Learn a selection of Arabic prayers and expressions while having fun with sixty-plus pages of imaginative activities that will introduce young children to a range of practices from Islam and the Muslim world. The Islamic Manners Activity Book includes puzzles, word searches, coloring pages, connect-the-dots, and matching cards that will occupy and entertain children for hours.
Fatima D’Oyen was born in New York in 1960 and embraced Islam in 1979. An author of several books for Muslim children, she has also been active in Islamic education since 1983 in the United States and Europe in a variety of capacities. Currently she is director of Manara Education, a UK-based social enterprise promoting holistic approaches to Islamic education and parenting.
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All females are shown wearing hijab, except for the school bullies shown waiting to catch Amira in one maze and the mother and girls in a family whose members “don’t know much about Islamic manners.” The most useful parts of the book are the language lessons: one with the word “welcome” in 10 lan...May 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Islamic Manners Activity Book