Besides my personal stack of Ramadan books for children, I was surprised to find over twenty books dealing with Ramadan at my local library. They were written by Muslims and non-Muslims. While I was happy about the mix of the sources, I was also sad by the misrepresentation and false facts that seeped and got weaved in some of them. As Muslim parents, we have to make sure that we are aware of what is and what is not Ramadan and Islam. Below is part of my current stack. Alhamdullilah for a library.
In this post, I will review some books and in the spirit of our countdown to the Sultan of the Months, I will review the others insha’Allah.
1. Ramadan (Celebrate the World) by Hannah Eliot
Summary: In the ninth month of the year, when the first crescent moon rises in the sky, it’s time to celebrate Ramadan!…
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