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Holiday House, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 29 pages
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Every year, Muslims all over the world celebrate the coming of Ramadan, the holiest month of the Islamic calendar. It was during that month, 14 centuries ago, that Allah first began revealing the holy book of Islam, the Quran, to Muhammed. Ghazi's clear and informative description of one boy's celebration of Ramadan is skillfully brought to life by Omar Rayyan's warm and joyful illustration.

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User Review  - mferaci - LibraryThing

Ramadan follows a young boy as he and his family observe Ramadan. The book, told from the boy's perspective, explains the practices Muslims observe during Ramadan. I really enjoyed this book because I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Arlene - Goodreads

Another library book borrowed by my granddaughter. An illustrated book to introduce children to the story of Ramadan. The illustrations are particularly nice. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Suhaib Hamid Ghazi is the author of three previous books, which form part of The Prophets of Allah series published by Iqra.' Mr. Ghazi was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and later moved to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where he lived for six years. A recent graduate of the University of Redlands, Mr. Ghazi majored in both Political Science and Business Administration. He now works for American Express Financial Advisers and lives in Skokie, Illinois.

Omar Rayyan, an illustrator of children's books, provided the drawings for Nightshade City by Hilary Wagner. He lives in West Tisbury, Massachusetts.

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