Islamic short story for Muslim kids about honesty.

A true short moral story for Muslim kids teaching about honesty.

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Islamic Book for children : Nanni’s Hijab Review.

Nanni's hijab by Khadijah Abdul-Haqq is a story of a little Muslim girl called Nanni who overcomes a bully at her school using her brains instead of fighting her. This book is well timed and well needed in this age of islamophobia and hijab/niqab bans. It is aimed towards young muslim girls and has a … Continue reading Islamic Book for children : Nanni’s Hijab Review.

How to prevent and cure Iron deficiency in Babies and Toddlers? 

Iron deficiency in babies is a cause of major concern for mothers because Iron is a very important mineral for baby's proper growth especially brain development. The role of iron is also to carry oxygen in our body. Anemia is very common among babies though and can be treated easily with iron syrups but in … Continue reading How to prevent and cure Iron deficiency in Babies and Toddlers? 

Book Review – “Mommy Who is Allah?” by Zainab Jones.

"Mommy who is Allah?" by Zainab jones is a wonderful book for Muslim kids explaining the attribute "Al Khaliq" - the creator.  It's a story of a Little boy called Abdul Rahman who asks his mother about who is Allah and her mother replies him explaining that He is the Creator of every single thing … Continue reading Book Review – “Mommy Who is Allah?” by Zainab Jones.

Book Review: “Ramadan without Daddy” by Misbah Akhtar.

"Ramadan without Daddy" by Misbah Akhtar is a book aimed at kids whose parents are not together anymore.  This book is different and is targeted at a specific audience. Divorce is difficult for the couple but kids are hit the hardest. They don't understand what has happened and are often confused and scared. This story … Continue reading Book Review: “Ramadan without Daddy” by Misbah Akhtar.

Book review: “Who could I Be?” by Shoohada Khanom

"Who could I be?" by Shoohada Khanom is such a cute and adorable book Ma sha Allah. I totally loved reading it.  It is full of rhyming sentences, has beautiful sound words(onomatopoeia), cute illustrations and an excellent message: Linking all the beautiful animals to the Creator. This is by far my most favourite Islamic book … Continue reading Book review: “Who could I Be?” by Shoohada Khanom