“Mama Shamsi at the Bazaar” is a delightful children’s book that follows Mama Shamsi and her family as they visit the vibrant bazaar. Join them on a journey of love, unity, and cultural appreciation as they explore the bustling market and create cherished memories.
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami with Acorn to tree children’s book review today I have a book called mama Shamsi at the bazaar. It’s by moja Hassani and shamira yovani and their mother daughter writing team, and it’s illustrated by Maya Badawi who is an award winning artist. And it’s about a little girl here named Samira, and the adventures that she goes on the first time that she goes to the bazaar, with her grandmother, about learning new things, experiencing new things with her grandmother. She watches her grandmother as she navigates her way through the bazaar. And she’s very impressed and interested in how her grandmother purchases different things and how she knows the ins and outs of the bazaar. All the different fun things that are going on at the bazaar, and then she she tries to figure out Samira tries to figure out different ways to not get lost, and how she plays with her grandmother in this process. It’s really cute. And it’s it’s a good story about a little girl who’s trying to she’s trying to deal with the different things in life, trying to be excited but yet careful. And she’s concerned about getting lost so she comes up with some funny ideas on how to protect herself and stay close to her grandmother. Cute, cute story to share with your family again, Mama Shamcey at the bazaar, a written by mojit has Sani and shamira Ivani that’s a mom and daughter writing team and it’s illustrated by Maya Badawi who is a award winning artist. See if you could find this and share this with your family.