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ARAB AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

The wrong end of the table : a mostly comic memoir of a Muslim Arab American woman just trying to fit in Here to stay The language of Baklava Hâsib & the queen of serpents : a tale of a thousand and one nights The Aleppo cookbook : celebrating the legendary cuisine of Syria No turning back : life, loss, and hope in wartime Syria

 

DATABASES

  • AtoZ World Food
    A comprehensive food database that contains traditional recipes for Arab countries.

  • AtoZ World Travel
    A comprehensive resource with information about Arab cities, insider's guides, travel excursions, shopping and more.

  • Biography in Context
    Biographical essays on the world's most influential people, including Arab Americans.

  • Books & Authors
    Find books to read about Arab Americans.

  • Novelist Plus  
    Recommendations for Arab American books, audiobooks, and more.

 

      ACCESS DATABASES FROM HOME In Library Use Only

 

 

WEBSITES

Arab America
Arab America is a national media organization founded with the purpose of promoting an accurate image of the Arab American community and the Arab world.

Arab American National Museum
The Arab American National Museum (AANM), located in Dearborn, Michigan, is the first and only museum in the United States devoted to Arab American history and culture. Arab Americans have enriched the economic, political and cultural landscape of American life. The Arab American National Museum documents, preserves and presents the history, culture and contributions of Arab Americans.

Arab American Institute
Established in 1985 and based in Washington, DC, the Arab American Institute (AAI) is a non-profit, nonpartisan national leadership organization. AAI was created to nurture and encourage the direct participation of Arab Americans in political and civic life in the United States.

NDPAC
NDPAC was founded in 2001 to serve as a voice for the Arab American Community in Virginia and to build on the many contributions that Arab Americans made to the benefit of all Virginians. Virginia is home to more than 150,000 Arab Americans, many of which came to Virginia a century ago. More recent immigrants continue to strengthen the Arab American community within the Commonwealth.

 

 

KIDS AND YA BOOKS

 

Alwān al-ḥayawānāt = Animal colors Tales from the Arabian nights : stories of adventure, magic, love, and betrayal Being good = al-ʻdt al-jayyidah
 
Here we are now Not the girls you're looking for Just a drop of water