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Develop a Strong Foundation in The Faith of Your Kids by Buying Our Best Islamic Books 

Islamic books are important for children because they can help them develop a strong foundation in their faith and learn about the teachings of Islam. The purpose of our Islamic books for kids is to provide knowledge and guidance to Muslims about their religion and its teachings. These books contain information on various aspects of Islam, such as the Quran, the life of the Prophet Muhammad, Islamic history, jurisprudence (fiqh), ethics, spirituality, and more.

Islamic books aim to help Muslims understand their faith and how to practice it daily. They provide information on how to perform acts of worship correctly, live a righteous life, and develop a strong relationship with Allah (God).

Our Children Islamic books provide knowledge and guidance and help Muslims strengthen their faith and love for Allah and His Messenger. They can inspire readers to adopt good deeds, shun bad deeds, and become better individuals who contribute positively to society.

Our Islamic books play a significant role in the education and development of Muslims, providing them with the necessary knowledge and guidance to live a fulfilling Islamic life.

What are the Reasons to Attract Children to Buy Our Islamic Books? 

Our purpose is to sell Islamic books for children to introduce the basic concepts of Islam in a way that is age-appropriate and easy to understand. This can include topics such as the five pillars of Islam, the life of the Prophet Muhammad, Islamic history, and Islamic values. 

Here are a few reasons we are discussing why our Islamic books are important for children:

Learning About Islam: 

Our books about Islam for kids provide an opportunity for them to learn about Islam in a way that is appropriate for their age and understanding. These books can introduce children to the basics of Islam, such as the five pillars, the life of the Prophet Muhammad, and the importance of prayer.

Developing a Love for Islam:

We understand that Islamic books can help children develop a love for their faith by introducing them to the beauty of Islam. These books can tell stories of Islamic history and share the wisdom and teachings of the Quran, inspiring children to feel proud of their identity as Muslims.

Developing Good Morals and Values:

Our best Islamic books for kids often contain stories and lessons emphasizing good morals and values such as honesty, compassion, and respect for others. These stories can help children understand the importance of these values and how to apply them in their daily lives.

Strengthening Family Bonds:

Reading Islamic books with children can be fun and engaging for the whole family. It can create a positive family dynamic where children feel comfortable discussing their faith with their parents and siblings.

Our best Islamic books can help children develop a strong faith foundation and good morals and values that will guide them throughout their lives.

What Islamic Books For Kids Do We Offer? 

Islamic storybooks can help children develop a love for their faith by introducing them to the beauty of Islam. Stories about the prophets and companions can inspire children and help them feel proud of their Muslim identity. We offer Islamic stories books, often containing stories and lessons emphasizing good morals and values such as honesty, kindness, and respect for others. 

These Islamic storybooks can help children understand the importance of these values and how to apply them in their daily lives. Islamic stories can also give readers a better understanding of Islamic culture and history. Stories about the Prophet Muhammad, his companions, and other important figures in Islamic history can help readers learn about their lives and the events that shaped the Islamic world.

Here is the list of Storybooks that we offer to our customers: 

"Ilyas and Duck: Search for Allah" is a children's book written by Omar Khawaja and illustrated by Leo Antolini. The story follows a young boy named Ilyas and his best friend, a duck, as they embark on a journey to find Allah (God) and learn more about Islam.

Throughout the story, Ilyas and Duck encounter various animals expressing their interpretations and beliefs about Allah. They meet a wise old owl who teaches them about the oneness of Allah, a mischievous monkey who believes in multiple gods, and a friendly camel who tells them about the importance of prayer.

As they continue their journey, Ilyas and Duck learn about the five pillars of Islam: faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage. They also learn about the importance of respecting others and the environment.

The book is designed to introduce young children to Islamic beliefs and practices in a fun and engaging way. The colorful illustrations and relatable characters make it an enjoyable read for children of all ages, while the underlying message promotes love, kindness, and understanding.

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"Ilyas and Duck Ramadan Joy!" is another children's book illustrated by Omar Khawaja and Leo Antolini. This book is a sequel to "Ilyas and Duck: Search for Allah" and follows the same characters, Ilyas and Duck, as they celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.

In the book, Ilyas and Duck learn about the importance of fasting, giving to charity, and spending time with family and friends during Ramadan. They also learn about the significance of the night of power (Laylat al-Qadr), the last ten nights of Ramadan, and the celebration of Eid al-Fitr at the end of the month.

Throughout the story, Ilyas and Duck encounter friends and neighbors from different backgrounds and cultures. The book promotes diversity and inclusivity, highlighting how people celebrate Ramadan and Eid.

"Ilyas and Duck Ramadan Joy!" is a heartwarming and educational book that introduces children to the customs and traditions of Ramadan in a fun and relatable way. The book encourages children to embrace their beliefs and values while respecting and learning from others.

3rd Review 

"Ilyas and Duck in a Zakat Tale" is another children's book by Omar Khawaja and illustrated by Leo Antolini. This book focuses on the Islamic practice of Zakat, which is giving a portion of one's wealth to those in need. In the story, Ilyas and Duck learn about Zakat from their grandmother, who explains that it is a way of sharing one's blessings with others and helping those less fortunate. She encourages them to donate some of their money to a local charity, and they eagerly agree.

As they decide how much money to give, Ilyas and Duck encounter various animals who share their experiences with giving and receiving Zakat. They meet a goat who teaches them about the importance of giving from the heart, a horse who shares the benefits of giving in secret, and a camel who tells them about the rewards of giving generously.

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Through these encounters, Ilyas and Duck learn about the different ways Zakat can be given and its positive impact on individuals and communities.

"Ilyas and Duck in a Zakat Tale" is a wonderful way to introduce children to the concept of Zakat and the importance of giving to those in need. The book promotes empathy, kindness, and generosity and encourages children to make a positive difference in the world around them. For more details, visit our website https://ejannah.com/collections/kid