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Where the Streets Had a Name/Heenama Kan Lil Shawarai Asmaa (Arabic edition)

Where the Streets Had a Name/Heenama Kan Lil Shawarai Asmaa (Arabic edition)
Where the Streets Had a Name/Heenama Kan Lil Shawarai Asmaa (Arabic edition)

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ISBN: 9992142081
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Published: 20100426

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A laugh-out-loud story that is warm with humanity and nostalgia, Randa Abdel-Fattah's writing shines with an insightful and moving poignancy.


Randa tackles the Palestinian/Israeli conflict with humour and

compassion
Abdel-Fattah possesses a knack for bringing characters to life and can move easily between intense emotional drama and comedy
A laugh-out-loud story that is warm with humanity and nostalgia, Randa Abdel-Fattah's writing shines with an insightful and moving poignancy.
Randa Abdel-Fattah was born in Australia to Egyptian-Palestinian parents and lives in Sydney with her family where she is a practicing lawyer. Her previous books, Does My Head Look Big in This (2005) and Ten Things I Hate About Me (2009), received wide critical acclaim.
The author of Does My Head Look Big in This? and Ten Things I Hate About Me
Selected as a Notable Book by the Australian Children's Book Council
Winner of the Golden Inkys Award, Australia's teen choice book award
Shortlisted for the 2010 Adelaide Festival awards for literature

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