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Bunny and Bear’s First Day of School is a New Egyptian Children’s Book About Accepting Differences

Bunny and Bear are Egypt’s newest national mascots in the world of children’s literature.

Sara Reda, Mostafa Taeeb, Bunny and Bear's First Day of School

It's bedtime, and for once your kid wants a new story before they go to sleep. You know better than anyone that this opportunity doesn't come along often - it's practically been months since they've been hooked on sessions of 'Goodnight Moon' every single evening come hell or high water. Well, may we recommend this new all-Egyptian children’s book series?

Written by Sara Reda and illustrated by Mostafa Taaeb, the first book in the 'Bunny and Bear' series, ‘Bunny and Bear: First Day of School’, is already available internationally on Amazon as well as at Barnes and Noble stores abroad.

The new book follows the pair of titular characters on their very first day at a school. The message behind the tale is to promote the importance of appreciating every person’s uniqueness, celebrating differences, and sharing our talents with others. Each book contains blank pages at the back to allow young learners to jot down important lessons you want them to remember on their own first day of school.

If you'd like to get your paws on a copy, you can find them on Amazon.

 


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