Humpy Grumpy Saves the Day!

Told in Julia Johnson’s engaging rhyme and illustrated with Emily Styles’ distinctive water colors, this book of illustrated verse is suitable as a reading book for children aged 5-7, and is an ideal picture book for younger children.

In paperback. 

Buy in the United Arab Emirates.

£4.99

Humpy Grumpy’s Mission Improbable

The wild adventures of the popular Humpy Grumpy camel continue in Humpy Grumpy’s Mission Improbable!

Humpy loves the movies and dreams of being an action star – driving fast cars, scaling tall buildings and catching criminals.

One day all his wishes come true as he is thrown straight into the action for real – the tallest building in the world is surely no match for the coolest camel in Dubai.

Will Humpy’s improbable rescue mission succeed? In paperback.

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£5.99

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

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

Oman to China: The Sindbad Voyage

This children’s book tells the story of a curious camel called Mustafa and his adventures with Captain Sindbad across the seas from Oman to China. They make stops along the way where Mustafa makes many friends and learns new things about sailing, the ocean, and other countries. Along with Sindbad’s own tales, this makes a charming story for children of all ages. In English and Arabic.

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In paperback

£6.00

Omani Folk Tales

A unique collection of traditional Omani folk tales. In an age where the oral traditions are being cast aside and forgotten, we hope that these folk tales will encourage today’s youth to remember their past.

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In hardback

£12.00

One Humpy Grumpy (Arabic and English)

Humpy Grumpy Camel first appeared on the scene more than a decade ago with a cameo appearance in Julia Johnson’s A is for Arabia, and now he’s famous! In One Humpy Grumpy Camel, he appears with a whole new cast of characters!

In paperback. 

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£4.99

One Humpy Grumpy Camel

Humpy Grumpy Camel first appeared on the scene more than a decade ago with a cameo appearance in Julia Johnson’s A is for Arabia, and now he’s famous! In One Humpy Grumpy Camel he appears with a whole new cast of characters – five silly billy goats, eight baby scorpions and nine busy beetles, 13 wise old men and 14 dancing girls, and many more – all of whom make counting fun for every child.

Reprinted by MPL for the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature in March 2016, this book of illustrated verse is suitable as a reading book for children aged 5-7, and is an ideal picture book for younger children.

In paperback

£5.00

Saluki: Hound of the Bedouin

This beautifully illustrated children’s book by Julia Johnson tells the story of a young Bedouin boy whose devotion to his dog, Saluki draws him on exciting and sometimes hazardous adventures. A wonderful story to be enjoyed by children between the ages of 6 and 11.

In paperback. 

Buy in the United Arab Emirates.

£9.99

Samir’s Underwater Adventures

This charming children’s story introduces us to the wonders of the deep that many of us will never be able to see (unless we become divers). Samir, a young Omani boy, learns to dive so that he can see the beautiful fish and underwater life that surrounds Oman.

In paperback

£6.00