101 Seerah Stories and Dua is a richly illustrated collection of 101 great stories told in simple language that children will easily understand and relate to. Each story comes with delightful illustrations and a beautiful prayer. The book includes well known tales from the life of the Prophet Muhammad — the Year of Elephant, the birth and childhood of the Prophet, the revelation of the Quran, the first Muslims, opposition of the Quraysh, the spread of Islam and migration to Madinah to name a few. It’s a unique experience the whole family will cherish and revisit again and again!
365 Days with the Prophet Muhammad is a unique storybook, which takes children on a fun-filled, day-by-day adventure throughout the life and times of the Prophet Muhammad. It provides a lively and chronological account of the Prophet as a person, whose life and teachings are loved, cherished and respected by people all over the world. Every day, children will find in it a new story enshrining the wisdom of the Prophet Muhammad, which they can apply in their daily lives. Children will love the colourful illustrations and captivating stories, charmingly told in simple language.
365 Days with the Sahabah is a unique storybook, which takes children on a fun-filled, day-by-day adventure throughout the life and times of the Sahabah or the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad. It provides a lively account of the Sahabah as persons, whose life and teachings are loved, cherished and respected by people all over the world. Every day, children will find in it a new story enshrining the wisdom of the Prophet Muhammad and his Companions, which they can apply in their daily lives. Featuring 365 stories, this book introduces children to wonderful world of the Sahabah and the Prophet Muhammad. Children will love the colourful illustrations and captivating stories, charmingly told in simple language.
This book, with its simple yet profound dua and stories, set in the circumstances of our daily existence, expresses the joy and challenges of life. Reading these prayers and stories, children will come to know how ordinary incidents and day to day activities are such important subjects for prayer and why they should be thankful to Allah. These charming stories and heart-warming prayers, enlivened by stunning and colourful illustrations, will become a wonderful accompaniment for children on their path to understanding the glory and kindness of Allah and will bring them closer to their Creator.
A King Helps Outis a beautifully illustrated and creatively written story about some of Prophet Muhammad's first followers' exile in Abyssinia. The wise king of Abyssinia prevented the Makkans from taking the Muslims back against their wish.
A Treasury of Islamic Values for Children, a highly creative work, consisting of twenty short stories, has been written exclusively for children by children. These young authors have expressed their experiences and feelings in the light of Islam in a very interesting and educative way.Written in simple language with attractive illustrations, this book will captivate young readers, who will find that the stories relate directly to their own lives. Each tale gives them a correct Islamic perspective and proper guidance in their day-to-day activities. All the moral lessons conveyed by the tales are supported by references to the Quran and authentic sayings of the Prophet. This work is an invaluable addition to the home library in that it will help children develop a strong sense of what is right and what is wrong. It is truly in accordance with the teachings of Islam, a vital feature in these challenging times if one is to lead a successful life.
This book is about the life and teachings of Abu Bakr Siddiq (may Allah be pleased with Him)-The Frist Caliph of Islam.
This beautiful full-color illustrated booklet is great story book for children teaching them important Islamic lessons while capturing their imagination. It also makes a great bed time book for parents to read to their children.
Aisha (ra), the wife of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), was an extraordinary human being. She was highly learned and is considered to be one of the foremost scholars of the early Islamic period. She recorded the life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and, being a brilliant scholar and an excellent teacher, she explained it with intelligence and insight. Aisha (ra) narrated about 2200 ahadith, which is an amazing achievement for anyone. After the death of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Aisha (ra) devoted most of her time to the propagation of Islam, making every effort to spread its message by teaching its tenets. She also took an active part in educational and social reforms. Aisha (ra) is undoubtedly an exemplary figure in the history of Islam and is an inspiration to all.
Ali ibn Abi Talib, the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad, was also one of the members of the Prophet’s household. The Prophet took him into his care when he was only 5 years old and gave him an excellent upbringing. And from then onwards, he remained with the Prophet until he married the Prophet’s daughter Fatima after the migration to Madinah. In fact, he was so close to the Prophet that once the Prophet said to him, “You are of me, and I of you.” This closeness, however, entailed great responsibility along with constantly being tested with trying situations. In the course of time, Ali became well-versed in Islamic knowledge, achieved profundity in religion and lived a life of deep realization and spirituality. The Caliphs Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman used regularly to consult him in matters of importance. After Uthman’s death, Ali was chosen to be the fourth Caliph of Islam. Ali loved and obeyed Allah and His Messenger so much that he was given the title of al-Murtada, or the one with whom Allah is pleased.
Alia and the Story of the Rose explains why the Quran dictates that Muslim women wear the hijab through simple text and vivid illustrations. The book also has activity at the end that the child can do to reinforce the lesson.
Often elders find it difficult to find a fun way to teach children akhlaaq, that is, moral values and good manners in Islam. All About Akhlaaq, being a fun book, will aid them in this. Designed for use at home and school, it covers a wide range of moral issues and the occasions in daily life when good manners are essential. Colourful and story-filled, with an easy-to-use format and short skits, it will give a better understanding of each akhlaaq by encouraging children, parents and teachers to engage in role playing. Each theme, listed alphabetically, is expressed in simple language and has attractive illustrations on every page. What better way to learn akhlaaq than by acting it out! So, be active and practice akhlaaq!
Allah knows what is best for us. Read this book to know what He expects from us and what He likes and dislikes. Allah and Me is a book which discusses some Islamic virtues which we should practice in our daily life in order to live according to Allah's will and become candidates for Paradise. A Muslim does everything for Allah. Every Little Talk in this book includes some questions to make children think, especially about their own behaviour in context of the virtue discussed in that Talk. Each Talk ends with some Quranic verses and Hadith quotes to stress and highlight the Islamic teaching discussed in that Talk.
The kingdom of Allah is a series of attractive picture books, designed to entertain very young children, while awakening in them an understanding of the Almighty who has created everything for our benefit. This series will help children appreciate how Allah is taking care of us and continuously showering His blessings on us in many different ways. As a pre-school reading course, it will help parents to explain and enrich the divine message by a simple and easy-to-understand method. With the help of this series, parents will find it extremely rewarding to share their knowledge with their loved ones.
Eid-ul-Fitr is always an occasion for great fun and celebration. After a month-long Ramadan, everybody looks forward to a great Eid. Eid-ul-Fitr also calls for thanking Allah for His blessings, helping the poor and the needy around us and sharing our love and happiness with each other.
Duas your children can recite at various times through the day, in simple rhyming text that is easy on the ears.
The Prophet Muhammad Storybook-2 takes the reader back to the early days of Makkah when the Prophet reached manhood. It tells of how he became a successful merchant, married Khadija, a wealthy business woman, and then soon thereafter gave up all worldly activities in search of the truth. How he attained prophethood and began his mission is related in a series of fascinating stories. Everything is covered from the first revelation of the Quran by the Archangel Jibril, to the early preaching of the Prophet and the opposition of the people of Makkah. This book then goes on to narrate amazing tales of how Islam began to spread in Makkah.The Prophet Muhammad Storybook-2, meant for 7 year olds and above, encourages children to discover for themselves the message of the life of the Prophet and to find their own ways of applying the Prophet?s timeless teachings to their lives. With its colourful, child-friendly illustrations, this book is perfect for reading to your children or grandchildren, and is excellent for use at home or at school.
This early reader rhyming series is based upon a young Muslim boy (Zaahir) and his furry friend (Jamel the Camel). Come along with them and experience the pleasure and joy of learning about our Creator, Allah. Learning about Islam will be more fun than ever with your Muslim Pals Zaahir & Jamel the Camel! This book comes complete with an Islamic Quiz, Puzzle, Arabic Activity, Glossary and much more…
Did you know that a bird helped save the life of the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) ? When the Prophet (pbuh) and his companion Abu Bakr were migrating from Makkah on their way to Madinah, they hid in a cave. When the Makkans arrived at the cave in which the Prophet (pbuh) and Abu Bakr were hiding, they saw a bird nesting and cooing peacefully at the foot of the opening. "Harrumph!" exclaimed the frustrated Makkans; "Certainly no little bird would stay where humans had entered! They must not be inside here!" So the Makkans left, the Prophet (pbuh) and his companion were saved and all Muslims give thanks to Allah that He made birds!
Eid-ul-Fitr is always an occasion for great fun and celebration. After a month-long Ramadan, everybody looks forward to a great Eid, specially when Ama Fatima is around. To celebrate Eid with Ama Fatima is to have lots of fun and a realisation that Eid-ul-Fitr also calls for thanking Allah for His blessings, helping the poor and the needy around us and sharing our love and happiness with each other.
This delightful book of Eid songs combines entertainment with learning and includes beautiful artistic illustrations. It teaches about Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Adha and Ramadan. It stimulates listening skills, helps establish reading readiness, and promotes a secure, satisfying Islamic self-image. It is meant for younger children but older readers can also use it as a stimulus to produce their own songs and rhymes. Most importantly teachers and parents can use this as a resource for teaching about the purpose of Islamic celebrations.
Ameer Saab is a very rich man who doesn’t like to share his wealth. Even his servant, Raheem, is only paid a very small wage. On the day before Eid, Ameer Saab eats too much and gives himself a stomache. He takes a walk to make himself feel better. Along the way he meets many people. Ameer Saab ignores all of them. But that night he has a nightmare. Find out what happens to Ameer Saab on the day of Eid.
Faith in Allah and The Beloved Son are two tales from the life of Prophet Ibrahim that can be clearly understood and are fun to read, share and enjoy.
'Fatimah' is the last book in the series about the daughters of the Prophet Muhammad. This beautifully written book explores the life and times of the youngest daughter of the Prophet. It relates fascinating stories about the Prophet and Khadija as her parents, here growing up in the vicinity of the Kabah, marriage, motherhood and her contribution in spreading the message of Islam. The vibrant illustrations that accompany the stories will make it an enjoyable read for children as well as adults, and help them learn and appreciate the life of Fatimah.