Birds in Oman

This colourful little book for mothers and toddlers introduces young readers to the many different varieties of birds that inhabit Oman. In English and Arabic.

In paperback

£6.00

Birdwatching Guide to Oman

A second book by experts Hanne and Jens Eriksen, this time also with Dave E. Sargeant, brings us the definitive guide to bird watching in Oman and includes stunning photography and location charts to track the birds.

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Fatah al Khair: Oman’s Last Ghanja

Complete with fascinating photographs depicting times present and past, this book delves into a particular aspect of Omani maritime history and explores every aspect of the last fully functioning ghanja in Oman, as well as the people that sailed them.

In hardback

£25.00

Historic Muscat

A unique concept of historical watercolour sketches of Oman from the early 1950s, presented in this spiral note book, allows the visitor to make and record their own observations as they travel the country.

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In hardback

 

£12.00

I See in the Sea of Oman

Another colourful little read in the series of mother and toddler books, helping children to learn to read and write in English and Arabic. This time observing many different fish that live in the seas surrounding Oman.

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In paperback

£6.00

Islamic Art in Oman

A unique insight into the Islamic arts and crafts of the region. The developments and benefits that have taken place over the last 20 years are documented in detail, promoting cultural awareness and an awareness of the civilisation and beauty of the architecture and archaeology of Oman.

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In hardback

£50.00

Mammals in Oman

Another colourful little read in the series of mother and toddler books, helping children to learn to read and write in English and Arabic, this time observing the many different mammals that can be found in Oman.

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In paperback

£6.00

Memoirs of an Omani Gentleman from Zanzibar

A personal narrative by a native Zanzibari official who fled the revolution after being imprisoned and came to Oman via Libya. At 94 years of age Saud Al Busaidi has proved himself to be a master storyteller in true Omani fashion. This book is as informative and fascinating as it is heart-warming and inspiring.

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In hardback

£20.00

Oases of Oman

A book filled with photographs focusing on the ecosystems of the many oases of the Omani desert, as well as depicting daily life for the communities that inhabit them.

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In hardback

£20.00

Oman 1965

Rare photographs support an account of Oman as it was in 1965, prior to the days of HM Sultan Qaboos. In the time before unification, when the country was known as Muscat and Oman, these photos portray traditional life as it once was.

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In hardback

£20.00