This rhyming book outlines several nighttime Islamic practices for kids – and even adults – to implement before going to bed. Fostering a love for the Prophet’s Sunnah, as well as teaching children to practice good deeds consistently. Also includes references to associated hadiths, an explanation of Islamic terminology, and
With breathtaking illustrations and informative text, Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns magnificently captures the world of Islam, celebrating its beauty and traditions for even the youngest readers. From a red prayer rug to a blue hijab, readers will learn about a different colour of the Muslim world on each spread
A guide for Muslim girls ages 8-11 gives you a simple and easy guide to getting ready to wear hijab. Full of colorful illustrations, tips, and how-to guides, you'll learn how to be confident in hijab, and easily transition into cvoering when you're ready.
Hadiyah is so happy to be a new Muslim, but it does come with a few changes. Hadiyah learns that she will now dress a little differently than before. Mama buys her some new hijabs, and Hadiyah wears them all weekend. But Monday is school day. What will her friends
We all aspire to emulate those who we look up to. As Muslims we are here to please Allah and aspire for Jannah in the hereafter which is only possible if we attain piety and righteousness. To achieve this, We ought to read about the lives of our pious predecessors,
Islam attaches great value to students of Ilm (knowledge). Students are therefore required to adhere certain etiquette when seeking Ilm. we learn the importance of this aspect through the example of our pious predecessors and scholars who illustrated excellency in Adab and Akhlaq of seeking knowledge.
It is the likes of our pious scholars such as Shaykh Ashraf Ali Thanwi, Shaykh Husain Ahmad Madani and Shaykh Zakariyyah as well as many others who have positively impacted the lives of a large mass of people. Through their teachings, our pious predecessors have passed down the true knowledge
Introduce your 6 and 7 year old to the fiqh of purity and prayer with this fun book in rhyme! The illustrations are wonderful. It will capture their attention to learning about wudu and praying – much more exciting then a plain text book full of words.
The second edition in the House of Ibn Kathir series! It’s Yusif’s second year at the Dar Al Ilm Academy for Boys, and his new role as Year Captain is proving to be a lot harder than he ever anticipated. As trouble brews in the school council, and the Headmaster’s
The One is a fun-to-read, rhyming storybook about Allah that touches upon fundamentals of His creation, proving Allah’s existence, and introducing some of His attributes for children to grasp from an early age in order to instill awe and love for Him, even though He cannot be seen.