Did you know that Portuguese sailors who travelled to the East wore long baggy trousers called bombacha pantaloons? Or that Roman togas were so long that people needed help putting them on? This children’s publication – in separate English, Arabic and French editions – uses some of Louvre Abu Dhabi’s finest artworks from across the ages and continents to shed some light on what people wore and why they wore them.
This title was produced both in print and in flipbook editions:
A series of bright educator’s guides in separate English, Arabic and French editions aimed at helping teachers to conduct self-led tours of Louvre Abu Dhabi, as well as related student guides and maps. By using in-gallery activities that are intended for different age groups, these guides foster learning by encouraging observational, analytical, communication and critical thinking.
Something magical has happened to Danny’s story… his characters have escaped to explore the world! What if the only way to make them get back in the book is if you read about them?
Gold winner of five prizes in the US, including the prestigious IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award.
Accompanying the ground-breaking exhibition Hajj: Memories of a Journey, which opened to the public in September 2017, a series of resources for children was produced to shed light on the collection of beautiful historic objects and the related narrative of the faith and tenets of Islam. In addition to the English and Arabic Educator Resource Guide, there are separate gallery cards and a scrapbook in English and Arabic.
Issued with its individual packet of pencils, this dual-language English-Arabic children’s book centres on Maawia and Hwida, two Sudanese children who are excavating at Meroe as part of the archaeological team. The illustrations bring to life the historical processes taking place, each page highlighting a different part of the iron production process.