Tag Archives: Prolance

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

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About 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…

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The Miraculous Life of Isa — A Review

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About the Book : Bilal and Mr. Shells are best pals and together they will overcome any obstacles. In this rhyming book, they will learn about a talking baby and his miracles. Read along…

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Two Cute Books by Prolance You Need To Have!

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Assalamu aleikum! I have had the chance to read two children’s books recently published by Muslim Book Publisher Prolance, and I’m happy to share my honest thoughts with you. So here we go. 1.…

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Believe – A Journal Review

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Summary: …a raw list…of list of the rules, obligations, guidelines, regulations, orders, directives, instructions (or however you’d like to perceive them) derived from the 114 chapters, 6,236 verses and 77,449 words in the Quran –…

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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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Essential Books Teaching His 99 Names To Young Muminun

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Bismillah, I thought of writing a children’s book with all the 99 names of Allah in it to make it comprehensive but I decided against it. Why? The book will go over the maximum…

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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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A Gift From Jannah – A Review

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Author: Hira Khan is the creator and founder of BirthKeeper, providing Doula Services in the Toronto area and Prenatal Education to the global Muslim community since 2009. Illustrator :  Jenny Reynish lives and works near Colchester in Essex,…

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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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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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Naiya in Nature – A Kid Yoga Book Review

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? Author: Shazia Latif Illustrator : Palalee Puru Publisher : Prolance What to expect: A Relaxed Mind, Serenity, and Inner Peace Summary:  When Naiya wakes up to her busy, loud surroundings, she decides to…

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