Winner of the Sheikh Zayed Award for Children's Literature, this is the story of a young girl who loves the animal stories from "Kalila wa-Dimna" so much that she dreams up more adventures for the animal characters with a notebook, pen, and her imagination. "Kalila wa-Dimna" is the most popular book ever written in Arab culture. It has been translated at least 200 times into 50 different languages.
|Title||Girl who tracked the characters of Ibn al-Muqaffa|
|Native Title||الفتاة التي اقتفت اثار شخصيات ابن المقفع|
|Children Book Format||Story Collection|
|Native Author Name||نبيهة محيدلي|