Author: Yahiya Emerick
Publisher: Yahiya Emerick, Islamic Foundation of North America, Amirah Publishing Co. (2010)
Pages: 129 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
What does it take to be popular? This is what we find out in this story of an American Muslim girl negotiating the perils and pitfalls of junior high school. When someone mysteriously enters her name in the school-wide popularity contest, her world is thrown into turmoil even as she learns things about herself - and others - that she never would have guessed possible.
About the Author --
Yahiya Emerick is a prolific author on topics related to religion, interfaith dialogue and the Islamic faith. He has written over twenty-five books including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Islam, as well as a modern English translation of the Qur'an. His recent biography on the life of Muhammad is considered the most accessible to the average reader in the market today. He has a BA in history and an MA in secondary education/history. He has taught in both public and private schools for over fifteen years and is a well-known authority in his field with a reputation for accuracy, clarity and excellent teaching skills.