Qatar’s biggest bookstore opens in Al Dafna

      Published on Monday, 8 February , 2021      1595 Views     
Qatar’s biggest bookstore opens in Al Dafna

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Literature-lovers, get excited – Qatar’s biggest bookstore has just opened in Al Dafna.

ALIF, which covers 4,000 sq m, has a panoramic reading room with views of the city, creativity rooms for kids, and a café.

The store sells everything from top international books and educational toys to stationary and art supplies.

There are also plans to host author talks and book-signing events in the near future.

Ramzi Rizeq, CEO at ALIF, said, “ALIF meets the needs of the avid reader, the modern-day student, and the lifestyle connoisseur all in one place.

“At ALIF, we strongly believe that people are at their best when they are inspired the most.

“This is why we want to be the catalyst that motivates people to learn, innovate, create, and excel in everything they do and at the same time empower the people of Qatar to continue discovering.”

If you can’t make it down to the store, which is near Qatar Sports Club, in person, you can also head to the website, which has more than 25,000 products for you to choose from.

The store’s owners hope to encourage discovery and inspiration through ALIF, and have partnered with Nutty Scientists, who run interactive science programmes for kids. You can find out more about their services in store.
Sat-Thu 9am-10pm; Fri 1.30pm-10pm. Al Dafna (4408 9221).

Category Culture, Doha News, Events | 2021/02/08 latest update at 3:00 PM
Source : Time Out Doha | Photocredit : Google
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