Educating Muslim Women: The West African legacy of Nana Asma’u (1793-1864)
Jean Boyd and Beverly Mack
Nana Asma’u (1793–1864) was a prolific Muslim scholar, poet, historian, and educator. Daughters are still named after her; her poems, read and recited privately and in public, still move people profoundly; the memory of her remains a vital source of inspiration and hope.
This topsy-turvy adventure on Sycamore Street sees brother and sister Hude and Amani arrive in the country with one thought: it was going to be long, boring summer. They couldn’t be more wrong. Find out how they plan to save the peach tree and beat a bully at his own game.
Living in Allah’s Presence: Aspects of Islamic Spirituality
A collection of insightful reflections on Islamic spirituality. Topics covered include: Intention (Niyyah), Sincerity (Ikhlas), God-consciousness (Taqwa), Perseverance (Sabr), Thankfulness (Shukr), Wisdom (Hikmah), Reliance (Tawakkul), Supplication (Du‘a’) and Fear (Khawf).