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The jasmine sneeze
Haroun, the cat, loves snoozing in the courtyard, yet the sweet-scented jasmine flowers make him sneeze! Can he find a way to fix the problem?
|Statement||Nadine Kaadan ; illustrated by Nadine Kaadan|
|Contributions||Kaadan, Nadine, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
The Jasmine Sneeze by Nadine Kaadan features Haroun, a cat in Damascus that absolutely loathes the smell of jasmine, and decides to do something about it. Last year, Kaadan released a second title with Lantana Publishing, which she translated from the original Arabic. The narrative of Jasmine shuttles between then-present-day Iowa and the chronology of its eponymous protagonist's odyssey from Hasnapur, India to New York City and eventually to Baden, overarching chronology of the novel begins when Jasmine (then Jyoti) is seven years old and receives an ominous prophecy from a fakir that she will be widowed and live in exile.
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Overview Information Jasmine is a plant. The flower is used to make medicine. Jasmine has been used for liver disease (), pain due to liver scarring (), and abdominal pain due to severe diarrhea. The Jasmine Sneeze is a fantastically vibrant read which takes the reader through a world of senses, accompanied by a comical cat. Sauntering through the city of Damascus, the reader follows Haroun on his quest to appease the Jasmine Spirit. I haven’t read such a satisfying picture book in a .
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" /5(7). The problem is, everywhere Haroun goes, the smell of jasmine follows. Everyone loves the scent of blooming jasmine―except Haroun.
It makes him sneeze, and he can't sleep with all that smell. So he devises a plan to quell the smell, hiding his old stinky fish and chicken bones at /5(7). Get this from a library. The jasmine sneeze. [Nadine Kaadan] -- Haroun, the cat, likes nothing better than to spend his days sleeping in the sunlit courtyards of Damascus.
But one thing always ruins his sleep: jasmine. Haroun can't stand the sweet-scented. The Book. The Jasmine Sneeze by Nadine Kaadan (Lantana Publishing, ) The Author/Illustrator.
Nadine Kaadan is an award-winning children’s author and illustrator. She has published over 15 books inspired by her Syrian cultural heritage, including two in English with Lantana Publishing (The Jasmine Sneeze and Tomorrow).
She was born in. Discover jasmine flowers. Why I Like this Book: The Jasmine Sneeze is a sweet and humorous story of Haroun the cat with a sneezing problem who tries to solve it to the detriment of others in the community. There is a fairy tale quality to the story including a touch of magic with a Jasmine Spirit who punishes Haroun for his selfish mistreatment.
A story of thoughtfulness, The Jasmine Sneeze is a delightful children’s book telling the adventures of Haroun the cat as he battles with his own personal dislike of the Jasmine scent, and the.
The Jasmine Sneeze (Book): Kaadan, Nadine: Haroun, the cat, likes nothing better than to spend his days sleeping in the sunlit courtyards of Damascus. But one thing always ruins his sleep: jasmine. Haroun can't stand the sweet-scented flowers. Their pollen sends him into fits of sneezes.
So one day, Haroun hatches a plan to fix the problem. The Jasmine Sneeze by Nadine Kaadan is a good book. I like that the story is inspired by her great-grandmother. The pictures are cute and colorful. I like the cat, Haroun. He is funny and sneaky.
I like that he hides his favorite things in the jasmine plants around the town. Jasmine is a novel by Bharati Mukherjee set in the s about a young Indian woman in the United States who, trying to adapt to the American way of life in order to be able to survive, changes identities several times. Mukherjee's own experiences of dislocation and displacement in her life helps her in recording the immigrant experience of the protagonist in this : Bharati Mukherjee.
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A story of thoughtfulness, The Jasmine Sneeze is a delightful children s book that manages to capture perfectly what the Jasmine means to the people of Damascus.
Children will be captured by the cheeky portrayal of Haroun, and those too young to read will be mesmerised by his antics.
--Noor Ahmed, Middle East Monitor/5(8). I loved this book. The illustrations are beautiful. I especially loved the colors. They were soft and seemed exotic in a way that fit with the story. I felt sorry for the poor cat who still had to sneeze, but I still liked the story. I was especially pleased with the little extra in the back, explaining the history of the story.
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Lantana Publishing,32pp. Publication Date: March 1, Haroun, the cat, likes nothing better than to spend his days sleeping in the sunlit courtyards of Damascus.
Yet one thing always ruins his sleep: jasmine. The sweet-scented flowers send him into fits of sneezes. One day, Haroun hatches a plan to fix the problem, but little does he know that the Jasmine Spirit has a trick or two up her sleeve.
The Jasmine Sneeze by Nadine Kaadan is an entertaining story that sheds a welcome light onto Syria’s long and proud cultural heritage in a period of history marred by war.5/5(1). A selection of resources to accompany 'The Jasmine Sneeze', by Nadine Kaadan, a story about a mischievous cat living in Damascus.
A text that sheds a welcome light onto Syria’s long and proud cultural heritage in a period of history marred by war. The text and resources are most suitable for KS1 and the lower end of KS2. Discover jasmine flowers. Why I Like this Book: The Jasmine Sneeze is a sweet and humorous story of Haroun the cat with a sneezing problem who tries to solve it to the detriment of others in the community.
There is a fairy tale quality to the story including a touch of magic with a Jasmine Spirit who punishes Haroun for his selfish mistreatment. The book is called The Jasmine Sneeze, published by Lantana Publishing, and it will be one of the first books in the UK that highlights Syrian culture and heritage for a younger age group.
It will be a departure from the clichés and orientalist images that too many western children’s books project on the Middle : Grace Beard.NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e-galley or digital galley form. Members register for free and can request review copies or be invited to review by the publisher.SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides for challenging works of literature.
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