Did Musa St-St-Stutter Too? — A Review

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Did Musa Stutter TOOAbout the Book : Afraid of how his class will react to his stutter, Ibrahimi comes up with a plan to stay home from school, but his mother has something else in mind. After she reminds him that the beloved Prophet Musa saved a nation while speaking uniquely too, will Ibrahimi have the courage to face his fear?

Author : Keila Kaci

Illustrator : Andrea Lucci

Publisher: Prolance

Review and thoughts : This book teaches young believers a very powerful dua when they have to address an audience and their nerves get the best of them. It also teaches about a very important Muslim Prophet; Prophet Musa aleihi salam as he implored Allah in Surah Taha. After Little Ibrahimi’s Mommy tell him of this Nabi, Ibrahimi draws strength and resilience to face his ordeal; presenting his speech in front of his classmates fiercely. In all, Did Musa ST-St-Stutter

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4 Responses to Did Musa St-St-Stutter Too? — A Review

  1. Rafia says:

    This looks like a cute book! That is my favorite and oft-repeated dua, too.

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  2. Zara says:

    I have a slight stammer and that is one of my favourite du’a 💖

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