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Bedtime Sunnahs: Emulating the Prophet one night at a time – A Review

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Summary: This rhyming book outlines several nighttime Islamic practices for kids —and even adults— to implement before going to bed. Fostering a love for the Prophet’s Sunnah, as well as teaching children to practice good deeds…

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The Blessed Bananas – A Review

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

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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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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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Allah Al-Aleem – A Review

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Bismillah, Age Range: I would say 3+ Author: Bint Abdul Hamid Illustrator : Zahra Gulraiz Publisher: Prolance Price : $12 What to expect: An introduction the one of the many attributes of Allah: Al-Aleem (The All-Knowing) Summary: The best…

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The Dino Flu – A Review

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Bismillah, I finally get to review a book I’ve wanted to read for quite some time now alhamdullilah. The Dino Flu is a Muslim authored children’s book by American Muslim Author Sahar Abdulaziz. ?…

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Mr. Ramadhan Moon – A Review

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Bismillah, ? Author: S.R.M aka Salma Raja Malik is a 29 year old mom of 3 young boys and an Occupational Therapist. She was inspired by her children and her first generation Muslim American experiences…

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My Coloring Book of Dua’a – A Review

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Compiler & Illustrator: Meenu Bharadwaj Publisher: Prolance Summary: Dua’as for kids! What to say when you wake up until when you sleep! Plus each page is a coloring sheet! Thoughts: The duas listed in My Coloring Book of…

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I Will Not Clean My Room – A Review

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Author: Saharish Arshad is a freelance children’s writer. She has published numerous short articles and poetry for children in Little Explorers Magazine, a quarterly U.K. based publication for Muslim children. She is currently experimenting with…

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1001 Inventions & Awesome Facts From Muslim Civilization

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Author: National Geographic Chief Editor : Professor Salim Al-Hassani Publisher : National Geographic Children’s Books Summary: We often think that people from a thousand years ago were living in the Dark Ages. But from…

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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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Jannah Jewels – Book 2 Review

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Author:  Umm Nura Illustrator : Nayzak Al-Hilali Publisher : Gentle Breeze Books What to expect: Strong Muslim Girls, Packed Action, Adventure, and Lost Islamic History Summary: In the second book of the Jannah Jewels…

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The Princess and the Good Deed – A Review

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Authors:  Umm Juwayriyah & Juwayriyah Ayed Illustrator : F.A.Ibrahim Publisher : As Sabr Publications What to expect: ‘an original Islamic fairy tale of kindness, friendship, and animal rights!’ Our Thoughts: The Princess and the…

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Jannah Jewels – Book 1 Review

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Author:  Umm Nura Illustrator : Nayzak Al-Hilali Publisher : Gentle Breeze Books What to expect: Strong Muslim Girls, Packed Action, Adventure, and Lost Islamic History Summary: The Jannah Jewels land in the ancient city…

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The Beauty of My Hijab

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Author and Illustrator:  Fatimah Ashaela Moore Ibrahim Publisher : Aakifah Multimedia and Mindworks Publishing What to expect: A poetic empowering message Summary: This is a special book that shows the beauty of covering by drawing…

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Bismillah Little Leyla – A Review

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Bismillah, Author: Qura Abid  is a second generation Muslim-American, born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and a mother of an incredible energetic toddler. Read more about her here. Illustrator: Mona Ismail Publisher: Prolance Summary: Mommy and daddy are…

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What Am I ? – FREE For Five Days

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Assalamu aleikum, My first children’s book ‘What Am I?’ is out! Alhamdullilah. The direct link is https://www.amazon.com/What-Am-Race-Are-Book-ebook/dp/B01N39Z3X4 – Click to buy at no cost to you with ‘1 click’ once on Amazon. – The paperback…

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Eight Children Books I Recommend

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? Build Your Arabic Vocabulary series is by Dr. Alia Khaled .The series is composed of four books : Arabic Letters, Arabic Numbers, Colors in Arabic, and Shapes in Arabic. The One is a 32…

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