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The Haj Story

The Haj Story (Paperback)

By Ganeri, Anita

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Two traditional stories associated with the Muslim Hajj pilgramage are beautifully told and richly illustrated. Ages 5+ years.

ISBN 9780237527327
Published 1 June 2005 by Evans Publishing Group
Format Paperback
Series Festival Stories
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ISBN-13 9780237527327
ISBN-10 0237527324
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Publisher Evans Publishing Group
Imprint Evans Brothers Ltd
Publication Date 1 June 2005
International Publication Date 10 December 2004
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Ganeri, Anita
Series Festival Stories
Category Islam
Religious Festivals & Pilgrimages
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions Width: 210mm
Height: 265mm
Spine: 5mm
Weight 113g
Interest Age 7-9 years
Reading Age 7-9 years
NBS Text Reference & Home Learning
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 297.352
Catalogue Code 147941

Description of this Book

Exquisite watercolour illustrations breathe warmth and life into the story that lies behind the Muslim festival of Hajj, while spreads at the back provide background information on how the festival is celebrated. Two traditional stories associated with the Muslim Hajj pilgramage are beautifully told and richly illustrated.

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Author's Bio

Anita Ganeri was born in India but grew up and went to school and university in England. She spent many years working for publishers as an editor and foreign rights manager. Since then, she has written a staggering 300 plus books and is especially well know for the best-selling' Horrible Geography' series. The latest title in the series, Planet in Peril, won the Blue Peter Book Award 2009 for the Best Book with Facts. Anita is also the author of the hit 2009 title, The Explorers' Handbook: How to be the Best Around the World.

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