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For Children

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful


I never saw anyone who was more compassionate towards children than Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). His son Ibrahim was in the care of a wet nurse in the hills around Madinah. He would go there, and we would go with him, and he would enter the house, pick up his son and kiss him, then come back. [Muslim]



Islamic Education Series Grades 1-12



This series covers all areas of Islamic studies: tafseer, hadeeth, tawheed, fiqh, seerah, and general etiquette relating to different areas and situations. Given the importance of authentic Islamic knowledge, every effort has been made to ensure that the material presented in the series is authentic. Also, given the importance of Arabic Islamic terms, most of the terms are presented in their original Arabic script, along with the transliteration and the translation of their meanings. This also applies to supplications which have to be memorized in their Arabic version. The aim here is to help the reader read the original text and understand its meaning. Each lesson is followed by exercises covering questions about the lesson.




Stories of the Prophets



The stories of Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa and 'Eesa ('alay-himus-salaam) for the 5-6 age range are available as a multi-pack set of five books. Please see the description of each individual book for further details.




Encyclopedia Of Islam For Children



This reference tool, which is a humble attempt to place before the English-speaking Muslim children a number of basic Islamic teachings and concepts, is primarily aimed at children of age ten years and over and presents topics in an easy-to-use alphabetical format. It also covers a wide range of topics and features cross-references which draw attention to related subjects




Nurturing Eeman in Children



By: Dr. Aisha Hamdan. A plethora of parenting books on the market these days covers every aspect of dealing with your children. From the terrible twos to the troublesome teens, you will have no problem finding multitudes of books claiming to point you in the right direction when it comes to raising your children. Whether you're aiming to raise a baby Einstein, or just looking for some hints on how to handle an unruly tyke or teen, you will no doubt find plenty of advice. Nurturing Eeman in Children, however, addresses an aspect of child-rearing that is vitally important, and is not touched upon in the mainstream selections that we are so familiar with. In her book, Dr. Hamdan clearly and in no uncertain terms explains the importance of instilling in our children a strong connection to their Creator and a love for the religion that He has chosen for us and them. From this book, you will learn the what, why, and the how of raising a righteous and faithul Muslim child.




Day in the Life of a Muslim Child



Abdul Malik Mujahid

This beautiful book describes a day in the life of a Muslim Child. From waking up to going to bed at night it goes over all the basic dua's that should be recited in our daily lives. It includes dua's for waking up, leaving/entering the restroom, before/after eating and those needed through out the day. The whole book is told from Ukasha's point-of-view in a story like manner.




A Muslim Child's Way of Life



Dar-us-Salam Research Division

We are publishing this book with two purposes in mind. One is to signify the meanings of the statement of Faith, which is Laa ilaaha illallaah; and what position it should hold in our lives. The conditions and the requirements of the statement of Faith are clearly described for our children in such a style that they will grasp it without any difficulty. All the Articles of Faith have been explained to them in a very easy manner. In fact every child gets the clear idea of all the requirements of Faith by reading this book, and this was one aim which has been achieved in a perfect manner. The second aim was to promote healthy extracurricular activities in the school children. Various types of debates, writing competitions and sports produce sound effects both mentally and physically upon the children. They become fluent in expressing themselves through words whether it is by speaking or by writing. Such competitions increase the thinking capabilities of the children, making them creative and expressive.




Abu Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah



Abdul Basit Ahmad

The Prophet Muhammad (S) publicly named ten men who he himself guaranteed would be in Paradise in the hereafter. One of these fortunate men was Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah (R). He was one of amongst who accept Islam in its early days in Makkah. He took part in the migrations to Ethiopia and Al-Madinah, for the sake of preserving his faith. He fought in all the major battles of Islam and spent most of his life as a soldier fighting for the cause of Islam. He even killed his own father in battle when his father vowed to slay him for accepting Islam. Praising his character, the Prophet(S) said: "Every Ummah has a trustworthy man; Abu 'Ubaidah is the trustworthy man of this Ummah."




Khabbab bin Al-Aratt



Abdul Basit Ahmad

Many Muslims who were weak and enslaved suffered inhumane persecutions in the early days of Islam. Yet, they remained steadfast and brave in their belief in Islam and support of Prophet Muhammad (S). Khabbab bin Al-Aratt (R) was one of these oppressed believers who had no hope of protection or safety except for their strong belief in Allah's salvation. Khabbab (R) rose from the degrading life of slavery to become a teacher of Allah's revelation and a warrior in the cause of Allah's religion.




Child Education in Islam



Abdullah Nasih Ulwan

This book outlines the basic Islamic concepts in child education. The author has tried to coordiante the main ideas, as well as the basics precepts for raising Muslim children in all the different spheres of life. First of all, the importance of correct belief and faith cannot be inculcated in young children except through the teaching and example of their parents; and obviously, the role of the mature and religious mother is foremost. This state of harmony can only be achieved when matrimonial relations are relatively stable. Care is to be taken in providing young children with all the necessary elements in the fields of ethical, physical and psychological education. This cannot be overemphasized. It is established that the common ailments of human societies, personal as well as social, find their remedy in monotheism and justice. Therefore, emphasis on these two moral principles is essential. Muslim children must develop a clear understanding of the concept of the oneness of Allah, mainly through the performance of devotional acts of worship, to Him, and through developing a sense of justice in all personnel and social dealings. The author has briefly outlined these glorious concepts in this book. Through his deep understanding of Islam, and his eminent conviction and personal adherence to its glorious principles, he introduces this book to the readers, with all practical instructions, with the intention of helping to build up a Muslim nation, worthily to uphold the honorable tenets of the Glorious Qur'an and Sunnah.




Our Children and Prayer



From Preface, '....tackling two most important things, (1)Prayer as the most fundamental pillar of religion (Islam) (2) Children, who are the dearest to us.'




Islamic Studies Text Books



About the Author: Mawlana Feizel Chothia is an experienced Islamic Studies instructor and author of a number of Islamic books. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1970 he was educated at the Madrasah Arabiyah Islamiyah (Dar Al-Ulum Azaadville) institute of traditional Islamic sciences. He has specialist training in Islamic jurisprudence, primarily the Hanafi School of Law, and his approach is rooted in a traditional, normative stance (Ahl-us-Sunnah). Mawlana Feizel has served as Imam in numerous Masjids and is actively engaged in Islamic propagation, teaching and administration, as well as developing curricula and materials for Islamic elementary and afternoon schools (ie. Madaris - primary and secondary Islamic seminaries). Apart from his formal training and experience, his development as an Islamic scholar within the Western milieu and his intimacy with Western culture and its institutions has served him well in assessing and positively engaging the challenges it poses to Muslims and Islam. He currently lives in Perth where he is associated with a number of innovative projects in the field of Islamic education and literature.




Arabic Without Tears



Arabic Without Tears is a colorful new series designed to teach Arabic in a lively interactive manner to younger learners. It is intended for use by parents or teachers working closely with their children or pupils. This first book aims to teach the Arabic alphabet in its basic form through simple written exercises supported by the clear, arrowed diagrams over which the child can trace, thus encouraging him or her to develop confidence and independence in writing the isolate letters. Numerous exercises are included to reinforce letter recognition, alphabetical sequencing and writing practice.




First Thousand Words in Arabic



* Busy scenes with 1000 small pictures labelled in Arabic * Arabic words also written in Roman letters * Easy-to-use pronunciation guide * Simple explanation of Arabic alphabet




The First Caliph of Islam - Abu Bakr As-Siddiq



By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. Most people have a best friend who they favor amongst all of the people, The best friend of Prophet Muhammad (saw) was Abu Bakr As-Siddiq (ra) . He was the only person, other than the "Prophet's Own wife, who accepted Islam immediately and believed in Muhammad (saw) from the first movement that he announced his Prophet hood. Abu Bakr (ra) always remained at the Prophet's side and he had no reservations about spending his wealth for the sake of Islam and the Muslims. The Prophet's Companions all recognized his superiority, yet he always remained humble and sincere towards all. This is the story of Abu Bakar (ra) and his rise to leadership of the Muslim Ummah.




Uthman bin Affan: The Third Caliph of Islam



By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. Uthman bin Affan was one of the early men who accepted Islam in Makkah. From the first moment he became a Muslim, he put all his wealth under the service of Islam. He spent most of his resources to satisfy the needs of poor Muslims. Recognizing his generosity and devotion to Islam, the Prophet (pbuh) told him that his place would be in Paradise on the Hereafter. He married Ruqayah (pbuh), the Prophet's daughter. After she died, he married her sister Um Kulthum for that, the people at that time called him Dhun Nurain, "The Man with the Two Lights."




Bilal bin Rabah: The Mu'adhdhin (Caller to Prayer)



By Bilal Abdul-Kareem. A few people stand in the face of tyranny with endurance when they believe in the true and eternal message of Islam. This book sheds light on the life and struggle of the greatest example of endurance. Bilal bin Rabah whom Islam changed from a weak slave to a great hero, stood firm in the face of oppression and hence taught generations to come how a Muslim should act when his Faith is challenged. He was the only Mu'adhdhin (caller to prayer) during the lifetime of the Prophet*. His emblem all his life was `Allah is One, Allah is One.'




Children around The Prophet



Dr. Hesham Al-Awadi was born in Kuwait and educated in the United Kingdom. He completed his BA, MA, MPhil and PhD. in the field of Middle Eastern Politics and History, in various British universities including the University of Cambridge. He also has a Diploma in Islamic Studies from the Institute of Islamic Studies, Cairo. He is an author of numerous books and is a lecturer of Middle Eastern History at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, UK.






The Guidance of Our Children



By Mohammad Elshinawy. Our children are our best investment for the future of Islam - we need as Muslims to start taking this Amanah (trust) seriously and take responsibility through action.

All of you are shepherds, and each one is responsible for his flock. A leader of people is a shepherd and responsible for them. A man is like a shepherd over his family, and he is responsible for his flock. A woman is like a shepherd over her husband’s house and children, and she is responsible for them. And a slave is a guardian of his master’s property and is responsible for it. So all of you are guardians and are responsible for your charges.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)





Audio Quran Stories for Children: (Arabic+English)



Especially told for young children, these captivating stories of the messengers of Allah will help you and your family to learn and grow together. Whether you listen to them in the car or around the kitchen counter, you can be sure the adult and child alike will be riveted and enlightened! These stories are based on authentic sources from the Quran and Hadith.




Stories of the Caliphs



STORIES OF THE CALIPHS: These stories tell us about the inspiring lives of those rulers who came immediately after the Prophet. The Caliphs knew they had to be humble servants of the people if they were to keep them under the rule of the One God




Story of Prophet Abraham



Scene from the video: The disbelievers cried out "BURN HIM! BURN HIM!"... But Prophet Abraham remained patient and put his trust in God. The townspeople gathered all the wood they could find and started to build a huge fire, so high that even the birds could not fly over it and the people who helped build the fire got burnt from the heat... Find out what happens next in this DVD film as the true story of Prophet Abraham (AS) unfolds... Suitable for children of all ages. Features: - Quiztime with Zaky & Did you know? - Video clip & songs by Zain Bhikha & Dawud Wharnsby - Greatly improved quality of animation




Muhammad The Last Prophet



Muhammad The Last Prophet Cartoon DVD Muhammad the last prophet is an animated production of the early days of Islam. This cartoon film aims to introduce Islam and the last and final Prophet Muhhamad (PBUH) to children and adults alike. There is a choice of screen language of English and Arabic. Subtitles are similarly available in arabic and english. The prophet is not personified in any way or form. Muhammad the last prophet cartoon is the story of Islam and is a must see for all faiths. This DVD would make a great gift. The DVD also comes with an audio CD which has nasheeds or Islamic songs praising the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and sung by the likes of Yusuf ISlam, Aashiq Al Rasul, Hamza Robertson, Dawud wharnsby Ali, Mesut Kurtis, NAtive Deen, Zain Bhikha and others. A joint production between richcrest animation and badr international.




The Boy and the King - The Legend of Obaid



The epic animation that has captured the hearts of thousands of Muslims of all ages! It's the story of Sultan Muhammad II - one of history's great young leaders. He was a scientist with a passion for learning, a just leader who welcomed people of other religions, a brillian millitary strategist and a patron of the arts. At the age of 21, with his faith and brains, he lead the Muslims and freed Constantinople.




The Lion of Ain-Jaloot



Taking you back in history to the 13th century, this remarkable true story recounts the saga of one man and one nation … all that overcame staggering odds to render a permanent mark both in the history of the world and the hearts of mankind! The story takes place in the Near East, where the notorious Mongol warriors threatened the peaceful Muslim Empire. Amidst the menacing threat, a legend that came to be known as Seifuddin Qutoz was born. Royal at birth, he was captured in route to safe harbor from the brutal Mongols. From the shackles of slavery, Qutoz emerged as Commander of the Muslim army that confronted the advancing Mongol warriors. The story culminates with the legendary battle in the Palestinian city of AinJaloot in 1260 AD. Suitable for all the family.




Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih



The epic animation that has captured the hearts of thousands of Muslims of all ages! It's the story of Sultan Muhammad II - one of history's great young leaders. He was a scientist with a passion for learning, a just leader who welcomed people of other religions, a brillian millitary strategist and a patron of the arts. At the age of 21, with his faith and brains, he lead the Muslims and freed Constantinople.





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