Addressing Adolescence is a parent-to-parent handbook outlining how to tackle the challenges of parenting adolescents within an Islamic ethos ina pluralist society.
- the unique nature of an adolescent and how this differs from younger children;
- possible problems that young people today may face in school and within their social life and how best to tackle these; matters to consider when choosing a secondary school;
- creating the most nurturing home environment in which to bring up young people;
- preparing them for the adult world of responsibility.
By Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Publisher: Taha Publishing
Senior year is tough in Sarah Ali's hometown of Wickley, Pennsylvania. As if AP classes aren't enough - Islamphobes are showing up at the school protesting her existence! She doesn't need an extra complication. But suddenly, there's Jason.
Jason, who’s new in town. Jason, who has gorgeous grey eyes and tousled hair. Jason, who is quiet and respectful and stands up for her.
Feelings and faith collide as Sarah struggles to convince everyone - including herself - that Jason is just an acquaintance.
By Saba Syed
Age: Young Adult
Binding: Paperback 292 pages
Publisher: Daybreak Press
By Afshan Malik
As if track practice, yearbook meetings, and tumultuous friendships weren't enough, sisters Hannah and Noreen are catapulted into a disorienting new reality when their dad returns home from his medical mission in Syria a haunted and broken man.
All of a sudden, their once tight knit family is falling to pieces. Little do they know, things will become a lot more crazy and unpredictable as each of them fights a different battle
Publisher Daybreak Press