Books on Hajj and Umrah


This book aims to help prepare travellers for both their trip to Saudi Arabia and the sacred Pilgrimage itself. The rites of Hajj and Umrah are clearly explained, and relevant prayers and supplications are provided in both Arabic and English. A final chapter is provided detailing a visit to Madinah.

In 1870, Nawab Sikander Begum of Bhopal became the first South-Asian Muslim woman to publish an account of her pilgrimage to Mecca. She travelled with a retinue of a thousand, whilst visiting Jeddah and Mecca, here's her story. 

Discover the joys of 'Umrah when a brother and sister travel with their parents to the city of Mecca and perform this sacred ritual for the very first time. Includes a poster and paper dolls to enact performing 'Umrah!

Yan is a big-hearted young man determined to perform Hajj, the pilgrimage to Makkah. But first, he must work hard on his farm and fill up his money bag for the journey. Despite the trials he faces on each unsuccessful trip to the Kaaba, Yan’s helpful nature, compassion, and generosity enable him to succeed in the end. (Available via Amazon)

Explore the wonders of Makkah and Madinah with this fun sticker activity book. It features dot-to-dot drawings, coloring fun, puzzles to solve, and over sixty stickers. This book introduces children to the sacred mosque in Makkah, the Kaaba, Zamzam water, the cave of Hira, the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah, and more by taking the reader on a tour that follows the path of a pilgrim.

Rahma's family is preparing for Eid and she has been looking forward to making samosas all week. Grandma, who is visiting, realizes that her precious gold ring has gone missing. Will Rahma find her grandma's precious ring?

Full of insights on Eid al-Adha, this story is a wonderful introduction to the Muslim religious festival -- and a great read. 


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Follow two pigeons as they leave their nest and join millions of pilgrims performing Hajj. This book is the perfect introduction to Hajj for kids!
It’s written in rhyme and goes in the order of steps Muslims take to perform Hajj. The adorable illustrations have been done by 12-year-old Aisha Dean, ma shaa Allah! It contains a Hajj diagram, 2 activities plus, a child-friendly glossary of 40 Islamic/Arabic terms related to Hajj and Makkah.


Jamila’s grandmother has returned from Hajj with some wondrous Zamzam water! Join Jamila on a storytelling adventure as she learns about this water and how it connects to Hajar – the woman at the heart of Hajj.


An Ocean In One Drop Activity Book (Limited Stock!)

This activity book is based on the children’s story book An Ocean in One Drop, which explores an ancient tale about Hajar (as) and the miraculous Zamzam water. This BIG book is packed with 60 pages of Eid arts and crafts, brain boggling games, creative colouring, perplexing puzzles and lots of Islamic learning for all ages.


The little tree has always wanted to travel, especially to Mecca, to perform Hajj (an Islamic religious pilgrimage). But how can he travel when his roots are in the ground? Find out how his dream comes true, and he makes the journey of a lifetime. "A Little Tree Goes for Hajj" is an ideal education tool to introduce the Hajj to children who are learning about important rituals in different world religions; includes a glossary with short definitions and explanations for readers unfamiliar with Hajj.



The Colours of My Eid opens a window to the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha and the Hajj pilgrimage from a childs perspective. Eid is a colourful holiday and every colour encountered evokes beautiful memories of the Hajj trip from the year before.