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Building Stronger Muslim Families

By Shaykh Abdullah bin Hamid Ali

Originally published at: http://almadinainstitute.org/blog/building-stronger-muslim-families/

The word ‘family’ according to its Latin root, familia, means a household or servants. A similar meaning is implied by the Arabic word, … 1,351 more words

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The Great Race to Sycamore Street by J. Samia Mair

A fun book for elementary aged children looking for a fast paced, energetic read, with Islamic morals and lessons.  Overall a great book about character, being a good neighbor, and never giving up, The Great Race to Sycamore Street is not in the AR database, but I estimate it at about a 4.3 level and think even for higher readers there is plenty to learn about archery and peach trees, and plenty to enjoy as Amani and Hude take on bullies, grumpy neighbors, dogs, and making the most of a summer with their grandma in the country.  505 more words

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Sophia's Journal by Najiyah Diana Maxfield

It is not terribly uncommon for my mind to remain stuck in books long after I have read the last page, but it has been a while since an Islamic young adult book has held me hostage.  673 more words

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From Somalia With Love By Na'ima B. Robert

This book was a great glimpse into Somali Muslims in the UK, a world I admittedly know nothing about.  Whether accurate or not, I loved the incorporation of words, foods, culture, all of it.   672 more words

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Ibraheem Toy House- Guest Post

Check out my article on how to encourage children to love the Quran over at Ibraheem Toy House: http://ibraheemtoyhouse.com/blog/2015/02/09/encouraging-your-children-to-love-the-quran-by-the-muslimah-mommy/

Ibraheem Toy House is the UK’s first online Islamic toy store; their mission 74 more words

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