Islamic Books: Ages 4-6yrs

Hassan and Aneesa go to Madrasah

Author: Yasmeen Rahim

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Hassan and Aneesa go to the Madrasah for the first time to learn about Islam and make new friends.

 

Details: Paperback, 28 pages, 2016

My Dad’s Beard

Author: Zainab Mian

Publishers: Sweet Apple Publishers

Description:  A little boy’s love for his father and his amusing thoughts about his father’s beard.

 

Details: Paperback, 35 pages, 2014

Ilyas and the Duck and the Fantastic Festival of Eid-ul-Fitr

Author: Omar S. Khawaja

Publishers: Little Big Kids Books, U.S.A.

Description:  A young boy sets out with a duck enjoy the fun and joy of Eid and learn about the charity that is part of Eid.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages, 2014

The Magic words

Author: Lisha Azad

Publishers: The Greenbirdbooks Publishing House

Description:  A mother helps her daughter go to sleep by reciting suggested du’as.

 

Details: Paperback, 28 pages, 2014

The Apple Tree: The Prophet says series

Author: Mariam al Kalby

Publishers: Prolance, U.S.A.

Description:  A little girl plants an apple tree with her dad. She learns to overcome her desire to keep all the fruit and realizes the value of giving to others for the sake of God.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages, 2013

Ilyas and the Duck search for Allah

Author: Omar S. Khawaja

Publishers: Little Big Kids Books, U.S.A.

Description:  A young boy sets out with a duck to search for God. He finds Allah in the beautiful creation around him.

 

Details: Hardcover, 39 pages, 2012

Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors

Author: Hena Khan

Publishers: Chronicle Books, U.S.A.

Description:  A magnificent picture books that shows the beauty of colors in Islamic objects. Everyday colorful objects show the Islamic culture.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages, 2012

Hassan and Aneesa go to Masjid

Author: Yasmeen Rahim

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Hassan and Aneesa go to the Masjid to do wudhu and perform the prayer. They explore the various parts of the Masjid.

 

Details: Paperback, 32 pages, 2012

Allah gave me two eyes to see

Author: Fatima D’Oyen

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Inspiring gratitude to Allah for the sense of sight with which so much is enjoyed in this world. Part of Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages. First published in 2007

Allah gave me two hands and feet

Author: Raana Bokhari

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Objects can be felt and actions performed through the sense of touch. Inspires gratitude to God. Part of the Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages. First published in 2007

Allah gave me two ears to hear

Author: Amrana Arif

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Everyday sounds and voices can be heard through the sense of hearing. Inspires gratitude to God. Part of Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages. First published in 2007

Allah gave me a nose to smell

Author: Rizwana Qamaruddin

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  The sense of smell allows us to enjoy and distinguish the many smells and fragrances around us. Inspires gratitude to God. Part of Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages. First published in 2007

Allah gave me a tongue to taste

Author: Ayesha Jones

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:  Wonderful tastes and delicious foods and drinks can be enjoyed through the sense of taste. Inspires gratitude to God. Part of Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Hardcover, 32 pages. First published in 2007

My First Ramadan (My First Holiday, series)

Author: Karen Katz

Publishers: Square Fish, U.S.A.

Description: Story of a young Muslim boy celebrating the month of Ramadan for the first time. A good introduction to the month.

 

Details: Paperback, 32 pages. First published in 2007

Zaahir and Jamal the camel at the Mosque

Author: Amatullah al-Marwani

Publishers: Goodword Publications

Description: A young Muslim boy Zaahir and his furry friend Jamel the Camel enjoy a ride to the mosque. Part of the early reader rhyming series.

 

Details: Paperback, 24 Pages, 2005

Zaahir and Jamal the Camel at the Hajj

Author: Amatullah al-Marwani

Publishers: Goodword Publications

Description: A young Muslim boy Zaahir and his furry friend Jamel the Camel go on a journey for Hajj. Part of the early reader rhyming series.

 

Details: Paperback, 24 Pages, 2004

Fasting and Dates: A Ramadan and Eid-ul-fitr Story

Author: Jonny Zucker, Jan Barger

Publishers: Barrons, U.S.A.

Description: Describes the activities of a Muslim family during the holy month of Ramadan. Part of the Festival Times series of books.

 

Details: Paperback, 24 pages. Published in 2004

The Food We Eat

Author: Farah Sardar

Publishers: Islamic Foundation, U.K.

Description:Describes the different foods that we eat. Inspires gratitude to God. Part of Allah the Maker series.

 

Details: Paperback, 24 pages. First published in 1997

The Night Prayer

Author: S.A. Tulloch, Illustrator: Haider Basravi

Description: A young boy’s quest to discover the meaning of the night prayers, and in the process creates a special bond between him and his grandfather, who prays at night, and allows the young boy to discover his own importance. A beautiful book that puts love of prayer in the hearts of children.