This book draws the attention of the reader to the importance of bringing together the children and their grand parents who have a store of experiences in life and know its secrets. The Fabric of an Education offers the reader a complementary awareness as to the ways of earning a living and as to the day-to-day life in our society. This romance novel also calls on everyone to work harder because our actions (practical, written or oral) are everlasting. This book opens the spirit of the pupils and that of their parents who may think that school offers obligatorily a chance to becoming a bureaucrat. It explains that the different material studied at school will provide the children with ways to improve their lifestyles. The book encourages children to erase from their minds any idea that there are "stupid jobs" so that they will be persuaded to acquire acquiring manual skills. This book also gives a concise expose as to the parents' responsibility regarding their daughters while remaining accessible to the reader who do not have sufficient knowledge of Islam. Although my knowledge of these principles is somewhat limited, none of the surahs of the Koran and none of the hadiths authorizes the parents to impose their daughters with a husband they do not love. On the other hand, this work gives the readers an opportunity to acquire a better understanding of the negative consequences a precocious marriage, as well as early clandestine sexual relations, could have on young women. In fact, this book allows the young women very early in their schooling to acquire some knowledge as to these consequences in order to prevent such unwarranted relationships to occur. Lastly, this work invites the readers to manage their economic situation in view of improving each of their personal circumstances.