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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Sabir, the baby camel, and his mother were thirsty and they were looking for water in the desert. They joined the camel train going to Paradise, which was a famous oasis in the heart of the desert. A strong windy sandstorm that happened at that time dragged them backward, and Sabir and his mother could not see anything. Sabir was tired and he did not want to walk anymore. He couldn't see or hear anything during the storm and he lost his mother and his way. Sabir decided to wait for the sky to clear again. Sabir was lonely and tired and he slept. Would he find his mother?
Sabir's Paradise by Dr. Amal Alaboud is an adorable story of friendship and being helpful to others. The portrayal of Sabir, Hammam, and Tammam is wonderful and Nour Altouba gives them an identity and personality with his colorful illustrations. The pictures also bring to life the desert and make the book captivating for the young reader. This bilingual book in English and Arabic will bring smiles to the faces of children and connect with a wider section of the audience, both English and Arabic speaking.