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The PBBY Administrative Committee is formed of the following members: Dr Sharif Kanaana, Prof of Anthropology (Advisor). Jehan Helou, Non-Formal Education and Social Work - President. Mary Fasheh, Senior Librarian - Vice President. Arham Damen, Arabic Teacher & Specialist in Children’s (...)

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The International Board on Books for Young People - Palestinian Section (PBBY) is pleased to launch its website The aim of our PBBY website is to connect effectively with our members, friends and friends to be. We believe that the dissemination of information about our activities, outcomes, (...)

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A Dialogue in the Morgue

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
This dialogue is between two little Palestinian sisters who died by bombardment in Gaza . (Lama is the younger one). Lama: It is too cold here, why is the grave too cold and shiny like metal? Hiba: This is not a grave; this is the morgue, which we used to see on TV. Lama: Do you think (...)


Stories of children about grandparents & homeland

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Stories of children about grandparents & homeland Name: Ghadeer Al Sha’er, 11 Years My grandfather’s will My father used to tell us what his father told him to do, he showed him the key of their house in Acre and told him about the land robbed by the Israelis. He asked them to fight hard (...)


Stories from Real Life

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Stories from Real Life My Forgotten Story I will not start with the usual “once upon a time” since what I am going to say has not yet become part of the past and is still on-going. One day, I went out with my family for an outing on the beach. While walking there I saw a young girl sitting by (...)


The Orphan Bird

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Rasha Jalal Basyouni- (11 years) Once upon a time there was a beautiful small bird. He was very sad because his mother died and left him alone. The bird flew far to visit his grandmother. When he got there, his grandmother hugged him, and he asked her to tell him a story. She told him a (...)


They Killed Everything We Love

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
They Killed Everything We Love In one of the black nights, and it was a Wednesday, the Israeli occupation invaded Beit Hanoun, and all the tanks with its artillery and huge bulldozers were destroying everything, and we slept scared, and in the black morning the tank fired on our house three (...)


Who Will Care for the Rose Tree

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Now That He Is Gone, Who Will Care For the Rose Tree Watching the sunset, here I am trying to put my feelings into words. It is not merely words and expressions that pass by, but rather deeply hearted feelings. Should I say they are the outcome of a combination of love and sadness? Or it is (...)


My Forgotten Story

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
I will not start with the usual “once upon a time” since what I am going to say has not yet become part of the past and is still on-going. One day, I went out with my family for an outing on the beach. While walking there I saw a young girl sitting by herself so I started walking slowly in her (...)


Timo and Farfur

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Timo and Farfur by Muna Wasef Azzaneen, 10 years Once upon a time there was a 9 year old boy named Timo, an only son to his parents. He liked to play and have fun but did not have any friends at school in spite of his excellent achievements. Timo suffered from being sick in his chest and from (...)


Friends of the kitchen

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Friends of the kitchen =1= I am the delicious orange. My juice is a health clinic =2= Ask the cold and the headache and the pain about me, I am the Lemon of Gaza strip. =3= I am the colorful grapes, the most delicious meal for man, they have me on charitable tables during the Holy Month (...)


Peace in Children’s Drawings

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
children express their views on Peace and emphasize that it should be based on Freedom, Justice and children’s Rights!


Kitchen Buddies

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Two girls drew vegetables found in Palestinian kitchens, with each saying something about itself.


Drawings: Aggression on Gaza

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
A collection of drawings depicting the Israeli aggression on Gaza.2008-9 Click on picture to enlarge it.


If I were a bird

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
A group of children with hearing impairment drew and animated the book ’ Lau Kunt Ta’ra’ (If I were a bird) after they discussed the story with the librarian in the PRCS in Khan Younis in Gaza. Lau Kunt Ta’ra written by Fatima Sharafeddine illustated by Amal Karzai and published by Dar Kalimat in (...)


Workshop for Children with Hearing Impairment

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Workshop for children with hearing impairment illustrations and puppet making


Video: Children with Special Needs

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Video: Khan Yunis, Gaza at the Palestine Red Crescent


Workshop with Children with Hearing Impairment 2

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin
Workshops with children with hearing impairment: Creative writing and drama


Bibliotherapy Workshop

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin


Workshop with Children with Hearing Impairment 2

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin


Workshop with Children with Hearing Impairment

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin


Story Writing, Illustrating & Making a Book

Monday 10 February 2014 by admin

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