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    Hijab & Basketball by Umm Nura

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    This story follows Amina, an aspiring basketball athlete, who moves to a new school. At first, Amina makes friends, but when Amina is teased about her head-scarf, her friends sway in their loyalty. Encouraged by a sympathetic mother, she learns the story of Nusaybah bint Ka’ab, a courageous woman who is remembered for her bravery in the face of religious persecution.

     

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    Jannah Jewels Book 6: Mystery in Morocco

    10,50
    Paperback, 132 pages
    Published September 14th 2015 by Gentle Breeze Books
    ISBN 0986720895 (ISBN13: 9780986720895)
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    Jannah Jewels Book 8: Adventure in America

    10,50
    Paperback, 118 pages
    Published August 2nd 2016 by Gentle Breeze Books
    ISBN 1988337011 (ISBN13: 9781988337012)
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    Salam Kids :Learn About Fasting

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    Ashraf is excited to be fasting for the first time. He hopes he can make it through the whole day, but he seems to be always hungry.

    There’s a lot to learn about fasting and Ashraf is doing his best to please Allah.

    The Salam Kids Series are books designed to encourage young children to try their best and start to implement Islamic practices into their lives.

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    The Great Race to Sycamore Street By J.Samia Mair (Story)

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    About The Book 
    This topsy turvy adventure on Sycamore Street sees brother and sister Huda and Amani arrive in Fairfax County, Maryland with one thought: it was going to be a long, boring summer in the country.
    They couldn’t be more wrong.
    With Grandma Hana’s new neighbor planning to pull down her prized peach tree and a gang, led by the archer Bobby, marshaling the local lake, Hude and Amani have a hard time getting any peace.
    In this warm and comical story, find out how, under the watchful eyes of Grandma Hana, Hude and Amani plan to save the peach tree and beat Bobby at his own game before leaving Sycamore Street behind.
    About The Author
    J. Samia Mair has published two children’s books with The Islamic Foundation,Amira’s Totally Chocolate World and The Perfect Gift which have been favourably received. She is currently a staff writer for SISTERS Magazine.
    Additionally, she has published articles, stories, and poems in books, magazines, anthologies, scientific journals, online news sources, and elsewhere. This is her first chapter book for kids. She lives in Odenton, Maryland
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    The Hijab Boutique By Michelle Khan, Story Book

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    The Hijab Boutique is a wonderful book that will appeal to young readers age 10 and up. Black and white illustrations add to the message’s impact. One of the striking attributes of The Hijab Boutique is its sensitive treatment of the topic of respecting cultural differences, and rethinking automatic responses.” —The Midwest Book Review

    “Michelle Khan’s first children’s book, The Hijab Boutique, is a quick read with a deep and resounding message… I’m excited to have such a simple yet profound story to share with my nieces, and any other girl who cares to read and learn a meaningful lesson about inner strength, faith, and womanhood through another’s eyes.” —Luxury Reading

    Farah enjoyed her private girls’ school and fun with her friends. Then an assignment meant she had to talk about her mother for “International Woman’s Day” in front of the whole class. Compared to her friends’ glamorous actress, make-up artist, and tap-dancing mothers, what can her modest mother possibly have that is worth sharing with her classmates? To Farah’s surprise, her mother was quite the business woman before putting her career on hold to care for her daughter.

    Michelle Khan is an award-winning Indian Canadian writer. She started her career at a University of Toronto student paper, and eventually her words hit daily newspaper pages. For six years, Michelle wrote an internationally syndicated youth advice column. Her work led her to win a $5,000 scholarship from book publisher Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. She went onto earn a $15,000 award from Global Television Network. Michelle lives in Toronto, Canada, with her parents and younger sister. This is her first chapter book for kids.

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    Zaynab And Zakariya Learn To Recycle

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    Zaynab and Zakariya find there are lots of things they can recycle. They also learn that caring for the planet please Allah too.

    The Zaynab and Zakariya series aims to cover a wide range of social and ethical issues. Children will enjoy reading these informative books and also learn how to deal with situations from an Islamic perspective. Paperback book with 28 pages. Ages 3+

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