“When people see young people in their neighbourhood becoming doctors and engineers, others also start sending their children to school,” said Afridi, who has curated a ledger of 4,000 titles in three languages — English, Urdu and Pashto.
Sharjah Public Library has dedicated a special section that houses 3,102 rare books under 912 titles that are considered the rarest Arabic, English, French, Persian, and German books and manuscripts in the world, covering a broad range of topics...
The Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) has explored ways to advance cultural partnerships between Sharjah and Russian cities during its participation in the 37th International Board on Books for Young People Congress (IBBY World Congress) in Moscow.
The collection contains rare historical literature books dating back to the late 19th century. This addition enriches the House's vast cultural and knowledge storehouse for visitors wishing to explore the history of the Middle East.
As Market Focus at the 49th London Book Fair, Sharjah is offering visitors as well as votaries of the English European cultural movement an opportunity to explore closely the aesthetics and techniques of Arabic calligraphy.
Books are the best companion of children when it comes to building their future and enhancing their wisdom. The United Arab Emirates leadership always proves with action and leads from the front to build an educated, skilful and solid society. The educated society is the guarantee for the bright future of the country (“Bodour graces
The move is part of the UAEBBY's Kan Yama Kan initiative to provide quality books to displaced children living in areas with limited access to books.
The Etisalat Award for Arabic Children’s Literature (EAACL), organised by the UAE Board on Books for Young People (UAEBBY) and supported by Etisalat, has offered public and private schools in the UAE a curated collection of titles which have previously won the prestigious prize with the aim of making quality literature accessible to UAE’s schoolchildren.