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Learn about Amal's family traditions as they celebrate Eid al-Fitr and the end of Ramadan.
From a crescent moon to a square garden to an octagonal fountain, this breath-taking picture book celebrates the shapes and traditions of the Muslim world.
In simple rhyming text, a young Muslim girl and her family guide the reader through the traditions and colours of Islam.
While buying gifts for his family to wear to the mosque on Eid, Ismat is persuaded by the shopkeeper to get new pants for himself, but the only pair available is too long and no one seems to have time to shorten them in his family.
A boy observes the Muslim holy month of Ramadan with his family.
Simple explanation and illustrations giving basic information about two important festivals of Islam.
For Muslims, Ramadan is a time for fasting, prayer and thinking of others. Rashid tries to be good all month. When it's time for Eid al-Fitr, he feasts and plays! Find out how people celebrate this special time of year.
Aneesa and her grandmother come up with a plan to help two girls who are refugees celebrate Eid in America.
Now that she is ten, Lailah is delighted that she can fast during the month of Ramadan, but finding a way to explain to her teacher and classmates is a challenge until she gets some good advice from the librarian, Mrs Scrabble.
George is so excited. He is going to celebrate Ramadan with his friend Kareem! Together they sample special treats, make baskets to donate to the needy and look for the crescent moon.
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