Here you will find my children’s book reviews!
Beatrice Spells Some Lulus and Learns to Write a Letter - must-read for a tender granddaughter-grandmother relationship.
Stay Tuned for my newest reviews and journey to find the best Muslim Children’s Books!
Ramadan and Eid Stories:
Under the Ramadan Moon written by Sylvia Whitman, illustrated by Sue Williams: lyrical story appealing to preschoolers and beyond. One of my favorites so far!
Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr written by Lisa Bullard, illustrated by Holli Conger: informative, vibrant chapter-picture-book.
Bestest.Ramadan.Ever written by Medeia Sharif written for teens
Night of the Moon written by Hena Khan, illustrated by Julie Paschkis: nice moon similes
My First Ramadan written by Karen Katz (scroll below when you click link!)
Zaki’s Ramadhan Fast (scroll below when you click link!)
Max Celebrates Ramadan (scroll below when you click link!)
General Muslim Stories:
Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors written by Hena Khan, illustrated by Mehrdokht Amimi : gorgeous, colorful, rhyming story. One of my favorites so far!
Ilyas and Duck Search for Allah: vibrant story that takes Ilyas on an adventure to search for Allah. Great read for curious preschoolers!
The Apple Tree by Mariam Al-Kalby review : whimsically written, whimsically illustrated!
One Green Apple : gorgeously illustrated, heart-touching story
The Grand Mosque of Paris: A Story of How Muslims Rescued Jews During the Holocaust (scroll below when you click link!)
Silent Music: A Story of Baghdad (scroll below when you click link!)
Does My Head Look Big In This? – written for teens, Amazon review.
More book reviews to come soon! If you are an Author and want me to review your story, please let me know. I read children’s books regularly so reviewing them is fun for me!