Muslim Child

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Albert Whitman and Company, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 104 pages
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An insightful collection of stories and poems about Muslim children from a variety of backgrounds focuses on the celebration of holidays and practices of Islam, and includes nonfiction sidebars that explain the Arabic words and religious terminology.
  

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User Review  - sabdelaz - LibraryThing

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 ... Read full review

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User Review  - SADAMS30 - LibraryThing

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. Read full review

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Contents

Muslim Child
6
Surah AlFatiha The Opening
8
Fajr
9
Sayings of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him
18
The Black Ghost
19
Prophets
27
A Saying of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him
28
Azeezas First Fast
29
How to Make an EID Card
57
Sayings of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him
58
Jumbo Jelly Shoes
59
Glimpses from the Life of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him
67
Surah AlFil The Elephant
68
The Year of the Elephant
69
surah AlHajj The Pilgrimage
82
Lost at Hajj
83

Thank You Allah
40
I Love Eid
41
Sayings of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him
48
Samosas
49
How to Make Samosas
56
One Big Family
96
Pronunciation Guide
97
About the Authors and Illustrator
104
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Rukhsana Khan was born in Lahore, Pakistan and grew up in Dundas, Ontario. She is the author of a number of children's books, including Muslim Child, Many Windows, The Roses in My Carpets, and The Big Red Lollipop. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Illustrator Patty Gallinger, an Ontario mother of two, is pursuing her love of art by researching and illustrating beatutiful and informative books for children. Past careers include that of book designer and award-winning nature artist.

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