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Muna AbuSulayman

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Muna AbuSulayman, is Saudi businesswoman and activist. She is also the former founding Secretary General of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, the philanthropic arm of HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal's Kingdom Holding Company and co-host of the Kalam Nawaem television show.
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Goodnight Moon
Margaret Wise Brown - 2007-01-23 (first published in 1947)
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In this classic of children's literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.In a great green room, tucked away in bed, is a little bunny. "Goodnight room, goodnight moon." And to all the familiar things in the sof...
Muna AbuSulayman
Goodnight Moon and The surprising story of power, taste, educational philosophy, and the crumbling of traditional gatekeepers.. (I loved the book so much, I inscribed "I love you forever, I love you for always" on necklaces for both my daughters.)      source
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Visions from Abroad
Historical and Contemporary Representations of Arabia
Mona Khazindar - 2019-06-25
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Arabia, with its holy cities in Hejaz and its Bedouin-populated deserts, holds a special place in the Western imaginary. Visions from Abroad explores this fantasy, presenting Saudi Arabia as it was seen by visitors born outside the peninsula. These visitors were often idiosyncratic adventurers as well as artists, and this book tells their stories t...
Muna AbuSulayman
Recommend buying the book Visions from Abroad: Historical and Contemporary Representations of Arabia. And the Rich culture it has.. Lots of research, and a great selection of Art and photos to show the changes in perception.      source
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The Power of a Positive No
Save The Deal Save The Relationship and Still Say No
William Ury - 2007-12-26
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No is perhaps the most important and certainly the most powerful word in the language. Every day we find ourselves in situations where we need to say No–to people at work, at home, and in our communities–because No is the word we must use to protect ourselves and to stand up for everything and everyone that matters to us. But as we all know, the wr...
Muna AbuSulayman
It gave me the tools for how to say no consistently and without guilt.      source