Over the years our Ramadan bookshelf has grown, the purpose of having these books to hand during the month is for the benefit of the kids and us as a family. We try to make each moment count, and for the month to be more meaningful and for the boys to embrace Islam in a wholesome way.
Here are some of our favourite books that will be on our shelf this year
(The name of each book is linked) :
Join the Ramadan Moon as it travels the world to visit children and their families observing Ramadan. Ramadan Around The World showcases how various cultures celebrate the Islamic holiday
his charming 300 page, full colour book, covers 75 topics! Children will find Islamic words or concepts explained in simple, loving, child-friendly language.
A delightful, easy, step-by-step guide for children (or even new Muslims) on how to perform the Islamic prayer (salah). A step-by-step guide for how to make ablution (wudu) is also included.
This book is specially designed as a guide for young Muslims as well as new Muslims and non-Muslims who may desire to see Islam at a glance.
Concise and to the point, this book will certainly take the reader by the hand and lead him/her with ease in appreciating the pillars of Islam.
Follow along with one young boy as he observes the Muslim holy month with his family.
This year, the narrator is finally old enough to fast, and readers of all ages will be interested as he shares his experiences of this special holiday.
“The Most Powerful Night” is a heartwarming Ramadan story of angels, sweet prayers and blessed nights! It is about the night of power and glory - Laylat Al-Qadr.
Magnificently capturing the colorful world of Islam for the youngest readers, this breathtaking and informative picture book celebrates Islam's beauty and traditions.
"Eliyas Explains Angels" by award winning author Zanib Mian is a fun mix of fiction and non-fiction that helps elementary age children learn about angels.
These incredible books use fun activities to introduce, intrigue and advance learning about the key topics of Ramadan in a child’s modern environment. But most of all, your child will be left reeling with excitement about Ramadan.
Often children memorise Surah after Surah of the Quran without knowing even it's simple meanings and we as parents find it difficult to explain it to them.
With the help of this picture book your children will be able to read Juzz Amma in Arabic and instantly know the simple meaning of the verses through engaging illustrations.
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 colourful 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.
The language of hadith often goes over children's heads, leaving them uninterested, and unable to retain the information.
The child-friendly explanations, lively design, illustration and section on how they can use the wisdom in their lives, will build a new love for hadith in young hearts.