Princess Latifa and The Angry Spider By Ali Gator

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Princess Latifa and The Angry Spider By Ali Gator
ISBN: 9781921772108
Author: Ali Gator
Book Binding: Softcover
Pages 24
Size: 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Publication year: 2014
Language: Arabic
About This Book:
Ali Gator's "Princess Latifa and the Angry Spider" is a charming and inspiring children's book that takes young readers on a journey of empathy, understanding and the power of kindness. This book allows children to experience a world of compassion and courage via engaging narration and bright illustrations.
The Enchanted Forest:
Readers are introduced to Princess Latifa's enchanted kingdom, a place where nature and its inhabitants coexist in harmony. The woodland serves as the setting for a story that emerges with each page.
A Strange Encounter:
At the center of the story is a strange encounter between Princess Latifa and an angry spider. This unexpected encounter sets the foundation for an exceptional experience that teaches important lessons about empathy and compassion.
Overcoming Fear and Prejudice:
Young readers are taken on a voyage of empathy and patience as Princess Latifa connects with the furious spider and strives to understand its feelings. The story exemplifies the importance of taking the time to understand others and the transformative power of compassion.
Overcoming Fear and Prejudice:
Princess Latifa confronts her own anxieties and prejudices throughout her meeting with the spider. The book encourages young readers to examine their own prejudices and to approach new situations with an open heart and mind.
The Healing Power of compassion:
As the story progresses, readers see the healing power of compassion and empathy. Princess Latifa's efforts have a significant impact on the spider, reminding students of the value of extending a friendly hand even when confronted with anger or fear.

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