This book is one of a series titled Stories of the Prophets. Each book is beautifully illustrated in full color and the story of each Prophet is summarized in order to allow the child to easily grasp the concept while staying fully entertained by the visual beauty of this work.
A new amazing serious of childrens illustrated books, the book is easy to read and follow with pictures for little children to enjoy and learn about they beloved prophet. This boo is about the prophet Adam, looking through it makes me want to read it too. lol….
It looks fun. Masha’Allah
This is getting too much now i think i need to buy some of these for myself.
The Story of Muhammad (SAW) in Madina By Abu Zahir (Stories Of The Prophets) A new amazing serious of childrens illustrated books, the book is easy to read and follow with pictures for little children to enjoy and learn about they beloved prophet.
The Story of Muhammad (SAW) in Makkah By Abu Zahir (Stories Of The Prophets) A new amazing serious of childrens illustrated books, the book is easy to read and follow with pictures for little children to enjoy and learn about they beloved prophet.
Uthman bin Affan (R) was one of the early men who accepted Islam in Makkah. From the first moment he became a Muslim, he put all his wealth under the service of Islam. He spent most of his resources to satisfy the needs of poor Muslims. Recognizing his generosity and devotion to Islam, the Prophet (S) told him that his place would be in Paradise on the Hereafter. He married Ruqayah (R),the Prophet’s daughter. After she died, he married her sister Um Kulthum ;for that, the people at that time called him Dhun Nurain, “The Man with the Two Lights.”
Manal Shehab’s Stairway to Heaven series and Zeynep Haydan’s colourful illustrations make perfect picture books for your Islamic library.
A collection of 8 cleverly written and stunningly illustrated board books. Each book with its own unique Islamic concept, guaranteed to engage and stimulate children of all ages.
The simple, yet concise rhyming text, coupled with beautiful glossy illustrations, highlight simple Islamic concepts. I encourage you to use these concepts as a platform to spend quality time with your children where you can open and expand their young, imaginative minds and hearts to the beauty of our deen – Islam
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. It contains a Hajj diagram, 2 activities plus, a child-friendly glossary of 40 Islamic/Arabic terms related to Hajj and Makkah.
Umar farooq(ra), the second Caliph of Isla, ruled for about ten years over a total area of 2,251,030 square miles. His rule was exemplary, every decision and action of his being guided by the word of Allah, as enshrined in the Quran.
It is difficult to imagine that any ruler who had a huge empire, like Umar Farooq’s(ra), would live like a simple, common man. But that is exactly what he did. He wore clothes with many patches, slept on the floor, ate plain food and travelled to foreign lands with just one servant and a camel.
Umar Farooq(ra) had a strong sense of duty and justice. Throughout his rule, everyone was treated equally and with justice, whether he was a Muslim or a non-Muslim. He lived in the love and fear of Allah. In the history of the world, there was and still is no other ruler like him: he was unique.
Umm Aiman, another book in the series about the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, is a delightfully written exploration of the life of Umm Aiman, an Abyssinian slave who worked as a maid in the house of Aminah, the Prophet’s mother. The Prophet revered her as a mother, because she looked after him and raised him after his mother’s death. The main focus is on her life in Makkah – first as a slave and then as a freed woman, how she became a Muslim, her marriage, motherhood, her migration to Madinah and her belief in the Prophet and his mission. She endured hardships bravely and played a significant role in spreading the message of Islam. The colourful illustrations that accompany the stories will make this an enjoyable read for children as well as adults, and will help them learn about and appreciate the life of Umm Aiman.
Uthman (ra) was born around 576 C.E. in Taaif. Thus he was about six years younger than the Prophet Muhammad (saw). Both his parents, Affan and Urwa, were distant relatives of the prophet (saw), Uthman received a formal education and was one of the few people in Makkah who could read and write.