Dima badly wants a pair of blue shoes she saw, but has to wait until Eid for her mum to buy them for her. On the morning of Eid, she puts on her new dress with her matching new blue shoes and goes to her grandparents' house where the whole family has gathered to celebrate. A simple, well written book, The Eid Shoes is an interesting account of Eid as seen through the eyes of yound Dima.
Fatima Sharafeddine is a writer, translator, and editor of children's and young adult literature living in Beirut and Brussels. She has written and published over 120 books, many of which have been translated into various languages. Samar Mahfouz Barraj is a prominent and award-winning Lebanese writer of children's and young adult literature in Arabic who haMore about Fatima Sharafeddine