Now a major motion picture, this is the story of 10-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with severe facial abnormalities. Though not expected to survive, he does, and goes from being home-schooled to finally entering fifth grade at a private school. There he learns to endure the taunts, bullying and fear of his classmates.
This illustrated volume features 306 quatrains by the 13th century Sufi mystic poet, Jalaluddin Rumi. He was a passionate believer in the use of music, poetry and dance as a path for communion with God, the true Beloved. These beliefs gave birth to the whirling dervishes famous in Sufism. This is a translation of the French edition by...
Book one in a gorgeous series on Islamic culture for kids features stories of the prophets. This volume tells the story of Adam according to Islamic tradition and features lush illustrations and vocalized text for easier reading.
A group of boys gets together to play a game of soccer and come up with a clever way to include their friend Nizar, who is in a wheelchair and unable to run and kick like them.
A colorful introduction to the history, culture, and traditions of Somalia through the eyes of a girl named Baydan.
Life is a struggle and this book aims to help the reader overcome obstacles, make good decisions, develop self-confidence, remain optimistic, and achieve his or her dream.
This colorful bilingual book in Somali and English uses real photographs to introduce fruits, veggies, and counting from 1 to 10.
The fictional biography of Malaysian writer Bernice Chauly who traces bloodlines and the ghosts of family history to solve a curse that has plagued her family. Her mother was Chinese and her father was Punjabi. They fell in love and got married despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Their first child, Bernice, brings peace to the families,...