Author: Shazia Nazlee
Publisher: Darussalam Publishers & Distributors
Pages: 240 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This set of beautiful books for children explains about different topics in an entertaining way using colorful illustrations that are bound to attract young readers' attention, stimulate them and amuse them. All while making them knowledgeable about the particular subject. Each book has an activity section at the end of the book to test the knowledge gained and to make learning interactive with the use of different activities.
All praise is due to Allah; we praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our own selves and from our sinful deeds. Whomever Allah guides, there is none to misguide him; and whomever He leads astray, none can guide him. We bear witness that there is no god worthy of worship except Allah, alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger. We pray to Allah the Almighty to bestow His peace and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad, upon his good and pure family, as well as upon all the noble Companions and those who follow them in righteousness until the Day of Judgment.
The present series covers a number of interesting topics that affect our everyday lives, and it is geared towards Muslim children born and brought up in the West, as well as Muslim children and adults in all parts of the world.
This set includes:
- The Night of Decree
- The Gift of Friendship
- The Gift of Jumah
- The Surahs to Seek Refuge
- Abu Lahab and his Wife Arwah
- Angel Jibra'eel Returns Again
- Those Who Backbite and Slander
- The Gift of My Mother
- A Day Out at the Zoo
- The Gift of Ramadan
- The Gift of Eid
As colorful artwork appeals to children, we have produced the present series in beautiful color illustrations that are bound to attract the young readers' attention, stimulate them and amuse them. We have, at times, used pictures of human beings and animals for the same purpose, but with the heads separated from the bodies, after consulting with some Muslim scholars from Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia, who approved doing so as long as these publications are geared towards a younger audience. This will certainly stimulate young Muslim readers and amuse them, now that we live in a world that abounds with attractive publications that are, in the main, meant to pollute their thinking and keep them away from the right track.
Our aim here is to provide an alternative that is purely Islamic and, at the same time, one that keeps up with the latest advances in material production to stay level with non-Muslim publications.
We pray to Allah to reward our endeavors and to make the present series abundantly beneficial to our young readers