It’s Ramadan, authored by Tasnim Nazeer, is an engaging story that uses interactive, simple language to introduce the key concepts of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan and to motivate young children to be excited about this sacred month. It is written in a lively, rhythmic tone that is suitable for children aged 3 years and up.
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
These are some of the best-loved tales from the Quran. Especially chosen for the very young, they provide a foundation on which to build a growing knowledge of the scriptures. This is story telling at its best, with the meaning and message expressed in the simplest of words. As well as being easy to understand, these stories are also fun to read and share with others. Colorful, child-friendly illustrations complement the text and bring the stories vividly to life.
Akhlaaq Building For Kids Series, featuring Saaliha & her younger brother Ali.
This series inspires children to develop good Manners through fun stories involving children like themselves.
It’s not always easy to keep a promise, but Saaliha does and her friends love that about her.
- Full Color
- Ages 3yrs – 8yrs
You have another mother. You ve never seen her. You ve never heard her voice. You ve never perhaps even thought of her as your mother. But she is your mother nonetheless. And if you get to Jannah, your mother will there, waiting to meet you. Her name is Khadijah (RA). She was the first wife of the Prophet Muhammad (S), the first to believe in his message and the first mother of the greatest nation history has ever seen. As you work towards reaching Jannah, and meeting your mother Khadijah, it will certainly help if you did a little preparation beforehand and got to know about her story. This book has been specially crafted to help you do that. You see, most of the stories you ve heard about Khadijah have probably been raw translations from classical sources. While they sound captivating in the original Arabic language, there s quite a lot that s lost when they are translated into English. So rather than sticking with a dry narrative, we decided to get to the core of the stories and tell them in a fluid style that the modern reader is accustomed to today. You ll find that the rich descriptions immerse you within the scenes, the flowing narrative renders a seamless reading experience and since we ve still stuck to historical sources, the story loses nothing of its original iman elevating inspiration. So get to know you mother, give this book a read, inspire yourself for that meeting in Jannah in-sha-Allah!
This book is specially designed as a guide for young Muslims as well as new Muslims and non-Muslims who may desire to see Islam at a glance.
The most basic details of the Islamic faith and rituals need be presented in a simple yet thorough manner, enough for them to grasp the main purpose behind the faith, in its recommended forms, as taught by the Prophet PBUH himself.
Concise and to the point, this book will certainly take the reader by the hand and lead him/her with ease into appreciating the pillars of Islam.
‘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 popular/ well-loved 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.