Four Arabian Tales: Educating Children about Islam

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Education - 52 pages
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The four tales depicted in this book look at the special journey and experiences of young Muslims in the forest, desert, jungle and sea. Young Muslim characters in these stories come across special talkative land and sea creatures which helps them to better understand Islam and way of life. Meet Ahmed and his brother Mahmoud as they come across an evil old gypsy and sultan in their dark enchanted forest journey. And their treasure discovery leads them to greater rewards. Abdullah and his sister Eman are guided through the vast dry desert by Coco the Camel in the month of Ramadan. And their great escape from the Food Monster which helps them to retrieve the special Eid gifts for the needy. Fisherman Yunus and his three sons are capsized on a remote island, and the young boys sea adventure helps them to explore the lifestyles of different talkative under water creatures. And their great help to some of the sea creatures helps them to discover a precious oyster pearl which helps to benefit them and the fish market. And Jacob's jungle story with the Pilgrims to Mecca, treads along some of the dangers of the furious Wa Wee Jungle. But the great help of Haboob the friendly Elephant allows Jacob and the Pilgrims to overcome evil jungle characters, and retrieve Hajji Sadiqa's golden beads.

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