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Ali and the Alps: 9-year-old Ali and his best friend Bear go on an exciting trip to the Alps. While there, they make a new friend, Peter, who is a real-life shepherd! The boys learn to herd sheep and eat tons of delicious sheep-milk ice cream. Surrounded by majestic mountains and rolling
Ali and the Eid Goat: Ali really, REALLY wants a pet. When his parents tell him they will be visiting their family in Pakistan AND he can pick out their Eid goat, Ali is over the moon. Join him as he falls in love with Pakistan, meets his cousins, and learns to speak
Ali and the Gladiators: Ali wants nothing more than to impress his teacher Mr. O'Reilly with the most amazing project on Rome. Who would want a boring written report when a real live battle with trained gladiators was an option? Bear tries to warn him, but when it comes to Ali's imagination, there
Ali and the Invention Convention: An Invention Convention is coming to Ali's school. Everyone, especially Ali, is hoping to win one of three amazing prizes for inventing something spectacular. But for the first time ever, Ali and Bear get into an argument and Ali's left to invent something all on his own. Will
Ali and his best friend Bear are going on a class trip to Riverrun Central Zoo. They start the day excited to see their favourite animals. Even with Mr. O'Reilly closely watching them, trouble follows in a BIG way. It doesn't help that Julie Patterson knows what they've done and is threatening
Join Melek at school as she makes friends, saves Zac in the pool, meets Rattus Rattus the class reading rat and quirky Miss, a teacher who encourages unusual ways of problem solving. The Book Parade side-tracks Melek’s dreams of forming a girls’ football team in her school. Miss said for the
This treasure-filled book, is a collection of Islamic stories, morals and anecdotes from the life of our beloved Prophet , his Companions y and the pious predecessors. The stories and anecdotes are based on moral and ethical values, which the reader will enjoy sharing with their peers, friends, families and
Both boys and girls will love these adventure books Jannah Jewels is a 12-part award winning chapter book series for Muslim kids, actually all kids Sold as a set of 12 with a FREE Tote bag valued at $20 Book 1 - The Treasure of Timbuktu Book 2 - The Chase of China Book 3
You are a Boy, a pre-teenager or a full teenager, experiencing many changes in your body and mind. Sometimes you do not know what to do or who to ask? You and your parents also feel a bit uncomfortable to discuss certain issues! If this is the situation, then this
You are a girl, a pre-teenager or a full teenager, experiencing many changes in your body and mind. Sometimes you do not know what to do or who to ask? You and your parents also feel a bit uncomfortable to discuss certain issues! If this is the situation, then this
It’s Yusif’s first time away from home. The Dar Al Ilm Academy (boarding school) seemed to be the ideal place for him to pursue his studies and achieve one of his lifelong ambitions – to memorise the Qur’an, or so his parents had decided… However, just when he thought he
The long awaited sequel is finally here by Shaykh Muhammad Yahya.Teen problems dealt with once again in a witty and entertaining manner.This book is a real page turner.A funny entertaining and gripping book dealing with teenage problems through an Islamic perspective.
As Shabab Al-Nasr prepare to defend their trophy, in walks Amir, a player good enough to win it on his own! But for all his stunning skills, is he ready to become one of the team? And with Ibrahim battling jealousy and low self-confidence, can the Victory Boys find that
Advice for College & University. An engaging book covering the pressing issue of illicit relationships, that are growing popular amongst Muslim youth. The author successfully explores the deadly cocktail of sins that are prevalant in colleges and universities. He provides useful, practical solutions, enabling them firstly, to recognise what is
An anthology that promises excitement from cover to cover. A middle school appropriate text that explains the beliefs of Islam in a simple manner so that young hearts can understand the truth. This text intermingles fables with poems, tales and real life stories.
Junayd and his friends think madrasa is a waste of time, and older brother Saleem is fast becoming the black sheep of the family. That is, until the Imam of the mosque initiates and extra-curricular project outside his comfort zone. But can faith and football flourish side-by-side?