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Grandma Hekmatt Remembers : an Arab-American Family Story

by Ann Morris (Author), Peter Linenthal (Photographer/Illustrator)

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Shows Grandma in pre-hijab days in Egypt. She & all female adults in the family are in full hijab in US. Shows positive influence of masjid.
  fadeledu | Dec 11, 2013 |
Three Arab-American girls learn about their family and cultural history from their grandmother, who grew up in Cairo, Egypt, and moved to New Jersey after her marriage. Includes directions for making Egyptian paper boats.
  connieh1433 | Sep 24, 2007 |
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Linenthal, PeterPhotographer/Illustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Three Arab-American girls learn about their family and cultural history from their grandmother, who grew up in Cairo, Egypt, and moved to New Jersey after her marriage. Includes directions for making Egyptian paper boats.

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