Review: It’s Ramadan, Curious George

It’s Ramadan, Curious George Board Book Author: Henna Khan Illustrator: Mary O’Keefe Young RRP: £5.99 ‘George is so excited. He is going to celebrate Ramadan with his friend Kareem! Together they sample special treats, make baskets to donate to the needy, and look for the crescent moon.’ Last year there was a lot of excitement

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Ramadan in Egypt

As part of my Ramadan Around The World Series, I am pleased to share a post by writer Jillian Pikora about Eid in Egypt. Last year’s Eid was one of many firsts. My first time with other Muslims, with my in-laws, and in Egypt. Prior to coming to Egypt, Ramadan had always been a stressful

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Ramadan in Lahore, Pakistan

As part of my Ramadan Around The World Series, I am pleased to share a post by blogger Iqra about Ramadan foods in Pakistan. Ramadan is a very food-centric month in Lahore, Pakistan. Someone who is used to Lahore may not realize this, but visiting another Pakistani city makes you notice the conspicuous difference in

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Ramadan In Istanbul, Turkey

I am pleased to be able to share a post about Ramadan and Iftar in Instanbul, Turkey as part of my Ramadan Around the World Series Istanbul, the melting pot of the cultures and city on two continents, has its own magic during Ramadan. The mosques are decorated with strings of lights and people gather at

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My Healthy Ramadan Habits

As part of my Ramadan Over the World series, sister Rubina from All Floured Up writes about being healthy in Ramadan. I’m Rubina, the blogger and foodie over at All Floured Up. I love good food and cooking, but being healthy and active is a huge priority in my life as well. So I find

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10 Childrens Books to Read in Ramadan

Regular followers of the blog will know that we are a family that likes to read. The girls have an ever growing collection of books and we have recently turned to Ramadan related books. I have already reviewed some of the Ramadan books we have: Ramadan Rhymes My First Ramadan Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid Al

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30 Ramadan Crafts for Children

Ramadan is almost here and I have been thinking of crafts I can do with the girls before Ramadan and during Ramadan. We have just completed a moon and star mobile. Making the moon and star mobile is as simple as cutting out the shapes on some card, and sticking on tissue paper. It looks effective

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Ramadan Book Reviews: Ramadan Rhymes

Ramadan Rhymes Authors and illustrators: Elizabeth Lymer, Kim Reimann, Sandy Quigley, Aisha Davies Ramadan Rhymes includes several songs about fasting to encourage young children to look forward to being old enough to fast, as well as rhymes about sighting the new moon, reading the Qur’an, praising Allah SWT, asking for forgiveness, and celebrating ‘Eid. It loosely follows the Ramadan

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