This book is an excellent tool to use when trying to teach younger children basic duas. This book breaks down the duas into Arabic, Roman English, and English Translations and teaches your children when to say them. Included in this book is the dua after the adhan, before starting salat, dua after tasbeeh, and many others.
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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.
The Muslim Baby Book is a beautifully illustrated book which allows you to record your baby’s cherished memories up to age five. The book covers topics such as: first message from birth, my family and birth, the adhan and the iqamah, my first words and my first drawing to name a few. Each delightfully designed page includes verses from the Quran and Hadith. It also gives you ample space to jot down your thoughts, paste photographs and staple souvenirs. Muslim Baby record book is a perfect keepsake to capture the magic of childhood which the whole family will cherish and revisit again and again!
Description from the publisher: The Seerah Activity Book for Kids is a captivating book for children to learn about Seerah (the life of the Prophet Muhammad) in a truly engaging way. It contains highly attractive artwork to inspire creativity; a carefully chosen collection of the Prophet’s prayers to instil moral values; fascinating trivia to provide a basic understanding of Seerah; and some fun-filled activities at the end to help children enjoy what they have learned so far.