The Muslims Author: Zanib Mian Age: 8-11 years old RRP: £8.99 Paperback Omar is a kid with a huge imagination. He knows a thing or two about getting through life as a nine year old Muslim in Britain. When Omar’s life is turned upside down, as he moves to a new school and becomes the subject of
I am often asked about books for the little ones so decided to do a post about 5 of our favourite ones for the younger kids. These books are books I have purchased myself or have been sent for review. If review items have been included then that is because we do actually like them….I
Migo & Ali, Love for the Prophets Author: Zanib Mian Illustrator: Tugrul Karacan Publisher: Muslim Children’s Books Hardback RRP: £14.00 This book has been lovingly compiled by popular demand from parents and children, after the author shared her love for the Prophets series on social media. To help your children have a good Islamic
My First Book About the Qur’an Author: Sara Khan Illustrator: Ali Lodge ‘This simple but beautiful book introduces the Qur’an’s main teachings, to care for all creation; to be good to one another; to respect the Prophet’s and the books of God; and to believe in Allah, the One.’ Obviously as a Muslim the Quran
Mommy Who is Allah? Al-Khaliq (The Creator) Author: Zainab Jones Illustrator: Vicky Amrullah Publisher: Djarabi Kitabs Publishing Author Bio: Zainab Jones is a Muslim American wife and mother. She has taught English as a Second Language in the Middle East for over fifteen years. Besides teaching, she writes informative essays and poetry.This is her first children’s book.
Having shared a few lists of books I thought I would share some Eid related books that we have at home. I have mentioned previously that as a child it was hard to get into the spirit of Eid. All our extended family was in Pakistan so Eid would generally be a quiet affair, possibly
Beautifully Different Author: Dana Salim Illustrator: Pavel Goldaev Hardcover Publisher: DS Publishing Why are people different? Why can’t we be the same? Find out with Yousuf, In the Imagination Game. Beautifully Different is the second book in the new series by Dana Salim: Yousuf’s Everyday Adventures. This story is based on the question asked at
I remember as a child looking forward to Ramadan simply because I could stay up late and eat at random times in the evening with my dad, especially in the summer months. I used to fast…but did I truly understand why? No not really; it was just something I was told about and just did