About The Author
Daniel Aldouby was born in 1931 and lived ten years overseas. His early years were spent in Tel-Aviv (1930s) and four and one-half years in England (Leeds and London). He also traveled extensively throughout Western Europe and the Middle East. He has a BA from Rutgers University and a Master’s Degree from Temple University. His teaching experience includes thirty years in a Public School system teaching History, English, and Computer Literacy. He is also a Reading Specialist. He taught in his Congregation’s afternoon and Sunday school for twenty years. His military experience consisted of four years in the United States Air Force. After retirement, he taught for a number of years at the Osher-Rutgers University All-Life Learning Center, presenting courses in Middle East History and The History of Religion. During his escapes from winter in Bucks County PA, he attends Florida Atlantic University, All Life Learning School where he considers himself still a student. Presently, he is on leave of absence while he finishes the Mimi trilogy. Much of the content of these tales, results from questions asked by Dan and his students, during his teaching career.