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Matthew, Mohammed & Micah: Storybook Advent Calendar Singles
By Lewis Brech
Series: Storybook Advent, Book 4. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,390. Language: English. Published: October 30, 2010 by Laura Dawn Lewis. Category: Nonfiction
Why don't Christians celebrate Hanukkah? What is Eid? How are Islam, Christianity and Judaism similar... and how are these three faiths different? Join Matthew, Mohammed and Micah, three teens, as they discover each others' faiths and learn to appreciate their similarities and differences. Included in this story are the basics and a few of the common misconceptions about all three faiths.
Understanding Islam for Young People
By Carol Rainbow
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,720. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
Islam is one of the world’s main religions but to children who were not bought up in that faith it may be a mystery. We live in a multi-cultural world where it is important for everyone to have some understanding of the key religions. This guide for young people offers a simple explanation to some of Islam’s main features.
Eid e Ghadeer
By Syed Jazib Reza Kazmi
Price: Free! Words: 3,660. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
Compilation of hadiths from Masoomeen (asws) regarding the lofty status of Eid e Ghadeer
Seâdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss First Fascicle
By Hüseyn Hilmi Işık
Series: Seâdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 119,900. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2011 by Hakîkat Kitâbevi. Category: Nonfiction
Subjects relating to belief of ahl as-Sunnat are quoted from famous Ahl as-Sunnat scholars' books.
Puppets Can't Pray: Part 1
By Shah Jahan
Price: $1.50 USD. Words: 73,730. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2012. Category: Fiction
This novel follows a day in the life of a British Bangladeshi family. It is meant to be a day of celebrating Eid al-Adha, the Islamic holy festival of sacrifice. However, as the pressures mount, it proves to be a day when the strains within the repressed family put it on the brink. The novel is a look at patriarchal repression and Bangladeshi-British society.