Follow the story of Laila, a curious young Muslim girl that wants to learn about Ramadan. Through a fun story for both children and parents, allow your kids to start comprehending religious concepts while also sparking their curiosity for further knowledge about their Islamic religion.
Enjoy with your little one a unique and creative journey that will introduce her/him to one of the five pillars of the religion and offer your child a positive perception of the Islamic holy month of mercy, Ramadan. A must-have children’s story that shouldn’t be missing from any family’s bookcase or Islamic books’ collection!
This Islamic story has been thought and written for Muslim children born and raised outside of their parents’ country of origin (i.e.: European and Muslim American, etc.), to help them understand the notion of Ramadan in a simple and fun way, mentioning that Ramadan is a lot more than simply not eating and drinking from dawn until sunset. This Muslim book uses Islamic concepts coming from the Quran (Qur’an) and explained in a way that is easily understood by Muslim kids.
Dear Parents, Inshallah you and your children will benefit from this story and from our upcoming Islamic books (Muslim books).
Your children will learn and be exposed to different notions through this Ramadan book. They will:
– Discover that Allah sent the Quran (Qur’an) during this month. – Know that Ramadan is a month of mercy where the doors of paradise are open, so we increase prayers (salat) and the recitation of the Quran (Qur’an). – Learn that Ramadan is more than simply not eating and drinking from dawn until sunset. – Realize that Ramadan helps understand the poor and to avoid wasting food. – Know the importance of giving charity and helping those in need. – Be reminded to always be forgiving, loving, caring and generous. – Learn to maintain good habits after Ramadan. – Appreciate the importance of collaboration and family spirit. – Learn that kids are rewarded by Allah when making good deeds. – Get a positive perception of the month of mercy, Ramadan.