#QATARILITMONTH: Children’s Literature and Qatari Heritage

Children in Traditional Qatari Clothes Holding Qatar Flags The Children’s Library is full of books written by local authors, brimming with linguistic, intellectual and literary stories that are appropriate for children of all tastes and maturity levels. These books can help bring joy to children’s souls, shape their personalities, enhance their identities, and enrich their … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Children’s Literature and Qatari Heritage

#QATARILITMONTH: Nature and Biodiversity in Qatar

QATARILITMONTH: Nature and Biodiversity in Qatar Qatari Oryx Qatar is an 11,437-square-kilometer peninsula surrounded by the Arabian Gulf on three sides. Most of the land of Qatar is flatlands, with some rocky hills, salt flats and mudflats along the coast. Although Qatar has been classified as a hot, subtropical desert region and, with no rivers … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Nature and Biodiversity in Qatar

#QATARILITMONTH: Contemporary Qatari Literature: Fiction from an Urban Desert

You can learn a lot about a nation’s history, culture and aspirations by reading its literature. A number of Qatari authors have made their work available in the English language, making it easy for a global audience to read the country’s historical fiction, magical fantasy and folk tales. Qatari author Abdulaziz Al-Mahmoud’s writing depicts the … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Contemporary Qatari Literature: Fiction from an Urban Desert

#QATARILITMONTH: Skyscrapers and Artificial Islands in Qatar

"Beauty At First Sight" Skyline of Doha The year 2005, when I set foot in Qatar, was a turning point in my life. That was the moment I saw the beautiful architecture that saturated my soul and nourished my ideas at the College of Architecture. I have not forgotten when I went with my husband … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Skyscrapers and Artificial Islands in Qatar