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So Remember Me & I shall Remember you

Brand: Prolance
So Remember Me And I Shall Remember You is a delightful book rhymed to suit learning process of your little ummions (children) so it is easier for them to remember Allah SWT throughout their day. فَاذْكُرُونِي أَذْكُرْكُمْ وَاشْكُرُوا لِي وَلَا تَكْفُرُونِ 'So remember Me; I will remember you. Be thankful to Me, and never ungrateful'. [Surah Al-Baqarah 2:152] This book has been illustrated by the artist Azra Momin, who has also illustrated the award winning book Ramadan Around The World by Ndaa Hasan
SKU: ISBN:9781792302602
AED 77.20
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How do you tell your friends about hijab? What if someone make fun of you at school? How do you choose a style that you like and feel comfortable in? Who exactly do you have to cover in front of? How do you avoid getting too hot? How to Get Hijab Ready: A Guide for Muslim Girls Ages 8 to 11 gives you a simple and easy guide to getting ready to wear hijab. Full of colorful illustrations, tips, and how to guides, you'll learn how to be confident in hijab, and easily transition into covering when you're ready.

From the Author: 'Why isn’t there a fun and colorful book to show me ideas on how to get ready to wear hijab and how to wear it?' This was the question that my daughter Aisha asked me back in Ramadan 2013, when she was only ten years old. Looking through all of her 'how-to' books on her shelf written for girls to discover their favorite clothing styles, hair styles, and hobbies, it became obvious that a book like this was essential for her developing Muslim identity. I wanted to create a book for her, and all the other girls like her, that was colorful, fun, and vibrant; a book that reflected who she was inside and outside in her every day life. A book that made her feel excited to think about this important milestone for a young Muslim girl, and most importantly a book that gave her confidence to choose to cover when the time came. Right then and there, I opened up a word document and told her 'Why don’t we write one together?' Excited, she began to list all of the things she’d like to see in a basic 'how-to' book.

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