Manu Sareen

Iqbal Farooq and the Guiding Star

This is a very different Christmas story. Meet Iqbal Farooq and his family – for the first time in English:
It is December 24th and Iqbal’s dad just got a great idea:
“Let's have the biggest and most spectacular Christmas tree in the whole building. No, in the whole neighbourhood,” Dad shouted.
But since his idea involves Iqbal’s crazy uncle Rafig, it probably means trouble.
Manu Sareen is the author behind the politically incorrect children’s books about Iqbal and his immigrant family’s life in multicultural Nørrebro in Copenhagen, Denmark. Manu Sareen is also a well known politicain and has served as Danish national congres member.
This book is published in fixed layout.
37 printed pages
Original publication

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