MONSIEUR IBRAHIM AND THE FLOWERS OF THE QUR’AN

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When teenage tearaway Moses finds an unlikely friend in the mysterious shopkeeper Monsieur Ibrahim, their travels take them on a journey of self-discovery, amidst a vibrant and ever-changing backdrop that transports them from the Rue Bleu in Paris to the whirling dervishes of the Golden Crescent.

Translated by Patrick Driver and Patricia Benecke

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