Mouhannad Alakous: A Watermelon in Mars
Date/Time: Monday 6 February 2023 09:00-10:00
Session No: 702
Join author Mouhanned Alakous to discover how a password created by a group of kids leads the life forms of Mars to believe that war is about to break out!
What do watermelon seeds have to do with this? And how do the characters deal with the situation they find themselves in? Most importantly, how will you, our little readers, judge them? Can you decide whether the protagonists of A Watermelon in Mars did anything wrong?
Mouhanned Alakous is a Syrian writer and scenarist who writes stories, novels, poetry and screenplays. To date, he has published over 350 books! Alakous has won numerous awards, and his works have been translated into eight languages. He coordinated the production of a story series for the Ministry of Education in the Sultanate of Oman, and wrote several radio and television programs targeted to children and families.
This session is only available to purchase by schools for school students.