Mohammed Ghozi is a Tunisian writer, poet, critic and member in the Arab Writers Union. He holds a PhD in Modern Literature and teaches Arabic Literature at several Tunisian universities. Until 2005, he was an Advisor to the Tunisian Minister of Culture.
When writing for children, Ghozi has a unique characteristic style: he speaks in the language of children and his books are rich with images directly drawn from the world of children.
He has published a number of studies and research papers in literature and has participated in many seminars and fora in the Arab world as well as internationally.
He is the recipient of several awards for his children's books, including the Tunisian Cultural Ministry's Award for Children's Books (1987), the Sheikha Fatima bint Hazza Award for Arabic Children's Stories (1998) and the Sharjah Award for Arab Creativity (1998).
He has a rich body of literary work and has supervised a number of literary awards in the fields of literature and poetry. He has also contributed to the production of cultural radio and TV programmes. He is the author of more than 40 stories for children.