Featured Book: I Will Not Clean My Room, by Saharish Arshad

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Dear Readers: Author Saharish Arshad provided the following information in order to introduce the readers of the Muslim Writers Club to her awesome rhyming book that’s perfect for children who love to daydream. Please show your support to Muslim writers by reading their books and telling others about the ones you like.

NAME OF BOOK:

I Will Not Clean My Room

AUTHOR NAME AND WEBSITE:

Saharish Arshad

The book is part of the My Journey to Jannah Series, which you can find on Facebook here.

WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT:

Musa’s mom asks him to clean his room. Instead, he decides to imagine all the wonderful things he’s going to do in Jannah. Join him as he dreams away and learns that good deeds are really worth the effort.

WHY I WROTE IT:

I’ve loved writing ever since I was a child. I used make up stories and tell them to other children for fun. Once I had children of my own, I struggled to find Islamic themed children’s stories. I’ve always believed that young children learn a great deal better from stories and rhymes than any other form of structured explanation. I started writing for a Muslim children’s magazine.

Things really took off when a close friend and I decided to start a club for Muslim writers with the goal of publishing our books. Musa’s story went through a lot of review and critique before I sent it out to publishers, and now it’s finally here. I hope readers will enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

WHERE TO BUY IT:

It’s available directly from the publisher, Prolance Writing, as well as on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Saharish Arshad is a freelance children’s writer and blogger at My Side is Greener and Ponies and Pizza. She has published numerous short articles and poetry for children in Little Explorers Magazine, a quarterly U.K. based publication for Muslim children. She is currently experimenting with worldschooling her own four munchkins and dreaming up new poems and stories with them.

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