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Migo and Ali: Love for the Prophets

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The A-Z of Islamic words and concepts, with concise, engaging and child-friendly explanations, accompanied by vibrant illustrations. Do you feel frustrated because each year, the Hajj passes by without your child truly appreciating the blessings of this season? Migo and Ali discuss what they have learnt and ask some questions that your child may also have after reading the story.

Migo and Ali is a book written by Zanib Mian who has carefully written stories of 17 prophets (peace be upon them all) in engaging child-friendly language. A delightful question and answer session after each story is also unique in its style, depicted as a conversation between the two lovable characters. That is why I am now grateful that good quality children’s Islamic books are making an appearance…and this is one of them! DVDs, CDs, electronics, VHS tapes, audiotapes, or games and puzzles must be unopened and in their original saleable plastic wrapped boxes. For example, (only ocassionally) the author sometimes talks at the children rather than allow children to have thoughts occur themselves.Islamic Children’s Book about loving the prophet(pbuh) This delightful hardback book contains vibrantly illustrated stories of the prophets, from Adam (as) to Muhammad (saw). She was a science teacher for a few years after leaving university but, right from when she was a little girl, her passion was writing stories and poetry. The pages are colourful and the information is easy for your little one to understand and stay focused. Good book I would say for children 5 years plus it is better, but even for the slightly younger it is informing they might just find it hard to follow.

Although it's geared towards children and ticks a lot of the boxes, I've found that it has things missing as the stories are condensed, concise versions (as they're geared towards children) so find myself having to add more detail to stories whilst reading. Each letter in the alphabet covers one of Allah’s beautiful names and attributes explained in loving words threaded t. I find islamic books for kids aren't always child friendly as intended; the vocabulary and sentence structure are often for older children/teens while being aimed at young children.Tugrul Karacan is a storyteller and self-taught artist/illustrator born and raised in Izmir, Turkey.

We read about 4 prophets yesterday as my son didn't want to stop, and we're going to read another 4 tonight! The kids will find it easy to understand and will find Islamic words or concepts explained in simple, loving, child-friendly language. The book covers the stories of the prophets from Prophet Adam (AS) to Prophet Muhammad (SAW) through lively, vibrant illustrations.She has picked up some of the names of the prophets though which is great and can remember some of the things in the story so it's a good book to have even at her age and work towards being able to understand in the future. All the stories are written beautifully in child friendly language with beautiful respectful illustrations.

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