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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The first four caliphs of Islam? Abu Bakr, Umar ibn al-Khattab, Uthman ibn Affan and Ali ibn Abi Talib, may Allah be pleased with all of them, are known as ? the rightly guided caliphs.? These pious caliphs were among the closest Sahabah (Companions) of the Prophet Muhammad. Their lives are a source of inspiration and motivation for believers of all time. These caliphs, though the successive heads of a large empire, lived very simple lives, like ordinary men. Their exemplary conduct and high moral character are a shining example for us. We are hugely indebted to them for their sacrifice and dedication, which helped in the preservation of the Quran and the spread of Islam throughout the world. Of the Sahabah, the Prophet once said,?My Companions are like stars. If you follow any of them, you will be guided to the right path.? In the light of this saying of the Prophet, the stories of the Sahabah act as guidance and a source of spiritual uplift for all of us. We should draw lessons from their lives, so that we may be guided to the right path? the path that pleases the Almighty Allah.
101 Sahabiyat Stories and Dua is a richly illustrated collection of 101 great stories of the female companions of the Prophet Muhammad, told in simple language that children will easily understand and relate to. Each story comes with delightful illustrations, a hadith, and a beautiful prayer. The book includes well known tales of Khadija, Sawda, ‘Aisha, Safiyyah, Fatima, Maymoonah, and Umm Ayman, to name but a few. The shining examples set by them will greatly inspire readers.
This book is designed to help parents and teachers in their efforts to encourage young children to ask questions and to assist them in exploring answers together. It makes the sharing of basic knowledge of Islam simple, clear and enjoyable. This lays the foundation on which greater understanding can be built and learning enriched as young students grow older. And, whatever our age, reviewing the basic in this way can be very beneficial, in that it re-kindles our awareness and glad acceptance of the beautiful message and wondrous knowledge of Islam: we are then the better able share our renewed enthusiasm with others. May you benefit greatly from reading this book.
The Light of Allah is a beautifully illustrated and creatively written story about the true faith. The story suggests that Allah has endowed every human heart with the capacity for true faith in its purest form. The moment the truth is brought closer to the believer, he or she will not hesitate to accept it.
This selection of prayers for children of seven years and above expresses the variety and richness of prayer and is designed to be used at home, or at school. With bright and colorful illustrations, this book will encourage children to explore their own ways of praying.
The best prayers are often the ones we say naturally when we are happy, excited or sad about something. But at that time, we don’t always find the right words to express our inner feelings.