا اللعبة | Buy The Game

A memory game highlighting traditional Arab architectural heritage.

A dozen architectural monuments were beautifully designed by the young Tunisian illustrator and comic strip artist Noha Habaieb.

This educational game gives a glimpse to children and adults of the splendor and diversity of Arabic and Islamic architecture and gives them the desire to discover more of the beauty and richness of this millenary art.

A set of 24 thick wooden cards representing the 12 illustrations and a game rule card in the following languages: Arabic, English, and French.