Category Archives: Reviews

The Gift of Ramadan — A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum! Ramadan is fast approaching and I finally get a chance to read and review a book I have wanted my hands on for quite some time alhamdullilah. Summary : Sophia wants to…

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Review: The Gatekeeper’s Notebook by Sahar Abdulaziz

Originally posted on The Imperfect Muslimah:
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Thank you Djarabi Kitabs Publishing 🙂 The Gatekeeper’s Notebook by Sahar Abdulaziz is a psychological thriller about a…

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The Forbidden Relationship: A Handbook on Love, Lust & Heartbreaks — A Review — Hayati Magazine

The Forbidden Relationship: A Handbook on Love, Lust & Heartbreaks by Mariam Yousaf is a self-help guide of 102 pages geared to any Muslim perusing the idea of dating the opposite sex outside of marriage. The book can also serve … Continue reading

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She Was The Moon — A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Summary : A whimsical illustrated book celebrating both the beauty of the scarf and the imagination of young children. Author & Illustrator: A.Bilal Review and thoughts : She Was The Moon is a very…

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Understand Your Child’s Development — A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Authors: Jameela Ho at Muslim Parenting & Ilma Ed Irna Fathurrubayah at Atfalna Education  Weronika Ozpolat at Multicultural Motherhood Nabila Ikram at Everlearning, Everlasting Afshan Mohammed Hannah Morris at ActiveMindCare. Summary: By understanding your child’s development you can help…

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The Art of Mutual Destruction

The Art of Mutual Destruction by Neymat Raboobee at The Imperfect Muslimah is a tale woven with vengeance deeds. A love story set in rich crime boss underworld families, there is Iman, a mixed raced Blonde who is the jewel … Continue reading

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The Sandhills of Arabia

The Sandhills of Arabia by American Muslim convert Laila Hasib is a Muslim young adult story of about 100 pages. A quick read, it’s intriguing and to the point. The writing is crisp and witty. Hasib leaves no stones un-turned when … Continue reading

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Imagine, by Shoohada Khanom

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
“Could we talk about something interesting? While we’re trying to get some rest?” “Okay, Yunus,” Saarah replied. Plucking something from the top of her head.   Imagine by Shoohada Khanom, is a children’s picture-book geared…

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Chains of Fear by Neymat Raboobee – A Review

Title: Chains of Fear Author: Neymat Raboobee Publisher: Tosh Publishing in South Africa Paperback Price : $10.10 on Amazon here Kindle Price :  $10.00 on Amazon here Summary: “I know I should be trusting Allah and I do, of course … Continue reading

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Poems by Stoori Khan – A Review

Assalamu aleikum, Be Like A Shining Star by Stoori I have been meaning to read the Quran for a few days now and yesterday I only managed to read a page in Arabic. Alhamdullilah ala kulli haal. But this morning … Continue reading

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Tight Rope, by Sahar Abdulaziz

Originally posted on Umm Afraz Muhammed:
“But Nour knew that goodwill and acceptance would never reveal themselves by taking off their hijab because for her or any other person of color, the skin she lived in wasn’t removable and therefore,…

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Book Review : The Ducktrinors (by Papatia Feauxzar)

Originally posted on Be Flawless Muslims 🙂:
Book: The Ducktrinors ( book 1 and book 2 of the Jihad series) Author: Papatia Feauxzar About the Author: Papatia Feauxzar is an American author of West African descent living in Dallas, Texas with…

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Book Review : THE DUCKTRINORS

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
The Book: The Ducktrinors (Book I & Book II) (Jihad Series) Author: Papatia Feauxzar Available at: Amazon (Ebook, Paperback), Djarabi Kitabs Publishing ? I was eager to read this book-The Ducktrinors – a Muslim science fiction of Young Adult…

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How Do You Become A Bestseller Author?

Assalamu aleikum! This question is always on writers and authors’ minds. Today I want to tackle the subject and be blunt about it. So how can a writer achieve such a goal? You can offer your book for free to … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Tight Rope By Sahar Abdulaziz

Originally posted on My Journey with Hijab:
I have read a thriller after a long time and it came out to be the right one , to be more precise it is a political thriller. The chapters in book are…

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The Blessed Bananas – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Bismillah, Synopsis: Everyone in the village knows not to come near the cranky, old monkey Rico or his precious bananas. However, after some unwanted encounters, Rico learns a life-changing lesson. Find out how in this…

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Book Review: “Surprise” by Zaheera Jina.

Originally posted on A Muslimah's writings:
“Surprise” by Zaheera Jina is a feel good book for kids about a Muslim family.? The story is about two boys receiving a surprise from their mother. The story is engaging and there…

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Halal Comfort Food’s Blog Tour!

Assalamu aleikum! Today we stopped at Foodeva Marsay with Marriam Sayed alhamdullilah. Here is the link —> http://marriamsayed.com/2017/08/23/halal-comfort-food-by-m-k-johnston-book-review/# Jazakh’Allah Khair for reading, Papatia Feauxzar, Al Foodie

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The Muslims: A Graphic Novel (Volume 1) – A Review — Hayati Magazine

Bismillah, The Muslims is a new Muslim graphic novel aimed at young Muslim children. Author : Ahmad Philips is an author, illustrator, and animator. Raised in Michigan, he graduated in animation and worked as a video editor, illustrator, animator, and … Continue reading

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Mommy Who Is Allah? Al-Khaliq (The Creator) – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Bismillah, Age Range:  3+ Series: Mommy Who Is Allah? Author: Susan Jones was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1969. She grew up in Houston, Texas, and converted to Islam in 1999. She studied the…

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