Levantine Arabic Diaries Blog

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Rita

A Child in My Parents’ Eyes

Rita and her mom had a lovely evening at a restaurant. But who ended up paying for dinner? (Hint: It wasn’t Rita or her mother!)

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Eman

Around Dubai

Eman tells us about Dubai, the city she lives in, and why she thinks it’s so amazing.

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Mariette

Lebanon’s Street Food Market

Mariette and her friends explore foods of the world at Lebanon’s traveling street food festival.

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Rita

A Vulnerable Patient

When Rita’s dad (pictured) is in the hospital, they find another patient in need of some help. What matter does Rita take into her own hands?

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Rita

Camel Tongue at the Palace?

Rita has a culinary adventure at the palace. She even tries camel tongue. What is the most adventurous thing you have ever eaten?

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Yumn

Cycling Around Tripoli

Yumn and her friends decide to bike around the city. What could possibly go wrong?

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Eman

Veto Power

Eman and her friend Leyla have an agreement in place: Veto Power. Eman tells us how it works and why it works for their friendship.

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Ammar

My Birthday in Berlin

Ammar tells us about his birthday trip to Berlin.

Levantine Arabic Diaries
Yumn

A Sad Story

Life can be full of surprises… and sad. Yumn tells us about one man’s interesting life story.

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Arabic Readers

Today I published the last title in the Levantine Arabic Readers series! So, we now have three series with fifteen books each: Egyptian Arabic, Levantine Arabic, and Modern Standard Arabic. I started the Arabic Readers project with Egyptian Arabic.  All of the writers were from the Cairo and Delta regions, where the dialect is rather

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