The tale of a unique dream and the family that helped make it come true. Throughout the Muslim world, people fast during the month of Ramadan. All month a drummer walks each neighborhood in the quiet pre-dawn, waking its residents to partake in a blessed meal before the day's fast begins. This drummer is called a musaharati. Najma lives in Turkey and dreams of becoming the musaharati for her neighborhood - but a woman has never held the position. With colorful courage and support from her Baba, Najma's dream comes true...but will her neighborhood celebrate as much as she does? Inspirational story of...
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Join Ilyas & Duck in this fantastically delightful story as they explore the fun and excitement of Eid and learn about the charitable nature of it all. Eid has never been so much fun. by Omar S. KhawajaIllustrated by Leo Antolini
Justice has grown up witnessing the many ways her grandma serves the community. She wants to make a difference in the world too, but how? Isn't she too young? Through conversations with her grandma and their shared love of books, Justice learns about important women and men throughout history who changed the world: Ella Baker, Shirley Chisholm, Charles Hamilton Houston, Dr. Wangari Maathai, Paul Robeson, and Ida B. Wells. Justice learns how each leader was a champion for advancing justice and improving the world, and she dreams of becoming a change maker too - "Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire," a superhero...
Ilyas is a 5-year-old boy with an insatiable appetite for questioning the world around him. Duck is fun-loving and playful yet helps to satisfy Ilyas’s curiosity about the world. In this story, Ilyas wakes up one morning and wants to find Allah (God)! Join these two best friends on an exciting adventure to find Allah and see what they discover. This book will most certainly help both parents and children answer this profound question in a fun and loving way. by Omar S. KhawajaIllustrated by Leo Antolini
A unique, interactive and intergalactic gift for a beloved child. Contains holographic foil, high quality UV gloss finish on the inner pages, a glow-in-the-dark ending and silky tie-back ribbons. The book can be tied back to create a lovely free-standing 3D moon display, perfect for your home, classroom or library. Stunning glow-in-the-dark last spread, featuring all the phases of the moon, to give this gorgeous book a stunning surprise ending! Prayers for the sighting of the New Moon and inspiring Arabic passages from the Qur’an to read and share with young children. Beautifully illustrated with Rose Hill’s distinctive...
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Do you think there is anyone who never gets hungry and can survive without eating? Of course not. We need food to survive. Just as our bodies need food and our brains need knowledge, our hearts need a strong faith! Hekimoğlu İsmail, one of the most respected writers in Turkey, teaches kids about faith with “My heart is Small My Love is Grand.” This book takes the reader on a beautiful journey with its smooth style and warm stories. Writer: Hekimoğlu İsmailIllustrator: Özgür Yıldırım Binding: PaperbackPages: 144Age: 9+
For Kids Who Want to Get to Know the Prophet (ﷺ)How well does your child know the greatest human being to ever walk the face of the Earth?How much do they admire the best of Allah’s creation?How much do they take the finest example as a guide in their lives?How much does your child really LOVE the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)?In order to love someone, you need to first get to know them. That’s what sparks the beginning of a lifetime of admiration, learning and emulation of the most beloved person in humankind.The children’s book entitled My Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) captures...
Take a stroll through Salamville, where the sun is shining, the birds chirping, the flowers blooming, and where Cranky Kareem seems to be a little, well, cranky today. In the very first installment of The Salams series, Cranky Kareem encounters the bubbly and perfectly positive Happy Hamdi. Cranky Kareem is determined to prove to him that it is simply impossible to be that grateful all the time but finds that maybe even crankiest fuzzy monster in town can learn to say Alhumdulillah. -Promotes emotional intelligence -Encourages Mindfulness -Engaging and easy to understand illustrations and storyline
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Everyone's favorite curious little monkey celebrates Ramadan with his friend Kareem in this rhyming, playful, tabbed board book. By H.A. Rey Binding: Board BookAge: ChildrenPublisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 102
“Mikaeel and Malaika were brother and sister and they both had one thing in common. They were superheroes. At least they used to be.” Mikaeel and Malaika are on another mission but there’s one problem. They no longer have superpowers. Or do they? Follow Mikaeel and Malaika as they find their power of Dua. A humorous read for the entire family, Mikaeel and Malaika The Power of Dua answers the age-old question of our children, “Why won’t my dua come true?”
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A playful yet heartfelt list of childish treats, treasures and earthly wonders to thank the Creator for. By Ayesha bint Mahmood Binding: HardcoverAge: ChildrenPages: 19Publisher: Islamic Foundation
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This book is as much about Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him, as it is about his grandsons, Hasan and Husayn, may Allah be pleased with them, for truly, they were inseparable. From the moment of their births, grandfather and grandsons delighted in each other's company on a daily basis; he finding rest and relaxation in their company, and they revelling in the unconditional love he lavished upon them. The reader will gain a delightful insight into his special family relationship of a grandfather who dotes on his grandsons, but never neglects to teach and educate them in...
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***This is a damaged book, damages can include light biding damage, a bit of water damage or minor cosmetic issues. ***NO RETURNS*** The tale of a unique dream and the family that helped make it come true. Throughout the Muslim world, people fast during the month of Ramadan. All month a drummer walks each neighborhood in the quiet pre-dawn, waking its residents to partake in a blessed meal before the days fast begins. This drummer is called a musaharati. Najma lives in Turkey and dreams of becoming the musaharati for her neighborhood - but a woman has never held the position. With colorful...
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A collection of thirty poems to keep the young and young-at-heart entertained for hours. These poems cover a number of topics including motherhood, daily prayer, baby siblings, life on a farm, the animal kingdom, bullying, mosques, Ramadan, appreciating nature, and more. The book comes with an audio CD to sing along to these joyful yet educational poems. By Dawud Wharnsby Binding: HardcoverAge: Children 101
Book 1 of the Mikaeel and Malaika series. Mikaeel and Malaika were brother and sister but they both had one thing in common. They were superheroes. Embark on an enchanting journey with the always-pondering Malaika and the adventurous Mikaeel on their ongoing quest of becoming the best superheroes. Their first mission entails seeking the One who loves them most. The Quest for Love
"The Month of Ramadan Is Here" is A sing-along children's book about the amazing Hijri month of Ramadan. Through the colorful illustration and the rhyming text, Kids can easily learn the virtues and etiquette of the month Ramadan while having fun. The book is also a sing-along children's book with two audio versions to the text, one with music and one with vocals and duff (drums). The download code to the audio files of the song is included in the book for parents to download. 36 pages 102
Amira loves chocolate. She prays for a chocolate world and one morning her dream comes true! by J. Samia Mair Binding: HardcoverPages: 29
A joyous short story collection by and about Muslims, edited by New York Times bestselling author Aisha Saeed and Morris finalist S. K. Ali Once Upon an Eid is a collection of short stories that showcases the most brilliant Muslim voices writing today, all about the most joyful holiday of the year: Eid! Eid: The short, single-syllable word conjures up a variety of feelings and memories for Muslims. Maybe it’s waking up to the sound of frying samosas or the comfort of bean pie, maybe it’s the pleasure of putting on a new outfit for Eid prayers, or maybe it’s the...
Hafsa is a little girl filled with lots of love, and she shows it by giving lots of warm kisses. Some are sweet and others not so neat. Come along and see which of Hafsa's kisses can't be beat!
A Choose Your Adventure Style book about a kid who is fasting for the first time. Though he is excited he is very nervous about how he will survive in school ALL day! Fasting also makes it hard for him to think! So, he needs your helping making many choices along the way! If your story ends, just go back and make a different choice! With multiple story lines and ending this book will continue to entertain your child!
Story by Mark Gonzales Illustrated by Mehrdokht Amini From Muslim and Latino poet Mark Gonzales comes a touching and lyrical picture book about a parent who encourages their child to find joy and pride in all aspects of their multicultural identity. Hardcover Pages 32 Publisher: Salaam Reads / Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
The Quran is a sacred book of light that has enriched the lives of Muslims and people around the world for over a thousand years. With beautiful stories from the Quran, this rhyming picture book enhances the reader's understanding of the Quran, and instills the light of the Quran in the hearts of children all over the world. 30 pages
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Ali and the Spider is the second book in the Young Muslim Nature Series, which explores the scientific and spiritual wonders of Allah's creation. Join Ali as he overcomes his fear of spiders and discovers their usefulness, in today's world as well as during the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad. by Rowaa El-Magazy Binding: Hardcover
Title: The Arabic Alphabet of Huruf Island Boxed Set of 7 Board Books Authors: Ukht Husni Illustrated by: Dian Ovieta Publisher: Homely Hammock Awards: Daybreak Press Book Award (2021) 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!
An engaging and vibrantly illustrated Muslim children's book about healthy coping. Talaal felt strange at school and he didn't know why? Was he sick? Nervous? or just shy? Subhan'Allah, his sister knows what's going on! She taught him about the Whispering Worrier, and how to become confident and stay calm using helpful thoughts and the Qur'an. Purchase this book to teach your child the essential life skill of healthy coping. Talaal and the Whispering Worrier is authored by a Canadian clinical counsellor and is based on the Cognitive Behavioural Theory, Dialectical Behavioural Theory and Mindfulness practice. FREE BONUS: Coaching tips...
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This collection of poems for children outlines essential knowledge of the ritual ablution and prayer according to the Hanafi school, the largest school of Islamic law. Along with the poems, it provides an appendix for clarification. Its purpose is to give children and parents access to knowledge that makes one's worship valid, sound, and proper in a fun way. "As a teacher of both young and mature, I am constantly searching for solid, accurate, and reliable fiqh resources in English that engage the student and allows them to memorize with ease. In our Islamic tradition, learning texts through poetry has...
A delightful, easy, step-by-step guide for children (or even new Muslims) on how to perform the Islamic prayer (salah). A step-by-step guide for how to make ablution (wudu) is also included. Zanib Mian's easy to understand explanations make this book another must-have for Muslim children.
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The Dua Journal - Children's is designed to help young Muslims looking to strengthen their family bonds, introduce a lifelong habit of reflection, gratitude, and prayer, and to begin creating a deeper and more personal relationship with Allah and their identity as Muslims.
Discover Your Meeting Place with the Prophet (S)! Are you worried about your child’s spiritual development? Are you concerned that your child might grow to be ‘empty on the inside’? Are you looking for a way to connect your child’s heart at a deep level to a higher purpose in life? If so, you’ll know you’ve found what your looking for when tears of spiritual joy flow from your child’s face. And no story that we’ve produced has done that more than The Prophet’s Pond. If your child hasn’t experienced this splendid tale, then they’re really missing out on something...
Shama’il of the Prophet Muhammad has been written for students aged 11-16 to aid them in their study of the unique character and person of the Prophet Muhammad. The contents of the book bring together, in an engaging and accessible manner, the essentials from the classical commentaries on this great tradition – bridging the gap created by language and the ages between modern students and Islam’s great tradition. The book guides the student through discussions on sira, hadith, Arabic, tafsir and reverential poetry. Suitable for both personal study and as a class text, it is certain to match the needs of the young student....
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A young Muslim boy prepares to pray only to get distracted at the last second in this melodic story. By Sana MunsheyIllustrated by Eman Salem Binding: HardcoverAge: ChildrenPages: 30Publisher: Islamic Foundation
Salam, my dear friends,I hope you're all well.If you've time to listenI've something to tell About the first mosque,A beautiful sight,Which we face when we pray,Where the nur shines bright 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! Binding: HardcoverAge: ChildrenPages: 28
If you were asked to describe the appearance of the Prophet Muhammad (S), what would you say? The Prophet Described weaves together classical accounts of the appearance and character of Allah’s finest creation, using the narrations of those closest to him. Expertly crafted into a story-conversation between a mother and son, and using flowing, rhyming text, this book makes learning about Allah’s Messenger (S), a rich and captivating experience. With spectacular illustrations that subtly echo the descriptions, this book is a treasure to be read over and over again. You’ll be left in awe, wonder and warmth by not just...
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A fun alphabet primer celebrating the month-long Muslim observance of fasting and spiritual awareness. Ramadan is a month-long observance when Muslims all over the world spend more time with each other, emphasize charitable works, fast, pray, and break their daily fast each night together. It’s a time meant to focus on things such as sharing, empathy, compassion, generosity, and selflessness. These ideals are wonderfully illustrated here in Greg Paprocki’s inimitable style for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet. 32 pages 102
A wonderful account of the sense of touch given to us by the creator, which can be explored endlessly with young children through feeling objects and performing actions, encouraging them to give thanks to God. By: Raana Bokhari Publisher: The Islamic Foundation Hardcover Age: 3-5 years, Preschool - Kindergarten 32 pages
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In this book, children can keep a record of their daily salah, daily fasting and other daily activities in Ramadan. Includes: • Ramadan Calendar countdown to Eid.• 60 Ramadan good deed ideas.• 30 days of Ramadan good deeds chart.• 24 interesting facts about Ramadan.• Ramadan Duas.• 30 days Ramadan Journal and Mini Activities.• Eid Takbīr.• Ramadan-O-Meter.• Full Colour. 48 pages 102
Tells the charming story of what happens when a big sister becomes fed up with her little bother's annoying ways. Read it to see what happens! by Rahma Rodaah This book is a Daybreak Press Book Award winner (2019)
A simple book describing the sense of hearing, and why we should appreciate it. A classic title for Muslim children. By Amrana Arif Binding: HardcoverAge: ChildrenPublisher: Islamic Foundation
Zahra hugs her cherished teddy bear and prays that Ramadan will bring her a longed-for sister. When her bear subsequently goes missing, Zahra finds herself grappling with intense feelings of loss. Over the next few weeks, as she volunteers with her mother at a local shelter for asylum seekers, Zahra befriends a displaced child, resulting in a newfound sense of gratitude and an unexpected Ramadan blessing.