Book Count: 9
Total Page Count: 308
Trim Size: 8.5" x 8.5"
Recommended for KG-3rd Grade
Each book in the Ad-Duha Institute Storytime Series features an ayah (verse from the Qur'aan) or Sahih hadith about good character, morals, or manners followed by a fun, fictional story to help reinforce the reminder.
Illustrated in brilliant full color (no images of humans or animals), these stories are just the right length for school time, naptime, bedtime, or anytime you want to snuggle up with your children and teach them a quick reminder about the deen, Insha-Allah.
This nine-book set focuses on teaching daily ad'iyaa (supplications), good manners, and righteous behavior. Topics covered include responsibility, cleanliness, patience, truthfulness, generosity, honoring mothers, and Muslim manners for eating, sleeping, and sneezing.Click below to view book previews:
- Engaging illustrations (no human or animal images)
- Excellent lessons in good character and behavior from the Qur'aan and Sahih Ahadith
- Entertaining rhymes to make learning memorable for young children
- English translation and transliteration for all Arabic text
- Footnotes explaining specific terms or Islamic concepts for new Muslims or non-Muslims
- Recipe and an art project activity (Meatloaf Monday & Unicorn Sneezes)
- The newest book in the series, Unicorn Sneezes, just added!
#1 The Lazy Shepherd of Pinata: Responsibility
#2 Sleepytime in Slumberwood: Du'a for Sleeping
#3 Ming-Ming the Panda: Cleanliness
#4 Maha Makes Du'a: Patience
#5 The Mysterious Pizza Muncher of Meatball Corner: Truthfulness
#6 Bubbles the Greedy Blue Bunny: Generosity
#7 Meatloaf Monday: Du'a for Eating
#8 Aneesa's Surprises: Honoring Mothers
#9 Unicorn Sneezes: Du'aa for SneezingCopyright Notice:
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