Unload Your Own Donkey

Part of the popular proverb series, Unload your own Donkey is a selection of sayings from the Gulf region and joins its sister titles, Apricots Tomorrow and The Son of a Duck is a Floater.

These collections of popular wisdom, wittily illustrated by the cartoonist Kathryn Lamb, are books to browse through, smile at and learn from. Each book contains over 100 proverbs from all over the Arab world. Primrose Arnander and Ashkhain Skipwith are both formerly resident in the Middle East.

In hardback.

Our other proverb books.

£9.95
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Hidden In The Sands: Uncovering Qatar’s Past (English)

The first book of its kind to be published for a general readership from youngsters upwards, Hidden in the Sands: Uncovering Qatar’s Past is the fascinating, fun and educational story of Qatar’s heritage and the exciting discoveries being made by archaeologists.

This informative and delightful book is published through the generosity of Maersk Oil as part of its programme to support education and unlock Qatar’s history and heritage.

Also available in Arabic 

In paperback

£12.95 £8.95
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Hidden In The Sands: Uncovering Qatar’s Past (Arabic)

The first book of its kind to be published for a general readership from youngsters upwards, Hidden in the Sands: Uncovering Qatar’s Past is the fascinating, fun and educational story of Qatar’s heritage and the exciting discoveries being made by archaeologists.

This informative and delightful book is published through the generosity of Maersk Oil as part of its programme to support education and unlock Qatar’s history and heritage.

Also available in English

In paperback

£12.95 £5.99

Arab Falconry (Revised English Edition)

Delve into the mystique of the tradition of falconry in the Middle East. Since pre-Islamic times, Arabia has had a proud history of flying hawks, including sakers, lanners and peregrines. From Morocco to Pakistan, falconers, princes and sheikhs come together at hunting camps to share their experiences and techniques for trapping hawks and flying them at quarry…

In hardback

£35.00

Arab Falconry (Arabic)

Delve into the mystique of the tradition of falconry in the Middle East. Since pre-Islamic times, Arabia has had a proud history of flying hawks, including sakers, lanners and peregrines. From Morocco to Pakistan, falconers, princes and sheikhs come together at hunting camps to share their experiences and techniques for trapping hawks and flying them at quarry…

In hardback

£35.00