Par Dr Tayeb Bouazid

Thème : Autres / Divers

Format : Roman (134x204)

Nombre de pages : 130

Date de publication : 28/11/2014

ISBN : 9782332832306


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Beehives is the first volume of a series of collected tales reflecting the author’s own reflections about north Africa’s social and historical accounts as recounted and perceived by different people. Through the displayed tales,the author sends some advisory messages and moral lessons to his readers in Paradise under mother’s feet, The story of the old aged mother, The adopted child, to his countrymen in Nostalgic Appeal, The Prisoner, When mountains meet and The road and to satisfy young men’s expectations in Fate, When the sun rises, Truth is out and The voyage.The book also contains other stories pertaining to diverse social veins.

Biographie de Dr Tayeb Bouazid

Mr Tayeb Bouazid is a graduate and postgraduate lecturer in the English Department University Mohamed Boudiaf, Msila, Algeria. He has an MA in psycho pedagogy and TEFL, a MEd (with specialisation in Environmental Education (UNISA) and a Teacher Trainer Certificate of Advanced Studies from Lancaster University. In addition, he is recently awarded a completion certificate with Middle East Partnership of the best practices in teacher training programs. Mr Bouazid is a freelance writer for the London School of Journalism and he is a fifth year doctorate student at the University of Batna, Algeria.the author has already contributed to many articles writing- Southern African Journal of Environmental Education, Vol. 26, 2009 , Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, 27 (1&2): 59- 69 (2009), Per Linguam 2010 26(2): 33-49 Department of Curriculum Studies, Private Bag X1 7602 Stellenbosch, South Africa. Mr Bouazid contributed with poems with CLRI july 2013,Jan.2014.

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