Amazing Card

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Category: Friendship, value for money, growing responsible. 

Before Marwan’s parents go on a trip, his Dad tells him that he can take anything he needs- within reason- from Uncle Farid’s shop in the neighborhood and from Uncle Hassan’s shop at school without having to pay.Will Marwan understand what his father means by” within reason”? and what is the secret of the amazing card?

In this story Marwan learns the value of money and the concept of limits. His father tells him he can take what he needs from the neighborhood shop and the school shop but within reason. Marwan enjoys the admiration of his classmates who marvel at how he can get all sorts of goodies from the shop without paying. When Marwan starts buying goodies for his friends, he becomes very popular. Dad is very angry at Marwan when he gets the bills from the two shops, but soon realizes that Marwan is not aware of where the money they spend comes from. He is under the impression that his father’s debit card is a magic card that can buy anything.

What we like about it: The story deals with many concepts that parents and teachers can discuss with their students like pocket money, the concept of limits, healthy food, the difference between sharing with friends and giving them things to become popular.

Samar Mahfouz Barraj: A Lebanese writer and translator of children’s books. She holds a BA degree and a Teaching Diploma from the American University of Beirut. She is married and has two daughters.

Her long teaching career sparked her passion for children literature and inspired her to write her own stories. Samar writes poems, songs and plays for children.

Mona Yakzan: A Lebanese Cypriot artist. She studied illustration and graphic design at Frederick University in Cyprus and got a BA degree in Graphic Design with Printing emphasis then continued studying at the Lebanese American University and got a second BA in Graphic Design with Digital emphasis and graduated with honors. Mona has illustrated a number of children's books as well as children's animation that won awards. She has participated in many workshops in illustration and animation in Lebanon and Europe. Mona strives to always bring something new to every project she works on.

Hiba Farran: A graphic designer and Illustrator. She graduated from the American University of Beirut with a Bachelor in Graphic Design. Hiba works on various design projects and illustration. She has Illustrated and designed several children’s books published in Lebanon and abroad. Currently she's interested in the visual translation of knowledge and data to the young audience.

Al Salwa Publishing (Jordan) 

SFr. 17.00
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