A young girl reveals her fondest memories of growing up with her grandmother in Iran, from early morning prayers and homemade chadors to volunteering at the mosque and enjoying tea with friends and neighbors. It is easy to admire the thoughtful, loving, and sweet relationship that blossoms between the two as they share the daily joys and comforts of their Muslim faith. Colorful patterns and delicate, detailed drawings highlight Middle Eastern culture and customs.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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