Noorah Kathryn Abdullah
This book contains the selections of Du’a (supplications) in Arabic which Muslims use in their everyday life. A straightforward and simple method has been applied to teach the basic du’a to children ages 3-6 years.Examples from everyday life are used to teach children which prayers (du’as) to say, how to memorize these everyday prayers quickly, how to understand their meanings, and the right occasions for their use. Beautifully illustrated, each prayer comes in Arabic, English, and Arabic in roman letters.
An introduction to the twelve most common supplications and expressions used by Muslims in everyday life, presented in an appealing way for young children. Arabic with guide to English pronunciation.
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There is always something going on when Ashraf is around. Even though Ashraf is still young he loves to make Wudu and practice Salah with his family.
The Salam Kids Series are books designed to encourage young children to try their best and start to implement Islamic practices into their lives.
These books are not instructional!
Let’s always remember each child is different and that they will participate with their own capabilities.
Young children will love the characters Ashraf and Zainab featured in this series.£2.99Age : 0-5 yearsBinding : PaperbackPages : 24
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A wonderful account of the sense of taste given to us by Allah, which can be explored endlessly with young children through popular food tastes, encouraging them to give thanks to our Creator. Includes 12 colour illustrations£4.50Pages : 32Binding : HardbackPublished : 2003Age : 0-5 years
Hassan and Aneesa Celebrate Eid0 out of 5(0)
Eid al-Fitr is here and Hassan and Aneesa are helping to decorate their house before the celebrations begin.
On Eid they will wake early to wash before performing a special prayer outside. After the prayer, it is time to celebrate with friends and family.
Recommended for ages 2 and up.
Part of the “Hassan and Aneesa” series. Including the following titles:
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– Hassan and Aneesa Go to Madrasa
– Hassan and Aneesa Go to Masjid£2.50Pages : 24Binding : PaperbackPublished : 2017Age : 0-5 years
Muslim Nursery Rhymes (Book & CD)0 out of 5(0)
Mustafa Yusuf McDermont
Fifteen traditional English nursery rhymes, adapted with Islamic themes.
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Ramadan and Fasting Activity Book0 out of 5(0)
Discover what makes Ramadan such a special time of year for Muslims with this fun sticker activity book. Features dot-to-dot drawings, colouring fun, puzzles to solve and over 60 stickers to stick.
Introduces children to the basics of fasting, including who doesn’t have to, when you do and do not eat, and the importance of family and friends in Ramadan.
Part of a sticker activity book series that also includes:
£2.99Pages : 32Binding : PaperbackPublished : 2016Age : 0-5 years
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