This is an amazing rhyming story that follows one family as they recount the special parts of Ramadan and prepare for Eid. This book is perfect to get kids into the spirit and excitement for Eid! Yasmin Rashidi is a licensed elementary school teacher and lifelong lover of children’s books. She believes books both enrich and enchant the lives of children, and her goal is to create books that reflect the lives and experiences of Muslim children. She currently lives in the Boston area with her husband and three kids. HardcoverAuthor: Yasmin RashidiPages: 32ISBN: 9781736283707
**Boxed Set of 7 Board Books** This amazing series will revolutionize how you see the Arabic alphabet. Be swept away by the stories of the alphabet with tales of love, friendship, and adventure. Read it aloud and fall in love with the characters. You don’t have to pull out your hair to introduce or think of creative ways of acquainting your child with the Arabic alphabet. Let the stories do it for you! Title: The Arabic Alphabet of Huruf Island Author: Ukht HusniIllustrator: Dian OvietaPublisher: Homely HammockAwards: Daybreak Press Book Award (2021)
Omar and Oliver is a cute interfaith Eid tale about two little kids on a mission to be the best cookie cooks in the whole entire world!Omar really wants the recipe to make cookies for Eid and Oliver really wants the recipe to make cookies for Christmas.With one page in Arabic and one page in English, there are so many different ways to read, learn and enjoy this bilingual story.Get double the fun every Eid making Judy's free healthy, star-shaped Eid cookie recipe.This story would be the perfect addition to any public or Islamic school library and would make great...
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Lailah is in a new school in a new country, thousands of miles from her old home, and missing her old friends. When Ramadan begins, she is excited that she is finally old enough to participate in the fasting but worried that her classmates won’t understand why she doesn’t join them in the lunchroom. Lailah solves her problem with help from the school librarian and her teacher and in doing so learns that she can make new friends who respect her beliefs. This gentle, moving story from first-time author Reem Faruqi comes to life in Lea Lyon’s vibrant illustrations. Lyon...
Forget aiming to become a best-selling author- Focus on becoming EXCEPTIONAL the AUTHENTIC way! I hear a lot of people say, "I have this great story to tell but…." Or "My own life story will make an interesting book, but…" But is where a lot of it stops for a lot of you because it is based on the general belief that you don't have the ability to write, that grammar is poor or there isn't structural aptitude. What if I told you that none of these are important because they are mastered over time? What if I told you...
A children's "learn your colors" book where a Muslim girl chooses what color hijab she'll wear today! Hijab is the crown I wear every day. It is worn many ways, and it comes in every color. What color hijab should I choose today? Yellow, like my doctor's hijab? Brown, like my teacher's hijab? Pink, like my mother's hijab? Help me decide!
When COVID-19 landed at our doorstep last spring, we collectively felt the heaviness of a global crisis not seen before in our lifetime. Schools shutdown, businesses closed down, borders sealed up, jobs became virtual, and we barricaded ourselves inside our homes waiting to be told that it’s over. Waiting and watching the news. But then the news began spewing staggering numbers and heartbreaking images… hour by hour, day after day. Under the immense emotional toil, Tumkeen spent nights awake with anxiety and days tensing up every time she heard an ambulance siren speed down the road. It is then when...