`I am not thinking of learning any profession whatsoever.' Though Aladdin's childhood had been full of beauty, comfort and happiness, without any trace of sadness or sorrow, he entirely failed to learn the lessons of hard work and responsibility. And so it seems Aladdin will never achieve anything - until after his father's death a man arrives who claims to be his long-lost uncle, promising Aladdin and his mother wealth and status if only Aladdin will help him on a perilous quest involving a magic ring, a cave, and a very dusty old lamp.EU Toy Safety Directive - No warning
Haikam Alkhawaja is a researcher and theatre critic. He worked as an Arabic language teacher at Syrian high schools and he was involved in establishing many cultural and literary magazines. A winner of several awards and a member of the Arab Writer's Union, he has more than eighty publications in literature, theatre and critical studies. Sura Ghazwan is an Iraqi children's story writer and illustrator. Born in 1989, she graduated from Baghdad University with a degree in English translation. She has practiced visual art for as long as she remembers, has had several exhibitions, and won a number of awards.