Ibraheem & Imaan Part 2: Names of Allah 21-40
Page Count: 145
Trim Size: 7.44” x 9.68”
Color: Full Color
Recommended for KG-5th Grade
(KG-2nd Grade as a read along with an adult, 3rd-5th Grade for independent study.)
Ibraheem has grown up and continues his journey to understand the names of Allah with his best friend Aymaan while attending the University of Madinah. Join him as he begins to paint his own calligraphy of the Asmaa' Ul-Husnaa with the help of his professor, Shaykh Saalih, while studying the meaning of each name in the light of the Qur'aan and Sunnah. Grandma Imaan, as always, is there to guide and support him along the way, as are new friends such as Br. Abdul-Maalik, the headteacher at a local orphanage. He has an eager class of adorable students who love Ibraheem's stories about Allah...and a mischievous little rabbit named Cakepop!
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, ”Allah has 99 names, 100 minus one, and whoever ‘ahsahu’ (i.e., enumerated, believes in, ponders, worships, supplicates, and acts according to belief in them) will enter paradise; Allah is ‘witr’ (odd in number) and He loves the ‘witr’ (odd-numbered items, such as the 99 names)." -(Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
*This book features an explanation of names 21-40 of the 99 Beautiful Names of Allah. Names 1-20 are taught Ibraheem & Imaan Part 1, and names 41-99 are taught in the Khadijah & Khaalid Part 1 and 2.
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About the Perfecting the Pillars Series:
The Perfecting the Pillars teaches students about the first two pillars of Islaam, Shahaadah (witnessing to the oneness of Allah, including understanding His 99 names) and Salaah.
The lessons in this series are based on short stories that make learning the facts of the topic more enjoyable. The stories feature young children that the student can identify with and take place in different countries (i.e., America, Saudi Arabia, Egypt) to give students a world view of Islaam.
The stories also feature different economic and social environments to allow students to see different family structures and situations (i.e., nuclear family, orphans, needy people, widows, and interracial families).
- Qur’aan and Hadith references
- Highlighted vocabulary
- Review sections
- Illustrations (no animals/humans)
- Glossary of Arabic terms
Books in the Series:
- Ibraheem & Imaan Part 1
- Ibraheem & Imaan Part 2
- Asmaa' Ul-Husnaa Coloring Book (A)
(Names of Allah 1-40)
- Khadijah & Khaalid Part 1
- Khadijah & Khaalid Part 2
- Asmaa' Ul-Husnaa Coloring Book (B)
(Names of Allah 41-99)
- Fatimah & Fuaad Part 1
- Fatimah & Fuaad Part 2
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