As Salaam Alaykum and Hello, from the editors!
Ramadan is here, take a look at our recommended children's books for Ramadan this year. What will you #ReadInRamadan ?
Here's our reading list for grown ups!
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This simple yet beautiful book helps children understand who Allah is. It introduces some of His divine attributes: His Oneness, His infinite Power, Love and Mercy. Ending with the promise He has made to those who believe in Him and make Him happy.
Go On, Zap Shaytan
Muslims know Shaytan as the 'evil whisperer' and have special defences against him. Inside this book you will find out what they are so you can seek shelter with Allah. Through a lovable and cheeky young boy, the story also explains where Muslims believe Shaytan came from, and what he is made from.
Prophets of Islam Activity Book Series
Full of activities including crosswords, puzzles, mazes and colouring, each book is a wonderful way to teach children about the Prophets.
Let it Go
'Life isn’t always easy Even when you’re small, You may feel angry, or hurt or sad, We’re only human, after all.' We all have days when things seem to go from bad to worse. Follow one little boy whose frustrating day is making him angrier and angrier and see where it takes him... A charming way to introduce children to one of the core character traits in Islam: forgiveness. Inspired by the motivational words of the Mufti Menk and crafted by award-winning author Na'ima B. Robert, this story invites children to identify and talk about their feelings and learn how to cope with them.
Stories for the family
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