The Dinner of Smells by Humaira Rashid
  

The Dinner of Smells

Written by Humaira Rashid
Illustrated by Jamie Lenman
Part of the White Wolves: Stories from World Religions Series

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Synopsis

The Dinner of Smells by Humaira Rashid

When a poor man stands enjoying the smells from a restaurant, its greedy owner charges him for the privilege! Can Nasruddin, the wise man, save him from jail? Lively retelling of a Muslim folk tale with gorgeous illustrations by Jamie Lenman, featuring the famous character Nasruddin. For below average readers at KS1. Book band: Gold Ideal for ages: 5+

About the Author

Humaira Rashid was born in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. From a young age she took up writing, compiling books of short stories and poems. In 2008 she won the Muslim Writers Award for the Under-16 Short Story, and the subsequent year, won the adult Unpublished Short Story category, as well as the Muslim Writers of the Year Award for her story Crash and Burn. She is currently studying Medicine at university, and continues to write in her spare time.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Humaira Rashid
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st January 2013

ISBN

9781408156490


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