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Hassalati -  my money box (Arabic). ©tirelire320x240.jpgCopyright: ©2006
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Hassalati - my money box (Arabic)
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Language(s): عربى

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This story talks about two brothers who get their allowance from their parents each morning, and their parents keep asking them to buy useful things.One day the child saw his brother wael putting his own allowance in his moneybox,and the child liked the idea and he asked his mother to buy him the same moneybox in order to start saving his money so he could depend on himself to participate in the school trip and fix his bike without asking his parents to do that.The moral theme of this story is to encourage children to save their allowance to depend on themselves and buy their own personal things.

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Place/Country: Syria
Type: Compilation
Author/Personalities: Asef Abdallah, author.
Production: Birzeit University, Palestine, producer. Arab Writers Union, Syria, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Birzeit University, Palestine; UNESCO

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