At the Masjid Learning Series

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My First Books of Numbers, Colors, Shapes and Opposites
Author: Katherine Bullock

Publishers: Compass Books, Canada

Description: A fun way to learn from things around the Masjid. Four books on:

Numbers at the Masjid – learn numbers while touring a masjid (mosque). With finger countable objects, and a numbers review on the inside back cover.
Shapes at the Masjid – the most common shapes seen at a masjid;
Colors at the Masjid – basic colors mostly likely to be seen at a masjid;
Opposites at the Masjid – basic opposites to be found at a masjid 

Details: A box set of four full color board books, 10 pages each. Published in 2010.

I Can Pray Anywhere

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Author: Aisha Ghani

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:The I can series teaches young children about important concepts of Islam. It helps them identify with that which is common to all Muslims and which should be a source of pride. This book shows how Muslims can pray anywhere, in the park, on a bus, even on the moon.

 

Details: Board book, 15 pages. Published in 2010

I Can Make Du'a Anywhere

duaanywhere

 

Author: Yasmin Ibrahim

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:The I can series teaches teaches young children about important concepts of Islam. It helps them identify with that which is common to all Muslims and which should be a source of pride. This book shows how Muslims can turn to Allah anywhere and ask Him. It helps make life more meaningful.

 

Details: Board book, 15 pages. Published in 2010

The Oneness of the Merciful

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Author: Saniyasnain Khan

Publishers: Goodword Books, India

Description:A prayer book based on Sura Ikhlas.

 

 

Details: Board book, 13 pages. Published in 2003.

I Can Wear Hijab Anywhere

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Author: Yasmin Ibrahim

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description: The I can series teaches young children about important concepts of Islam. It helps them identify with that which is common to all Muslims and which should be a source of pride. This book shows how Hijab is not an obstacle and is part of an active and happy life.

 

Details: Board book, 15 pages. Published in 2010

I Can Say Bismillah Anywhere

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Author: Yasmin Ibrahim

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:The I can series teaches young children about important concepts of Islam. It helps them identify with that which is common to all Muslims and which should be a source of pride. This book teaches how we should remember God at all times and take His name before each action we do.

 

Details: Board book, 15 pages. Published in 2010

The Throne of the Merciful

throneofthemerciful

 

Author: Saniyasnain Khan

Publishers: Goodword Books, India

Description:The book teaches young children the message of Ayat al-Kursi, the verse of the throne.

 

 

 

Details: Board book, 16 pages. Published in 2003.

Allah is al-Khaliq (The Creator)

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Author: Saba Ghazi Ameen

Publishers: IQRA Publications, U.S.A.

Description:The book shows how Allah creates wonderful and beautiful creations. This is the first book in the Bismillah Early Learners series by IQRA. The series introduces young children to preschool concepts such as colors, letters, shapes, and numbers through the names of Allah.

 

Details: A board book for young children. Published in 2002.