Hakeem the Adventurer. Kindle Version!
By Adam Kadia (Writer), Philippe Favre (Illustrator)
Hakeem the Adventurer is a narrative about an orphan boy who was rejected by the society, and he promised himself, he’ll work laborious and by no means quit.
Hakeem traveled round totally different nations and every time he met new mates, he learnt lots from his journey. It’s a good message about peace, good friendship, respect, tolerance and kindness. Very educative guide for youths and adults.
In regards to the Writer
Adam Jade Kadia was born in Houston Texas, USA, and grew-up in Paris, however now lives together with his household within the Kingdom of Bahrain – a phenomenal and peaceable place!
He has written two books, ‘Hakeem the Adventurer’ and ‘Upid Hack’. Adam has gained a number of awards and appreciation from his faculty, St Christopher in Bahrain; the Worldwide Peace Institute within the Center East and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for World Peace – UAE, for being the youngest recognized author/writer within the area who’s dedicated to selling peace worldwide.
Adam’s dream is to dwell in a world that’s peaceable. He additionally needs to share what he discovered with those that lack the means for training, within the hope of preventing in opposition to ignorance.
More Concerning the Writer
He now lives together with his household in Kingdom of Bahrain stunning and peaceable place.
He has written to date two books “Hakeem the Adventurer” and “Upid Hack”.
Adam gained some awards and appreciation from his faculty St Christopher in Bahrain, from Worldwide Peace Institute in Center East and from Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for World Peace – UAE as presumably the youngest author/writer within the area dedicated to Peace.
Adam’s dream is to have a world of peace. He additionally needs to share what he learnt to those that lack the means for training to be able to battle in opposition to ignorance all over the world.“I simply needed so as to add what my grandmother Lalla Malika from Morocco would say, “You can’t clap with one hand you want two palms to clap… it means we have to work collectively to make this world a greater place filled with respect and happiness.” mentioned Adam.