The Girl Who Lost Her Smile

The Girl Who Lost Her Smile

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Baker & Taylor
Presents the story, inspired by the writings of Jallal al-Din Rumi in a collection of Sufi poetry and short stories known as Mathnawi, of Jehan, a young girl living in Baghdad who unexpectedly finds a reason to smile.

Orca Book Publishers
A girl discovers the secret to happiness.
In the wonderous city of Baghdad lives a young girl called Jehan. One morning, Jehan wakes and sees that her smile is lost. She looks everywhere. Jugglers and fire-eaters come to help her find it. Artists paint murals on the walls of her room. They all try their hardest to entertain Jehan, but still, she cannot find her smile. Derived from a collection of Islamic stories, The Girl Who Lost Her Smile is a simple folktale about uncovering life's hidden beauty.

Publisher: London ; Vancouver : Tradewind Books, c2000
ISBN: 9781896580401
1896580408
9781896580159
1896580157
Characteristics: [30] p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Czernecki, Stefan 1946-

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