New Children’s Mystery Book Seeks to Fill Void in American Education System
“Naji and the mystery of the dig” launches to inspire an interest in cultural diversity through story-telling.
Naji and the mystery of the dig begins on a summer morning when Naji wakes up to the unusual sound of three strangers digging in her courtyard. Naji’s sixth sense warned her and, sure enough, the diggers started disappearing down the hole. No one was prepared for what she discovered far below the surface of the courtyard. Not even Naji.
“The American education system has missed the mark on the importance of studying geography and world cultures. It is vital that we supplement our children’s education with books like Naji and the mystery of the dig about our world’s various countries and diverse cultures,” said Imani. “It was thrilling to write a book that helps children and adults enjoy moments of commonality between different. Our world becomes more peaceful when we all experience joy together.”
To augment the educational aspect of his mystery novel, Imani has included a study section in the back of the book for parents and educatorsto encourage children to dig for more discoveries. To supplement the book, he has created a website (www.najistories.com) that contains more engaging and educational information about Middle Eastern and Persian culture.
To learn more about Naji and the mystery of the dig and Vahid Imani, visit www.najistories.com.
About the Author
Vahid Imani is a retired marketing and business development executive with a master’s degree from Gonzaga University. Born and raised in Iran, he immigrated to the U.S in 1979. His articles and opinions about business and social issues have been published by local and national media including the Los Angeles Times. Since 2006, he has been teaching music to children and adults.
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