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Readers learn about the Islamic observance of Ramadan in this charming story of a young Muslim girl determined to do the right thing during her first Ramadan fast. Ramadan is coming and Leena is excited. Although she is too young to fast every day during the Muslim religious festival, Leena
Perfect for home. schools, mosques, play groups or anywhere you want to let everyone know it's Ramadan. Children will love to follow every day in Ramadan with this vibrant & colourful Ramadan Daily Tracker. Encourages children to fast & for the younger ones to try their best and makes the end of the fasting
Ashraf is excited to be fasting for the first time. He hopes to make it through the whole day, but he seems to always be hungry. There's lots to learn about fasting, and Ashraf is doing his best to please Allah. The Salam Kids Series are books designed to encourage young children to
My Ramadan Fun Book, for ages 7-10, has activities on the following themes: Significance of the month of Ramadan; Fasting and its benefits; Recitation of the Holy Quran; Respecting the Masjid; and Hunger around the world. It also has word searches, crossword and other puzzles.
Eid-ul-Fitr is always an occasion for great fun and celebration. After a month-long Ramadan, everybody looks forward to a great Eid. Eid-ul-Fitr also calls for thanking Allah for His blessings, helping the poor and the needy around us and sharing our love and happiness with each other.
Ramadan, the month of fasting, Doesn’t begin all at once. It begins with a whisper And a prayer And a wish. Muslims all over the world celebrate Ramadan and the joyful days of Eid-ul-Fitr at the end of the month of fasting as the most special time of year. This
Ever wonder what children really thought about the month of Ramadan? What they like, dislike, look forward to? Well this series of short stories delves into the first hand experiences of elementary school children. Through these stories children, parents, teachers and all learners get a peak at what Ramadan is
The concept of Divorce is very challenging for young children. This book is based around a Muslim family and the story of young Khadija helping her mother and brother. The story gives many opportunities for positive discussion for parents and educators wanting to explore this difficult concept with balanced sensitivity
This beautiful book for children about holy month of Ramadan explains its importance and everything related to it like using colorful illustrations that are bound to attract young readers’ attention, stimulate them and amuse them. All while making them knowledgeable about the month of Ramadan. There is 2 page activity
The Spirit of fasting in Ramadan builds human character by encouraging the person to do good and refrain from doing anything that would harm others. The fasting person learns patience, perseverance, self-discipline, sacrifice, and compassion and sympathy for those that are less fortunate.
Mustafa Amca and his wife have a yearly tradition: they cook iftar for their friends and neighbours on the first day of Ramadan. But this year, Mustafa Amca’s wife is sick and can’t help him cook! Will he be able to find others to pitch in and create a meal
During the Islamic month of Ramadan, Muslims fast in daylight hours and perform special acts of worship throughout the day and night. Zainab is a young Muslim girl who spends this time with her family in traditional ways, but she and her mother also have their own special Ramadan tradition.
Ramadan is the month of fasting. a month of extra prayer, dua and doing good deeds. It is a very special time of the year for all Muslims.Nabeela loves the month of Ramada, It is her favorite month of the year. Find out what are the 10 things she loves
It is the night before Ramadan and Hassan and Aneesa are excited for it to begin. In Ramadan they will read the Qur'an, give charity, share food with neighbours and try to fast.Follow them on the first day of Ramadan and find out why Hassan and Aneesa love it when
Follow Ramadan from one new moon to the next, and experience its beauty and excitement- early morning meals and prayers, visits to the mosque, fasting in the day, Eid celebrations- in this movingly written and stunningly illustrated book. A perfect introductions for children celebrating Ramadan for the first time, or anyone
Ramadan is one of the most special months of the year- a time to pray, fast, and help those in need. Sylvia Whitman's lyrical story, with luminous illustrations by Sue Williams, serves as an introduction to Ramadan- a time for reflection and ritual with family and friends
Discover what makes Ramadan such a special time of year for Muslims with this fun sticker activity book. It features dot-to-dot drawings, coloring fun, puzzles to solve, and over sixty stickers to stick. This book introduces children to the basics of fasting, including who doesn’t have to, when you do
A story of two young children and how they celebrate Eid, visiting the mosque, meeting their friends, eating delicious food and enjoying carnival rides. And how their parents explain to them the true meaning of Eid.24 pagesAuthor: Saniyasnain Khan
Nurallah arrives in the village of Kalkalla and is astonished to find that people have not had Eid festivities for years. He finds out form the villagers that a terrible jinn keeps spoiling their Eid festivities. Nurallah decides to make a bargain with the jinn, but the frightened villagers beg
The Quran was first revealed during the month of Ramadan. Every Ramadan Muslims remember this peerless gift through prayer and fasting. Through beautiful illustrations and creatively written text this book teaches your children the importance of Ramadan fasting, prayer and charity.
Look! There is the new moon in the sky. It’s time for Ramadan to begin. Follow along with one young boy as he abserves the Muslim holy month with his family. This year, the narrator is finally old enough to fast, and even the youngest readers will be interested as
Ramadan, the month of ritual fasting, is a special and blessed period for Muslims. It was the month in which the revelations of the Qur’an descended from Allah, through Jibra’il (the Angel of Revelation), to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). As this was the starting point of Muhammad (PBUH) becoming a