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Muslim Child : a collection of short stories and poems (1999)

by Rukhsana Khan

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Short stories and poems about Muslim life.
  Lake_O_UCC | May 21, 2017 |
Another Creative children's book by Khan, talks about Islam, and gives some stories as sample scenarios of what happiness to Muslim children realistically around the world. I would recommend it for third graders especially, this book also contains a recipe and facts about religion, culture, and being an American. It had many stories so its like a series entirely in this book which should be read that way and not all at once. ( )
  sabdelaz | Jan 20, 2014 |
Well-written short stories about Muslim children in different situations including one in which a boy is embarrassed because his mom dresses all in black and wears a niqab. One good story about being honest.
  fadeledu | Dec 11, 2013 |
This book is geared toward children with stories and poems about the Islamic faith, including daily ritual and complete with a pronunciation guide for Arabic. Good for presenting this information to younger groups of kids. ( )
  SADAMS30 | Jul 23, 2012 |
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Perhaps you have seen Muslim women wearing long black clothes walking by, or perhaps you have seen a Muslim day school being built in your area.
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The stories and poems in this book are an excellent introduction to Islam. The moving experiences of both Muslim and non-Muslim children present models of sensitivity while clarifying information about Islam.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807553077, Hardcover)

This insightful collection of stories and poems is a child-centered introduction to Islam. In one story, a boy feels guilty when he short-changes his prayer. In another story, a girl buys candy she can't eat because it contains pork by-products.

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A collection of stories and poems about Muslim children from a variety of backgrounds, focusing on the celebration of holidays and practices of Islam.

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