The Yellow Cow is the first book in a series of stories based on animals mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. ‘I always say ‘Moo!’ and I’m too big to jump.’ ‘I’m too old to frolic and too young to snooze…’ ‘I’m strong and well mannered, which one will you choose?’ As a child, I used to dream of writing children’s stories and after my daughter was born, this matter became more personal. So I wanted to write her fables inspired by animals from the Holy Qur’an. So I combined an animal from the Holy Qur’an and my storytelling skills to come up with The Yellow Cow. ”Mooooo!’ and I’m too big to jump.’ ‘Whose over there under the tree? A girl and a boy are looking for me.’ ‘Why am I special what can it be?’ (In Arabic) ‘I always say ‘Moo!’, and I’m too big to jump.’ My wife, Lama, has dreamt of writing stories for children since we ourselves were little kids. When our daughter was born in Australia she developed a new found love for animals; so we decided to write her stories based on her love for animals and our love for the Holy Qur’an. (In Arabic) ‘This cow plows the fields and that one waters the plants…’ Consequently, we established a startup called Jolly Animals, through which we launched our first crowdfunding campaign enabling us to publish our first book (In Arabic) ‘While I stay nice and clean’ (In Arabic) ‘Counting hard-working ants’ (Counting ants together) Two, Three, Four, Five! How many ants are there? (Everyone) ‘Five ants!’ I was insistent on translating our book to Arabic because I wanted to introduce a different kind of Arabic product to the market. I wanted to participate in spreading my beautiful language so I decided to contact my father-in-law; he told me that he could not professionally translate it, but I replied by praising his language skills. I asked him to start the base, and we’ll get it edited at a later stage. (In Arabic) ‘While I stay nice and clean…’ (‘Cow! Cow!’) Two months later, I received an unexpected call from my father saying that he had sent the translation He was delighted that Lama will now stop nagging him for it. By God’s grace, six weeks after that call… my father passed away. and that was the incentive behind publishing The Yellow Cow in Arabic. The Yellow Cow (In Arabic) Translated by Mazen Al Kaissi An ongoing charity for his beautiful soul.