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Look! There is the new moon in the sky.

It’s time for Ramadan to begin. Follow along with one young boy as he observes the Muslim holy month with his family.

This year, the narrator is finally old enough to fast, and readers of all ages will be interested as he shares his experiences of this special holiday in Islam.

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A fun alphabet primer celebrating the month-long Muslim observance of fasting and spiritual awareness.

Ramadan is a month-long observance when Muslims all over the world spend more time with each other, emphasize charitable works, fast, pray, and break their daily fast each night together. It’s a time meant to focus on things such as sharing, empathy, compassion, generosity, and selflessness. These ideals are wonderfully illustrated here in Greg Paprocki’s inimitable style for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet.

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Follow the story of Laila, a curious young Muslim girl that wants to learn about Ramadan. Through a fun story for both children and parents, allow your kids to start comprehending religious concepts while also sparking their curiosity for further knowledge about their Islamic religion.

Enjoy with your little one a unique and creative journey that will introduce her/him to one of the five pillars of the religion and offer your child a positive perception of the Islamic holy month of mercy, the Ramadan. A must-have children’s story that shouldn’t be missing from any family’s bookcase or Islamic books’ collection!

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Learn all about the traditions of Ramadan with this first book in the brand-new board book series Celebrate the World, which highlights celebrations across the globe.

In the ninth month of the year, when the first crescent moon rises in the sky, it’s time to celebrate Ramadan! In this lovely board book with illustrations from Rashin Kheiriyeh, readers learn that Ramadan is a time to reflect on ourselves, to be thankful, and a time to help others.

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Join Rashad as he learns the history of the holiday, discussing the customs and the celebration Eid al-Fitr.

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Magnificently capturing the colorful world of Islam for the youngest readers, this breathtaking and informative picture book celebrates Islam’s beauty and traditions. From a red prayer rug to a blue hijab, everyday colors are given special meaning as young readers learn about clothing, food, and other important elements of Islamic culture, with a young Muslim girl as a guide. Sure to inspire questions and observations about world religions and cultures, Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns is equally at home in a classroom reading circle as it is being read to a child on a parent’s lap. Plus, this is a fixed-format version of the book, which looks nearly identical to the print version.

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Lailah solves her problem with help from the school librarian and her teacher and in doing so learns that she can make new friends who respect her beliefs. This gentle, moving story from first-time author Reem Faruqi comes to life in Lea Lyon’s vibrant illustrations. Lyon uses decorative arabesque borders on intermittent spreads to contrast the ordered patterns of Islamic observances with the unbounded rhythms of American school days.

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Ramadan, the month of fasting, doesn’t begin all at once. It begins with a whisper And a prayer And a wish. Muslims all over the world celebrate Ramadan and the joyful days of Eid-ul-Fitr at the end of the month of fasting as the most special time of year. This lyrical and inspiring picture book captures the wonder and joy of this great annual event, from the perspective of a child. Accompanied by Iranian inspired illustrations, the story follows the waxing of the moon from the first new crescent to full moon and waning until Eid is heralded by the first sighting of the second new moon. Written and illustrated by Muslims, this is a book for all children who celebrate Ramadan and those in the wider communities who want to understand why this is such a special experience for Muslims.

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Every child on the planet is locked inside their homes. They are kept deep inside, to guard them from the evil that lurks outside. An easy to catch virus that doesn’t distinguish between young or old. As Ramadan get’s close, Asiyah wonders if this virus might just ruin her favorite month of Ramadan.Her solution is to join forces with her pet lion Asad, who has been blessed with very special powers. Amidst these difficult and uncertain times, the book offers a message of hope and comfort to put young minds at ease. An imaginative creation that is surely going to be a popular addition to your reading collection!The story has been written for by Muslim parents who recognize the importance of offering relevant age appropriate content for Muslim children. They desired to develop a story-line that not only appeals and offers engagement but more importantly conveys values that can help mold young minds.Parents it is our full hope that you and all children will tremendously benefit from this story and from our planned future releases.Themes you’ll find inside this illustrated book: Allah’s mercy, communication with parents, planning in life, and striving for good in the blessed month of Ramadan.

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A story of how an American Muslim family observes the holy month of Ramadan.

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