Islamic Interest Books for Kids
When Yasmin goes for a visit, her grandmother teaches her a Muslim's daily prayers, makes special prayer clothes, and gives a gift that will help Yasmin remember when to pray. Includes facts about prayer customs.
A young girl tells how her family celebrates the festive holiday, Girgian, which comes in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan. The special clothing, the foods, the crafts, and the greatest joy of all, the joy of giving.
A Pakistani-American girl takes part in her aunt's traditional Pakistani wedding.
While buying gifts for his family to wear to the mosque on Eid, a shoemaker is persuaded to get new pants for himself, but the only pair available is too long and no one seems to have time to shorten them.
Hassan, newly-arrived in the United States and feeling homesick, paints a picture at school that shows his old home
in Somalia as well as the reason his family had to leave.
A boy observes the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with his family.
In simple rhyming text a young Muslim girl and her family guide the reader through the traditions and colors of Islam.
Yasmeen has a wonderful time celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with her family and friends.
and his sister transfer to a school where they are the only Muslims, they must learn how to fit in while staying true to their beliefs and heritage.
is coming and Leena decides to fast on a Friday that her aunt will be visiting. But when Leena receives an invitation to a party that same day, she worries that she won't be able to keep her Ramadan
Aneesa and her grandmother come up with a plan to help two girls who are refugees celebrate Eid
Tells the story of a London family as they make their pilgrimage to Mecca and perform the traditional Hajj rituals.
As bombs and missiles fall on Baghdad in 2003, a young boy uses the art of calligraphy to distance himself from the horror of war.
young Afghani girls living in a refugee camp in Pakistan share a precious pair of sandals
brought by relief workers. Includes author's note about refugees.
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A retelling of twenty-two Middle Eastern folktales about Mulla Nasreddin Hoca, a wise man remembered for his insightful and humorous stories.