Our specially curated book collection on Arabian culture, architecture, archaeology, museums, intangible culture, and music has been selected to provide a wide range of resources for researchers, scholars and tour guides, as well as for anyone who is simply interested in learning more about the rich cultural heritage of the Arabian Peninsula.

We believe that knowledge should be accessible to all, and our community library is the perfect place to facilitate this. Our books are carefully selected to provide accurate and up-to-date information while catering to various interests and levels of expertise. Whether you are a student, researcher, or just someone who is curious about Arabian culture, you will find a wealth of resources in our collection.

We hope our library will serve as a hub for intellectual and cultural exchange, where people can share knowledge, ideas, and experiences. We encourage everyone to come and explore our collection, use our books for research, and engage with our community of learners and enthusiasts.


Shaima Sherif

Managing Director & Bibliomaniac

We were thrilled when we stumbled upon 15 old Arab chests from Kuwait and acquired them. Studying them made us increasingly fascinated by their intricate designs and cultural significance. We knew we had to learn more.That's why we purchased the book "The Arab Chest." We hoped it would provide valuable insights into the history and production of these wooden chest boxes and traditional conservation methods to ensure they remain in good condition for years to come. With this knowledge, we could better appreciate the chests and their place in history.

The Arab Chest (2006) by Sheila Unwin