I have said before that growing up there were not many (if at all any) children’s Islamic books. Now our children are getting a range of books to help with their Islamic studies. With hajj coming up I thought we would share some of the books we have relating to the hajj.
Alhamdulillah my children are lucky in that they have access to lots of Islamic books which I didn’t have as a child. Especially related to Ramadan. However sometimes there is a lack of diversity in some books; however Ramadan Around the World specifically explores diversity and different cultures within the Muslim community.
Ramadan Moon is a book we purchased some time ago but never got round to writing a review about. Now that Ramadan is approaching it felt like the perfect time to write a review and add it to our list of Kids Islamic Book Reviews. Ramadan Moon Author: Na’ima B RObert Illustratrator: Shirin Adl
In 2016 I started sharing a round up of our favourite books of that year. Read about our Top 15 Favourite Islamic Childrens Books in 2015 and also our Top 10 Islamic Childrens Books of 2017. Now it is the time for our favourite books of 2018! We haven’t purchased as many this year as we
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What is a Muslim? Author: Ali Elsayed Illustrator: Sousann Elsayed As my regular readers know we are a family that loves books….although my eldest is ALWAYS in her room reading and I am not currently sure what I think about that as it seems a bit anti social!! But that aside, I love the
Zak and His Little Lies Author: J.SAmia Mair Illustrator: Omar Burgess Age: 5+ Price: £4.99 Hardback cover Zak is on his final warning. If he tells one more lie, however little, he won’t be going to the skate park with Baba and Hana. With one job left to do, what could go wrong? Nothing in
Following on from our post last year where we shared our favourite Islamic Childrens books of 2016, we decided to share some of our favourites of 2017. My girls both love reading (in Bee’s case listening to stories while she learns to read) and books are one thing I am happy to have lots of.