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Press Release: Ramadan without Daddy

Dallas, TX June 2017 – Book publisher, Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, has released a new book called Ramadan without Daddy   It’s Khadija’s Story of Love, Courage and Hope The concept of Divorce is very challenging for young children. This book … Continue reading

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“Who Could I Be?” by Shoohada Khanom

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Bismillah, Author Shoohada Khanom’s children’s book titled Who Could I be? is launching this July insha’Allah. Please keep an eye out for it and support the work. ? Wassalam, Papatia Feauxzar Founder & President…

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Jasmine in the Wind – A Review

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Author: Ayesha Desai currently resides in Pretoria, South Africa with her husband and 2 young children. Ayesha is passionate about reading and this has evolved into a love of writing. Whilst this is her…

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Hind’s Hands – A Review

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? Authors : Umm Juwayriyah and Juwayriyah Ayed Illustrator : Emma Apple Publisher : As Sabr Publications What to expect: A patient family dealing a member who has a challenging disaility Summary: From bestselling…

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A Cat and Mouse Pact – A Review

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A Cat and Mouse Pact Author: Nayera Salam Nayera Salam has a Master’s degree in Education from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and more than thirty years teaching experience. She is now retired and lives in Atlanta with…

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Sleep in God’s Protection – An Interfaith Children’s Book Review

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Author:  Elizabeth Lymer Publisher : Aneesa Books Description: A bedtime book for young Muslims, Jews, and Christians, in which flowers close their petals, plants close their leaves, and babies close their eyes. ‘God’s peace be…

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What (Race) Am I?

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Bismillah, I was on maternity leave when one day I decided to turn on the TV and watch what kind of shows were on while I was at work. This is how I came…

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I Can Wear Hijab Anywhere! – A Review

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Author:  Yasmin Ibrahim Illustrator : Azhari Zulkifli Publisher : The Islamic Foundation Distrubutor: KUBE PUBLISHING LTD Series: I Can Series ? Description: This book explains that Hijab, which Islam prescribes for girls and women, is not…

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Deeni Tales – A Review

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Deeni Tales is a 30 page children’s book composed of several short stories by Kadeeja Nourin Ibrahim. It’s the author debut book. These tales are aimed at Muslim children who love stories and can…

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The One – A Children’s Book Review

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Author:  Manaal Jafrey-Razaque Illustrator : Tanya Emelyanova Publisher : Prolance What will it accomplish? Pious Muslim children who will exhibit taqwa insha’Allah Summary: The One is a fun-to-read, rhyming storybook about Allah that touches upon fundamentals…

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‘Islamic Fun Brain Busters for Kids’ by Fawziyyah F. Emiabata — Hayati Magazine

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Title: Islamic Fun Brain Busters for Kids Author: Fawziyyah Folasade Emiabata of Muslim Teen Reads Ilustrator: Kaltrina Ferizi Editor: Lateefah Binuyo Format: Paperback Age: 7 years old + Description: An excellent fun way to…

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