Islamic habits that will change your life. 1. Wake up early. For fajr or tahajjud. If you feel you are always running out of time and you need to do more and your to do list is never ending. You need to try this. Get up for fajr and utilise the barakah filled dawn hours … Continue reading Islamic habits that will change your life!
a poem about angels.
A true short moral story for Muslim kids teaching about honesty.
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Children learn by My parents were leaving for hyderabad. Dad had got a big carton of biscuits and chocates to take to hyderabad to distribute among our relatives back home. As usual, they crossed the baggage limit(my mother being a big shopoholic), so they decided to leave the carton here. Dad asked me to distribute … Continue reading A short story for PARENTS!
"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 is a mystery element till the end of the book. The language is easy to follow and great. What I liked most … Continue reading Book Review: “Surprise” by Zaheera Jina.
"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.
"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.
"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
This is another poem in the series of Islamic rhymes for babies. Hope you like it. We are going to MakkahTo perform UmrahI've worn my ihramI've made my niyyahTawaf and saeeAre main parts of UmrahWe start with tawaf7 rounds of KabahAt maqam-e-ibrahimPerform two rakahThen we drink zam zamAnd make lots of duaThen we walk 7 … Continue reading Poem about Umrah-Islamic Rhyme for baby.