al Hilm al Amreeki :Short Arabic Novel
Internet makes people have no time to long Novels. In this mental voyage Series, the author invites you for a short mental meal to enjoy knowledge on various topics.
The story was published first in the author’s book: Arabi fi Amreeka: Short Stories (2010). It describes adventures of some Middle Eastern immigrants in real life America. Unlike writers who imagine an ideal life for dreamers, the author as an expert in minority groups and behavior change ofnew comers, in the story reflects the reality of some who seek to fulfill their dreams paying a high price. The story here is may be a self-critic, but Arabs share other minority groups looking to build their dreams in speedy way. The lessons in this story may help all minority groups to fulfill the American dream the right way. In any case, readers are free to judge the events in the story described by an Arab American who wishes for Arabs to be role models in the American culture. The story is real, but persons and states were not.
Dr. Yahya authored more than 120 books available for readers in both Arabic and English, and translated into dozens of other languages. Dr. Yahya resides in Michigan, USA, and have four children and 10 grandchildren.