Winner of the Etisalat Award for Arabic Children's Literature, this is an old, fanciful tale from Baghdad about a judge and his mule and a very strange occurrence.
A new series of books on Islamic culture for kids features illustrated stories based on the hadith (the words or sayings) of the Prophet Muhammad. This is book four in a series of five books each presenting a collection of colorfully illustrated, engaging stories. Topics include forgiveness, gratitude, prayer, honesty, etc.
From a wonderful new series on Islamic culture for kids, this book features uplifting short stories about how to be your best self and promote love, peace, and harmony in the world. Delightfully illustrated with engaging watercolors.
Every day it is the same story -- Saad loses his slippers. He looks everywhere -- under the bed, in the closet, behind the door. Everybody in the family helps him look. It is exhausting. One time his mom even found a slipper in the fridge! Finally, his dad takes him to buy a new pair of slippers. "Now if you lose one, you...
Majid's mom always knows. She knows if he brushed his teeth or not. She knows if he combed his hair or not. How does she know everything?
I love my doll more than anything else. I dress her in pretty dresses and she is my best friend, but when I go out to play with my other friends, she gets into all kinds of trouble. She writes on the furniture and gets in mama's makeup! What can I do? I still love her so!
Jad creates paintings in art class that don't look like much -- like the paper that is completely red except for a few black dots in the center -- that is until he tells you the story about what is happening in the picture! His imagination and stories are so creative, the teacher takes him to the library to tell his stories to the children.
Yasser learns to write the shopping list. It starts out as scribbles, then pictures, and then it is words! A delightful beginning reader for children featuring vowelled text. Awarded the Assabil prize for children's literature in Lebanon.