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"A Tale of Two Colors" Wins the Prestigious Sharjah Children's Book Award


The 14th Sharjah Children's Reading Festival has just come to a close, and with it, the winners of the prestigious Sharjah Children's Book Award have been announced. Among the winners in the category "Arabic Children's Book for ages 4-12 years old" is the heartfelt and inspiring story "A Tale of Two Colors" by author Abdulla Al-Sharhan, published by Ajyal. Let's dive into the details of this wonderful accomplishment and learn more about the book that has captivated the hearts of children and adults alike.


🏆 Celebrating the Best in Children's Literature 🏆


The Sharjah Children's Book Award is an annual event that recognizes and celebrates the best in children's literature. The 14th edition of the festival saw a multitude of talented authors and illustrators come together to showcase their work, all vying for the coveted prize in various categories. Among the winners, "A Tale of Two Colors" stood out as a shining example of an engaging and meaningful story that can inspire children and adults alike.


📖 "A Tale of Two Colors" - A Story of Coexistence and Harmony 📖


"A Tale of Two Colors" is a beautifully written and illustrated book that tells the story of a colorless world where everything is in black and white. The arrival of two unique creatures, each with their own distinct color, shakes things up and helps the inhabitants of this world understand the beauty of embracing differences and coexisting in harmony.