Author: Ali bin Ali bin Mu?ammad bin Abi al-Izz ad-Damashaqi al-Hanafi; TRANSLATOR: Sulayman Mu?ammad ?Abdul-?A?im Ibn Joshua Baker
Pages: 186 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
It is well-known to every Muslim what lies in studying the Sīrah of the Prophet (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace) of great benefits, blessed effects, and huge fruits which are produced in the Muslim’s worldly life as well as the Hereafter.
His Sīrah (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace) is the most brilliant Sīrah to purify the hearts of the believing servants. It is the Sīrah of the leader of the pious, the model example for all mankind, and leader of all the children of Adam.
Studying his Sīrah is a study of the Sīrah of the one whom Allāh (Glorified and Exalted) has made as an example for His servants. As Allāh says,
“Indeed, in the Messenger of Allāh (Muḥammad (May Allāh raise his rank & grant him peace) you have a good example to follow for him who hopes in (the Meeting with) Allāh and the Last Day and remembers Allāh much.” [Sūrah al-Ahzāb 33:21]
It deepens love for him in the heart and spreads it. The Prophet (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace) said,
“None of you truly believes until I am more beloved to him than his child, his father, and all the people.” 
The Sīrah of the Prophet (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace) has a great impact on the servant with regards to actualize emulating him (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace). Mainly because emulating him (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace) is a branch of knowledge from his guidance and learning of his Sīrah (May Allah raise his rank & grant him peace).
The people of knowledge, old and contemporary, have authored proses and compositions. Some of which are abridged and some are extensive. Among these writings which were intended to concise, without being extensive and exaggerated. So, this can serve as an introduction and key for the beginner to advance in its path of this blessed knowledge.
 Related by al-Bukhārī No. (15) and Muslim No. (44) from the Ḥadīth of Anas bin Mālik (May Allāh be pleased with him).