Jekar Khourchid: The Neighbour's Tree
Date/Time: Friday 3 February 2023 17:30-18:15
Session No: 161
What does the tree next door hold? What exciting events occur among our neighbourhood heroes of various colours, shapes, and sizes?
Look around: everyone is a different shape and form, and there is beauty in this! So how can we connect with people who appear to be different from us, and, more importantly, why are we different?
Together, we will listen to this story with writer, Jeker Khourchid, and learn the value of peaceful coexistence.
Jekar Khourchid is a Syrian writer and poet, who has published over than 300 children’s books. He also writes for many children's magazines, most notably: Majid , Al-Araby Al-Sagheer, Ahmed Magazine, Osama Al-Hayat, among others. He won the 2006 Sharjah Award for Arab Creativity. He was also nominated for the 2022 Arab Children’s Book Publisher Forum Award. He currently resides in The Hague, Netherlands.