How To Pray Book For Muslim Kids

This is a new book for muslim kids who want to learn how to pray and worship Allah.This is an interesting book for muslim kids both girls and boys.This book is also useful for adults who want to learn how they can pray.Very simple book for ...

Author: Tamoh Art

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ISBN: 9798622937026

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This is a new book for muslim kids who want to learn how to pray and worship Allah.This is an interesting book for muslim kids both girls and boys.This book is also useful for adults who want to learn how they can pray.Very simple book for kids so as to practice islamic prayers.Make your kids learn easily how to pray according to islamic principles.This new Islam religion book is a good tool to teach you and your kids the right way to worship Allah ( God).It's illustrated with several images so as to make easy for you and your kids to learn and practice islamic prayers.
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How To Pray In Islam Book For Kids Girls

This is a new book reserved especially for muslim kids girls. This new book is composed of three parts. The first one is for how to perform ablution in islam. All the steps needed are explained so as to do ablution correctly and easily.

Author: Islam Art Publishing

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ISBN: 9798642100905

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This is a new book reserved especially for muslim kids girls. This new book is composed of three parts. The first one is for how to perform ablution in islam. All the steps needed are explained so as to do ablution correctly and easily. As for the second part of this book, it is reserved for how to perform islamic prayers. Indeed, we present for you all what you need to perform your prayers exacly as it should be done in islam. Of course, we explained all the procedure by using texts and pictures in order to make it very easy to understand our presentation. The third part of this book is for presenting some quranic duas/requests that can be used during the prayers or after finishing these prayers. You may also use these duas whenever you want in your daily life so as to build a strong, constant and spiritual connexion with Allah (God). And doing so, you will certainly achieve your spiritual serenity and Allah will always be with you. Really, this a very important book for girls to follow the principals of islam especially about performing ablution and prayers and also in what concerns Duas/requests.This book can be useful as well for kids boys and even for seniors. Surely you will take benefit from it incha allah.Please, if you have any remark, do not hesitate to contact us via this e-mail: [email protected]
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Ablution Book For Muslim Kids

This type of ablution is called partial ablution or a small ablution.So in this book, we will explain the complete operation of this kind of ablution step by step so as everyone, kids or adults, can understand.And in the second part of this ...

Author: Islam Art Publishinh

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ISBN: 9798641114767

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As all muslims know, if you want to pray, you should keep yourself in state of clean and pure. And so as to be so, you have to perform ablution. In fact, "Prayer without ablution is invalid The ablution, ALWUDU as known in arabic language, is an islamic procedure for cleansing the whole body or parts of it. Indeed, the ablution is normally done in preparation for formal daily five obligatory prayers or before handling and reading the Quran.This new book is reserved for the ablution performed every day (as it may be performed several times per day) so as to practice the five obligatory prayers. This type of ablution is called partial ablution or a small ablution.So in this book, we will explain the complete operation of this kind of ablution step by step so as everyone, kids or adults, can understand.And in the second part of this book, we will present for you some DUAS taken from Quran and that you can use during your prayers and after performing them or whenever you want. These quranic duas are in reality quranic verses. So, profit from saying them in your daily life in order to have constant and spiritual connexion with Allah and get rid of your daily stress.And if you have any remark, please contact us via this following e-mail: [email protected]
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Pray and Colour

This children coloring book is a great idea to encourage the Muslim children to continue and keep their daily five prayers by doing, watching and recording every prayer by coloring and showing his weekly score, it is a nice gift for ages 4 ...

Author: Hussein ElSanbokhty

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ISBN: 1650150105

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This children coloring book is a great idea to encourage the Muslim children to continue and keep their daily five prayers by doing, watching and recording every prayer by coloring and showing his weekly score, it is a nice gift for ages 4 to 10 years and THE PARENTS CAN CUT ONE PAPER EVERY WEEK AND PUT IT AT THE WALL IN FRONT OF THE CHILD TO COLOR AND SEE. What you will find inside the book: Variety of simple beautiful flower designs. Every page has a seven flowers, and every flower has a five flower's paper represented a daily five prayers where every flower's paper should be colored after doing every prayer. In the end of day the child should be finished from coloring of one flower after color the flower paper by paper correspondent to do prayer by prayer. Every paper of the book represent a week of praying recorded by coloring of a total week score 35 (number of week prayers), and the book cover more than 6 months of praying and coloring. Such idea mixed with activity of coloring will improve your child's pencil grip, as well as helping them to relax, self regulate their mood and develop their imagination, in addition to make them love, keep and get used to pray.
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Daily Prayer Journal For Muslim Kids

Daily Prayer Journal For Muslim kids help to: - Track Daily Prayers - Establish Good Daily Routine For Muslim Kids - Become Self-Disciplined of Spiritual Journey - 120 pages of Daily Prayer Journal has area for track 5 daily prayers, ...

Author: Daily Muslim Book Publisher

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ISBN: 1650152043

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Daily Prayer Journal For Muslim kids help to: - Track Daily Prayers - Establish Good Daily Routine For Muslim Kids - Become Self-Disciplined of Spiritual Journey - 120 pages of Daily Prayer Journal has area for track 5 daily prayers, Reading Quran, adkar and today's goals - Family & Children's activity book - It's a Perfect gift for your kids - Dimension: 7 inches By 10 Inches Enjoy!
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Daily Dua Journal For Muslim Kids

Daily Prayer Journal For Muslim kids help to: - Dua Journal is Reminder to Pray for Allah, - Establish Good Daily Routine For Muslim Kids - Improve Spiritual Journey For Kids - Family & Children's activity book - It's a Perfect gift for ...

Author: Daily Muslim Book Publisher

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ISBN: 1650403291

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Daily Prayer Journal For Muslim kids help to: - Dua Journal is Reminder to Pray for Allah, - Establish Good Daily Routine For Muslim Kids - Improve Spiritual Journey For Kids - Family & Children's activity book - It's a Perfect gift for your kids - Dimension: 7 inches By 10 Inches - 120 pages Enjoy!
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My Prayer The 2nd Pillar of ISLAM Book for Children and Adult

This book has been designed for people who don't know how to pray yet or those who aren't sure whether they learned correctly or not.

Author: Mounir Mounir

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ISBN: 9798670316873

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There has been an urgent need for a simple and concise guide which teaches how to perform prayer, ablution, tayammum, and purity step-by-step for Muslims.and learning some short surahof Qur'an. This book has been designed for people who don't know how to pray yet or those who aren't sure whether they learned correctly or not. In this book you will learn the prayers by reading clear and simple descriptions of what to do along with pictures to make sure you understood correctly. One of the unique features of this book is that it doesn't limit itself to teaching the rituals behind the prayer only. Rather, there is an entire chapter dedicated to learning the meanings behind each statement and action in the prayer.
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Ramadan Coloring Book for Kids

Through this Islamic coloring book, little Muslims will learn more about Islam and the Prophet, and will be inspired to: Help the poor and the needy. Support the sick and the orphans. Think of elders and respect their parents.

Author: Coloring ramadan

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ISBN: 9798633861679

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A must-have for Ramadan...and perfect for all year long 30 drawings for 30 days of Ramadan. My First Islamic Coloring Book invites little Muslims onto a positive, Islamic-inspired coloring journey. More than just a traditional coloring book, each drawing is paired with an Islamic learning, teaching little ones more about their faith, and inviting them to take action through good deeds, to have a positive impact in the world. Through this Islamic coloring book, little Muslims will learn more about Islam and the Prophet, and will be inspired to: Help the poor and the needy. Support the sick and the orphans. Think of elders and respect their parents. Take care of the environment. Treat animals gently. Be a good citizen. Categories: Islamic books, Islamic books for kids, Eid gifts for kids, Islamic books for children, Muslim books for kids, Muslim books for children, Eid books for kids, Ramadan books for kids.
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Ramadan Prayer Tracker

6x9 inches in size journal, Ka'aba background 120 pagesAn amazing journal for parents and kids to track the daily prayers in Ramadan and Beyond.A brilliant log book where the the parents/kids can add a new Quranic verse and Hadith every day ...

Author: Nouby Ahmed

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ISBN: 1661838685

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Page: 122

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6x9 inches in size journal, Ka'aba background 120 pagesAn amazing journal for parents and kids to track the daily prayers in Ramadan and Beyond.A brilliant log book where the the parents/kids can add a new Quranic verse and Hadith every day.A lovely work planner that can allow parents measure their kids progress and performance with the daily prayers
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Dua for Kids

- Each page in This Precious dua book for kids contient one dua - 40 Dua for kids - Perfect and Ideal Amazing gifts for muslim kids

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ISBN: 9798640714890

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Duas for children: The most beautiful Dua for children There is no doubt that our children need a great deal of constant attention, and among these concerns they are protected from all that harm them and the prayer is for them to be preserved by Almighty Allah and to be well appointed. The Muslim must keep and resist the memory and all the legal aspects of the book and the year, as it is a fortification of children, the house and the God willing, and this subject is a claim of children, which is a beautiful general claim that people say in praying for their children. - Each page in This Precious dua book for kids contient one dua - 40 Dua for kids - Perfect and Ideal Amazing gifts for muslim kids
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Islamic Book For Kids 3 8 Yrs

They can also understand the Muslim festival, fasting, and special dua. By Reading This Book Your Kids Will Learn: Arabic Alphabet, numbers, Seasons, Months, Days. About Allah And His(SWT) Books. Pillars Of Islam, Pillars Of Faith.

Author: Dreaming Jannah Publishing

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798657168747

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Teach Your Children About The Basic Of Islam From Their Early Childhood And Make them Pious. When a man dies, his acts come to an end, but three, recurring charity, or knowledge (by which people) benefit, or a pious child, who prays for him (for the deceased)will continue. Sahih Muslim 1631 Your Muslim kids will learn the Arabic alphabet, numbers which will help them to learn the Quran easily. By learning the Arabic months, days, and seasons they can understand shortly the history of each month and day. They can also understand the Muslim festival, fasting, and special dua. By Reading This Book Your Kids Will Learn: Arabic Alphabet, numbers, Seasons, Months, Days. About Allah And His(SWT) Books. Pillars Of Islam, Pillars Of Faith. Wudu And Salat. Prophet Muhammad (sm) and his Sunnah. Other Prophet. Khalifas, Great Imams And holy Mosque of Islam. Muslim Festival(Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha). Surah Fatiha and Small Dua for Child. Jannat and Jahannam. The Prophet, peace, and blessings be upon him, said, "The best of you are those who learn the Quran and teach it." Make your kids(Muslim Girl or Muslim Boy) religious By ordering this "Islamic Book For Kids" Now! PS: Let us know which part of this book you like most we will write the details of this part in our next Islamic Book Collections Inshaallah.
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Prayer Heals the Soul

Lined 6x9 journal with 119 blank pages including Month Date & Year.it's a great size for carrying in bags and backpacks.This is a perfect and inexpensive Birthday gift for Muslim kids to sketch, put stickers, write memories, or take Arabic ...

Author: Islamic Design

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ISBN: 1709050519

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Lined 6x9 journal with 119 blank pages including Month Date & Year.it's a great size for carrying in bags and backpacks.This is a perfect and inexpensive Birthday gift for Muslim kids to sketch, put stickers, write memories, or take Arabic notesIf You Are Looking Something For Muslim Kids Men Or Women And all Kind Of Islam Lover For Eid This Prayer Heals The Soul Blank Lined Notebook Is Perfect For You
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Ramadan Journal For Kids

A Ramadan Journal that's carefully designed for the Muslima who wants to have a super productive Ramadan.

Author: Christine Johnson

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ISBN: 9798614201838

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Page: 100

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A Ramadan Journal that's carefully designed for the Muslima who wants to have a super productive Ramadan. It is the first of it's kind and covers all areas of a Muslima's spiritual goals for Ramadan. Inside, you will find a place to write and log your Ramadan Reflections, Ramadan Mood, Ramadan Salah, Ramadan Deeds, and Ramadan Sunnahs. There is also a place to rate your Ramadan Sawm, and to share your Ramadan Struggles and Goals for each day of Ramadan. The Ramadan Journal covers 30 full days of Ramadan and ends off with a section for notes. This journal is tailored for women with a busy life who want to find time to focus on their spiritual ideals. Instill journaling as a habit daily to see your goals bloom into reality! Get your Ramadan Journal and begin your spiritual journey this Ramadan. Or send one as a gift to your friend, sister, mom, or daughter and share the journey together! Makes a great teacher gift too!
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Call to Prayer

Bilal ibn Rabah, the Ethiopian former slave who was the first Muslim to make the call to prayer, recounts his experiences and teaches his techniques to Saeed, a boy who has just been freed from slavery.

Author: Edoardo Albert

Publisher: Islamic Foundation

ISBN: 0860374564

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Bilal ibn Rabah, the Ethiopian former slave who was the first Muslim to make the call to prayer, recounts his experiences and teaches his techniques to Saeed, a boy who has just been freed from slavery.
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Islam for Children

Originally published in Germany, it has already been used successfully in both Muslim homes and weekend classes. The English version has been revised and carries new illustrations. Ahmad Von Denffer was born in Germany in 1949.

Author: Ahmad Von Denffer

Publisher: Kube Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9780860376712

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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This popular classic is a must for all Muslim children, parents, and teachers. It covers the lives of the Prophets, faith, prayer, fasting, charity, pilgrimage, morals, and manners. Learning by doing is emphasized, with plenty of fun things to do for kids 6-12 years: picture puzzles, crossword puzzles, games, coloring, and crafts, making learning about Islam enjoyable and educational. Originally published in Germany, it has already been used successfully in both Muslim homes and weekend classes. The English version has been revised and carries new illustrations. Ahmad Von Denffer was born in Germany in 1949. He studied Islamics and Social Anthropology at the Universty of Mainz, where he also attended additional courses in the Department of Missiology. His special interests include Christian-Muslim relations. He has made a number of contributions to scholarly journals and has several publications to his credit. He joined the Islamic Foundation as Research Fellow in 1978 and is presently working with the Islamic Centre, Munich.
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The Child in Islam

This book is a mothers’ book—not that it can’t be read by fathers as well—the outgrowth of a mothers’ study group which met in Kuwait before the Gulf War, focused on rearing children in an Islamic way.

Author: Norma Tarazi

Publisher: American Trust Publications

ISBN: 9780892591589

Category: Religion

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This book is a mothers’ book—not that it can’t be read by fathers as well—the outgrowth of a mothers’ study group which met in Kuwait before the Gulf War, focused on rearing children in an Islamic way. The mothers were mostly American and British converts to Islam, although in cosmopolitan Kuwaitthere were women from many other backgrounds. The group was an offshoot of meetings for English-speaking Muslim women, held weekly in the home of Sister Zainab Ashry in Kuwait for more than ten years prior to the Gulf War. From their knowledge of Islam, the women involved wanted to study the implications of their faith on their child-rearing practices. The first step was to collect information—any Qur’anic verse or hadith—that a participant found relevant. Other information was collected from such knowledgeable people and books as were available. Monthly discussions were organized on different topics. Since the war, some of the participating sisters have returned to Kuwait, but many of our group are now scattered all over the world. All the notes and papers collected by the study group were in my home in Kuwait when the invasion occurred; fortunately my husband was able to salvage them and bringthem here to our new home in the States. I felt an obligation to compile this collected information to share with other Muslims, especially converts like myself. My deepest thanks must go to my husband, whose support and cooperation gave me the means to carry out this task. This book begins with the birth of a child to Muslim parents, and the traditional Islamic response to the birth, following the example of Prophet Muhammad (S). Very few specific actions are defined, and these mostly relate to practices at the time of birth. All of these fall into the category of sunnah (following the Prophet’s example or what he approved of in others), and though highly recommended, they are not fard (obligatory) actions. Aside from these few simple practices carried out when a baby comes into the world, Islam has no ceremonies devoted exclusively to children—no first communion, no coming-of-age celebrations. Children are not segregated into a special world separate from that of adults; they are members of families in the great, embracing cycle of human life. The family supports them when they are young; they support the family in their productive years, and in old age they are again supported by the family. They grow and develop gradually in a system that encourages growth and learning, but places little emphasis on milestones and anniversaries. A large portion of this book is given to defining relationships from the Qur’an and hadith. To understand the significance of the child in Muslim society, it is necessary to recognize the total number and value of his or her relationships within it, which are different from the relationships defined by other societies. Chapter 1 includes some of the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad that apply to the newborn. Chapter 2 describes the nature of the child’s relationship with Allah and the spiritual world, with some suggestions for encouraging spiritual awareness. Chapter 3 contains Qur’anic verses and ahadith relevant to the child’s relationship with his or her parents. In light of these definitions, and with reference to the Islamic teachings concerning morals, manners, and the purpose of life, an attempt is made in chapters 4, 5, and 6 to present an organized structure dealing with the practical how-to of rearing a child in an Islamic way, from a parent’s viewpoint. Chapters Introduction ix 7 and 8 progressively broaden out the child’s world by adding brothers and sisters, extended family, and community relationships. The practical suggestions for improving relationships among adult family members, in order to pave the way for improving the child’s relations with his or her extended family, are an important aspect of chapter 8. The only relationship which really changes for the child as he or she grows up is that of accountability to Allah, since no child is accountable for his or her actions before reaching the age of understanding. All other relationships develop and deepen as the child grows but remain basically the same, for the general commands to honor parents, show respect to elders, be gentle with younger ones, and honor family ties continue for a Muslim throughout his or her life. I pray to Allah that this book may bring only good to mothers and their children, and that He protect them from any mistakes or misunderstandings. I have done my best to prepare the material contained within it in a suitable manner and hope to see other literature published on this important subject, expanding and enriching it. While I alone am responsible for the contents, I am deeply indebted to the many sisters who helped collect references and discussed the practical implications of our findings. I have no list to prompt me and consequently may have unwittingly forgotten some names, but I well remember Terry, Lianna, Salma, Noura, Mia, Khadijah, Sandra, Hicleir, Debbie, Sara, Maryam, Aneesah, Dianne, Karen, Kauthar and Nawal from Kuwait, all of us working together on this project. My friend Daaiyah Saleem in Ohio has also been very helpful, offering many suggestions for improvement and clarification as she aided in proofreading. My sister-in-law Ghada, of course, has helped along the way. In the course of preparing this book for publication, sister Zeba Siddiqui was chosen by the publisher to edit the text. I have known Zeba, a mother of four and a grandmother, and author of several excellent childrens’ books as well as the THE CHILD IN ISLAM Parent’s Manual: A Guide for Muslim Parents Living in North America, for several years. When I heard she had taken on this task, I asked her to add anything she felt was missing, from her years of experience and knowledge of the subject. She has supplied all of the hadith reference numbers in the text, in itself an enormous task. In addition to editing, she has filled out and amplified several topics, checking and adding material where needed. The sections on the Hereafter, tahara, respect for religion, and hospitality are prepared and written by her. It was only fair therefore that her name should appear on the title page of this book in recognition of her valuable contribution. I am deeply grateful to her for her help and input. I also need to thank my children, who suffered through my learning experience and projects for self-improvement in parenting skills, and my mother, whose life-long interest in the growth and development of children helped me understand the importance of the matter and the need for a book such as this. A final note, to the book’s non-Muslim readers: I have chosen to use the word Allah throughout the book instead of the word God. The words are interchangeable in English for Muslims, but all of the women involved in this project have the habit, indeed, they have the love of referring to God, the God of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad, by His Arabic name, Allah.
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Muslim Child

A collection of short stories, poems and activities that examines the world through the eyes of Muslim children.

Author: Rukhsana Khan

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 9780929141961

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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A collection of short stories, poems and activities that examines the world through the eyes of Muslim children.
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The Ancient Religion of Islam Religion Book for Kids Junior Scholars Edition Children s Islam Books

It is described as a "musalla," which means "place of prayer." It is a very bare
space with almost no furniture. There are no pews like there are in Christian
churches. Instead, the Muslim worshippers sit or kneel on the floor on prayer rugs
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Author: Baby Professor

Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9781541965928

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Islam is a religion currently frowned upon because of how media portrays it. But as a child investigator, you need to know the truth about the ancient religion of Islam; and this ebook collection will give you the answers you seek. So spend time reading through the content. Grab a copy today.
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Ramadan Journal and Planner

This magazine or plan is specifically designed for Ramadan.

Author: Ramadan Planner Publishing

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ISBN: 9798619429381

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Page: 33

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This magazine or plan is specifically designed for Ramadan. Suitable for all genders (children, women, men), to arrange your days in Ramadan.It contains a lot of special things(acts of kindness,quran reading log,daily Goals,everyday new Dua.... And More) size: 8.5x11 inches Pages: 33 Cover: islamic design and glossy
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