Fadi thinks his mom loves his baby brother more than him because she is always taking care of him. But then something happens to show him that his mom loves him just as much.
Just like the leaves in autumn, things, and people die. A little girl learns to cope with the passing of her beloved uncle by looking at nature's lessons.
Amir is a very naughty boy. His parents don't know what to do? Maybe grandma, who just came from the village, can help.
A little animal is being teased by the children. They always pull his tail. How will he solve his problem?
To be an organized community, everbody has to do his or her job properly. Squirrel goes to the forest where he watches the ants and learns about community and cooperation.
Castor the squirrel wonders if the heart has sound. When he tries to find the answer, he learns that not only the heart, but also the brain and other "silent" things have sounds, you just have to listen.
It is Hossam's birthday and the birthday cake that his mother made for him is too small for all the friends that came to his party. What will he do about that?
Owl has a lot of books at her house, but they are messy. She asks her friends to help her organize them by color.
A story to help young readers learn the concept of time.
When I go to school in the morning, the sun is behind me and I see my shadow. At lunchtime, my shadow is very short. In the afternoon, when the sun is in front of me, I don't see my shadow. Where is my shadow?
On a warm day the mom and dad animals wake up from an afternoon nap and can't find all the babies, but the babies have a big surprise. This book helps children learn the sounds that animals make.
A little girl asks her mother if there is a watermelon in her tummy. Her mother says, "no, honey, it is a baby brother for you." The mother then tells her daughter all about her when she was inside mama's tummy. A book about pregnancy and siblings.