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Migo and Ali Love for the Prophets£14.00
This delightful book contains vibrantly illustrated stories of the prophets, from Adam (as) to Muhammad (saw). The stories are concise, and narrated in engaging, child-friendly language. A question and answer session after each story is also unique in its style, depicted as a conversation between the two lovable characters, and tackling questions that are most likely to arise in a young child’s mind.
‘I read the book and found it very beneficial for Muslim children. It is easy to read and understand. May Allah reward those behind it with the greatest of rewards.’
– Sheikh Shady AlSuleiman
‘The stories are narrated in an age-appropriate, attractive dialogue format which bring up searching and meaningful questions for both the children and adults to ponder over.
The book is vividly illustrated with a gentle sense of humour running through the stories, the main characters (Migo & Ali) introduce special concepts then entice the reader into taking ownership of their learning and discovering more.’
– Dr M.F ElShayyal
– Published in partnership with the Dawah project and supported by Islam Channel
– Complete set of stories of the prophets in one book
– Full colour illustrations throughout
– Unique narrative style
– By the author of My Dad’s Beard
365 Days with the Prophet Muhammad£12.99
This is a unique story book which takes children on a fun filled, day by day adventure throughout the life and times of the prophet Muhammed SAW.
Children will love the colourful illustrations and captivating stories, told in a simple language. Along with 365 stories, there is also a beautifully illustrated map to help children understand the importance of people and places mentioned in the stories.
This is a paper back book suitable for children aged 7 years and over.
My Prophet Muhammad£12.99
A classic first tale
My Prophet Muhammad (S) encapsulates the timeless story of the life of the best and final Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (S). Designed for early childhood, this rendering of the Seerah serves as an ideal first acquaintance with the miraculous story of Allah’s finest creation. With its vivid illustrations and appropriately rendered authorship, this book is designed to increase your child’s knowledge, appreciation, and love for the Prophet Muhammad (S).
My Prophet Muhammad (S) is a solid-build board book with a sumptuous sponge cover glittered with special shine effects to captivate your child’s heart right from the start. The book has 24 pages, making it your child’s perfect introduction to the Messenger of Allah (S).
THE PROPHET’S POND
Zayd is meeting someone by a special pond, but knowing it will be rather hard to find, he enlists the help of his mother before setting off on this journey. With each pond they encounter, Zayd’s description of the special pond becomes even more elaborate than the last, until his mother finally discovers what her son is actually in search for. Will Zayd ever find the special pond? And who does Zayd hope to meet if he finds it? You’ll have to join mother and son at the peak of their magnificent trek to find out…
The Prophets Pond is a 28 page hardback picture book.
Little Explorers – Prophet Musa (AS)£4.99
Little Explorers – Issue 33 | The Islamic Magazine for Muslim Children
Travel back in time to Ancient Egypt & learn about Prophet Musa (as)!
What’s inside issue 33?
- The story of Prophet Musa (as)
- Activity: Decoding hi-ro-glifs
- Extra Special Explorers: Stammering
- A dip in history: A wander around Egypt
- Wonderful Women: The Queen of Egypt, Aasiyah (as)
- Aminah & Abdullah in…Easy Peasy!
- Incredible Inventions: Papyrus – the world’s first paper!
Plus lots more activities, puzzles & stories!
The Story of Khadija£8.99
One day, the Prophet Muhammad was describing Khadija?s virtue, and he pointed to the heaven and earth with his finger and stated, ?Mary, mother of Jesus, is the best of the women of the heavens, and the worthiest woman still living on this earth is Khadija, daughter of Khuwaylid.? Khadija?s life is a source of great inspiration to believers, especially women. She is an excellent example of how one can give to the cause of Islam one?s time, energy, wealth and life. Her story is a reminder to believers to live purposeful lives and, in our prayers, we should remember Khadija and the whole family of the Prophet for their sacrifice and dedication. It was precisely their sacrifice, dedication and hard work that made it possible for Islam to reach all the four corners of the world and allowed the Quran to be preserved in its original form. May Allah be pleased with them all. Once when the Prophet Muhammad was in the Cave of Hira with the angel Jibril, or Gabriel, Jibril saw from afar that Khadija was coming towards the Cave. He said to the Prophet: ?Khadija is coming here. She has brought some food and water for you.? And then he added: ?When she comes in, give her the greetings from her Lord and tell her that there will be a house made of pearls for her in Paradise where there will be neither hardship nor any clamour.? When Khadija arrived, the Prophet said to her: ?Here is Jibril. He is giving greetings to you from your Lord and he himself is greeting you.? Khadija replied: ?God is peace and He is the source of all peace! May Allah?s peace and blessings be upon you, O Messenger of Allah. And my greeting to Jibril!?