Books and other materials the whole family will enjoy.
The Qur’an is filled with lessons for those who reflect. This book by Ammar Awais (which is completely free to readers) draws attention to these lessons, providing a practical means to gain valuable new insights into the stories of the Qur’an.
Finally, a book that strives to take the mystery out of fractions. Where was this book three decades ago when I really needed it?
Ever feel confused about halal investing? You’re not alone. Farhan Khalid has written a much-needed book to help Muslims filter through the noise and invest according to Islamic principles. Check it out here.
When Sheena Hussain was given a shocking and life-changing medical diagnosis, she turned to writing. Her introspective new poetry collection takes you from the days after her diagnosis to her current position on the road to recovery.
Sumaiya Tufail’s newly-published visual poetry book has something important to say about God, heartbreak, and activism. Find out why she wrote it here.
Muslim kids need halal reading materials – and they shouldn’t be boring or preachy. This graphic novel by Ahmad Philips presents Islamic morals in a fun, engaging format.
Meet Oliver Masque, a lonely student caged by his constant search for belonging. He’s the hero of this newly-released novella that aims to help readers tap into the power of communication.
It is easy to be afraid of people who are different and people we don’t understand. Iranian-born author Vahid Imani aims to bridge that gap with his award-winning cultural book that was inspired by a true story.
This interactive “guessing-game” book provides your children with loads of quality Islamic edutainment. Check out the latest by Shoohada Khanom.
Harnessing the creativity of our children could make the world a better place. Imagine is a fun book by Shoohada Khanom that shows us what is possible when we set our minds free.
An old favorite with an Islamic twist, this unique tale by Shoohada Khanom is sure to delight the children in your life.
This irresistible children’s book by Shoohada Khanom contains positive messages about body-image.
A thousand bucks for a thousand words is a reality for many writers, and it can be your reality, too.