It is so important to be encouraging your child to read. I was recently reading an article in a newspaper which stated that today’s children are reading less frequently than any other generation. You can read the full article in The Guardian. As someone who loved reading as a child and could always be found
I was sent a copy of ‘The Wonderous Web’ for the purposes of review. However all thoughts and opinions are my own. The Wonderous Web Author: Razana Noor Illustrator: Rahima Begum Publisher : Pure Heart Press Recommended Age: 4-8 Paperback A unique, nail biting rendition of the Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh), miraculous save while taking
The Busy Bee Author: Abu Talhah Illustrator: Aqsa Iftiqhar Publisher: Greenbird Books The Busy Bee is very busy! She starts her day early in the morning and doesn’t stop till all her jobs are done. On one particular day things turn out a little different for Busy Bee when she meets Bear. The Busy
Nightly News with Safa Author: Helal Musleh Illustrator: Hatem Aly Publisher: Prolance Safa’s tired of the same old sad news she sees on TV, so she comes up with a wonderful idea! She creates her own broadcast about the who, what, when, where, and why about her day at school. Her bedroom becomes her very
My Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه و سلم Authored by Yasmin Mussa and Zaheer Khatri Published by Learning Roots Picture Board Book. Soft sponge cover with special glitter, varnish and metallic shine effects. RRP: £11.99 Age: 1-7 years My Prophet Muhammad (S) encapsulates the timeless story of the life of the best and final Messenger of
Zahra’s First Term at the Khadija Academy by Sufiya Ahmed Paperback Publisher: Bibi Publishing RRP: £5.99 Shortlised for the 2008 Muslim Writers Awards ‘Zahra has been sent to an Islamic Boarding School and she is not happy. She is desperate to return home and will do whatever it takes to get her way.’ Zahra’s First
ILYAS AND DUCK SEARCH FOR ALLAH Hardcover Author: Omar S. Khawaja Illustrator: Leo Antolini Ages 3-6 ‘In this adorable story, likeable Ilyas pairs up with Duck to ask the question over and over in different scenarios. Through whimsical and poetic replies, Ilyas’s curiosity is slowly fulfilled with profound realisations’. One of the questions that
I have recently started to buy a variety of Islamic books for the girls. Reading is important which is why they already have a variety of books. But I also want to ensure they are brought up with an Islamic ethos which is why I am keen to improve their library to include Islamic books.