Search results for: 'muslim'

Franklin Watts

Islam

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell

Explore the religion of islam, from what people believe, to a Muslim life, special days and festivals. For children progressing through Book Bands, it is suitable for reading at level 9: Gold.The Info Buzz series, for age 5+, helps children develop their knowledge and understanding of the world by covering a wide range of topics in a fun, colourful and interactive way. The books have a lively design, engaging text and photos, questions to get children thinking and talking and teaching notes. Each title is written in conjunction with a literacy consultant and features book band guidance and downloadable activity sheets online.

Franklin Watts

A Muslim Life

Cath Senker
Authors:
Cath Senker

The faith you follow is with you from the moment you are born, until the moment you die and beyond. Following a Faith: A Muslim Life explores some of the cornerstones of what it means to be a Muslim today, through Id-ul-Fitr and Id-ul-Adha celebrations, christening and wedding ceremonies, what happens in a mosque and why many Muslims go on a pilgrimage known as Hajj.This book supports the national curriculum guidelines for religious education for children aged 8+, and promotes religious tolerance and consideration.Following a Faith looks at the rich, cultural and colourful traditions, events, rituals, celebrations, foods, buildings, clothing and more that make up a major religion. Beautiful, bright, bold and modern - these books bring religious non-fiction right up to date and make them relevant and essential reading for followers of a faith and for anyone interested to learn what a religion is all about.

Wayland

Happy Eid al-Fitr

Joyce Bentley
Authors:
Joyce Bentley

Eid al-Fitr is celebrated by Muslims worldwide to mark the end of Ramadan fasting and this book let's children discover how people around the globe celebrate this important festival and what it means to them, with age-appropriate language. This history, preparation and celebration of the festival are all visualised with beautiful photography, capturing the many ways in which this festival is marked. This approach offers children a visually arresting and diverse introduction to one of the most celerated religious festivals.Ideal for leisure reads, use in the classroom and to support cross-curricular studies.

Wayland

Death

Sarah Levete
Authors:
Sarah Levete
Wayland

Birth

Ronne Randall
Authors:
Ronne Randall
Orion Children's Books

The Little Green Drum

Taghreed Najjar, Lucy Coats
Authors:
Taghreed Najjar, Lucy Coats

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Samia's dad is very important. Every Ramadan he wakes the whole village up in time for breakfast. But this year, things are different and Samia must show everyone how strong and brave she can be.Originally published in Arabic, but now retold for a English-speaking audience, this is a charming and empowering story about Ramadan, fasting and the ability of girls to do any job they put their mind to.

Wayland

To The Muslim Faith

Katie Dicker
Authors:
Katie Dicker
Wayland

Fundamentalism

Sean Connolly
Authors:
Sean Connolly

Global Issues: Fundamentalism considers the definition of fundamentalism including the Muslim and Christian forms, its history, its causes, including case studies of Osama bin Laden and Abu Hamza, and its social, political and economic impact. The various responses to fundamentalism, its forms in the future, and the media's role in reporting on it, are also taken into account.

Orion Children's Books

I Am A Woolly Hat

Vivian French, Salma Koraytem, Betania Zacarias
Contributors:
Vivian French, Salma Koraytem, Betania Zacarias
Wayland

Muslim Festivals

Honor Head
Authors:
Honor Head

The books look at religious stories, celebrations, how people worship and the importance of belonging to each religion. There is a fun, easy-to-make festival-related craft activity at the end of each title.

Orion Children's Books

My Own Special Way

Mithaa alKhayyat, Maya Fidawi
Contributors:
Mithaa alKhayyat, Maya Fidawi

Hamda feels left out. She wants to be like her four sisters. One evening she makes a decision, and nobody can change her mind. She wants to wear the veil like her sisters. Each sister puts forward her own suggestion based on what worked for her. But it is up to Hamda to work out her own unique way to wear the veil making it a part of her active and happy life.

Orion Children's Books

An Act of Love

Alan Gibbons
Authors:
Alan Gibbons

Childhood friends Chris and Imran celebrate the Millenium as inseparable blood brothers, they are both seven years old. But by 2011 their lives have taken very different paths. One has joined the Army and served in Afghanistan, the other is a potential jihad recruit. They are no longer friends, and there are bitter wounds between them which remain unhealed. Will their childhood bond be strong enough to overcome an extremist plot?In a highly-charged, honest and life affirming story, told in flashback from both Chris and Imran's viewpoint, Alan Gibbon's cleverly explores the very real issue of terrorism that affects everyone today.

Franklin Watts

I Am Muslim

Cath Senker
Authors:
Cath Senker

I am Muslim follows Aaliyah as she talks about her faith. She tells us about her: family, mosque, beliefs, worship, books, clothes and food.

Orion Children's Books

Caught in the Crossfire

Alan Gibbons
Authors:
Alan Gibbons
Wayland

Islam

Honor Head
Authors:
Honor Head

This title looks at mosques s and what they mean to those who follow Islam. The religious services that people participate in, signs and symbols important to Muslims, festivals and holy places are also looked at in detail.

Franklin Watts

Muslim Iman

Akbar Dad Khan
Authors:
Akbar Dad Khan

Franklin Watts

We are Muslims

Philip Blake
Authors:
Philip Blake

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Popcorn: A Year of Festivals Resources

A Year of Festivals is a series of four books in the Popcorn range that introduce children to the main religious celebrations in Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism. Download teacher resources here.

Cath Senker

Cath Senker is a children's non-fiction writer who specialises in writing about modern history, global issues and world religions. Her latest history titles include Living Through the Vietnam War (Raintree, 2011), Our World Divided: Israel and the Middle East (Wayland, 2011) and A Cultural History of Women in America: Women Claim the Vote (Bailey Publishing, 2011). She has a particular interest in the topics of migration, refugees and racism and recently wrote Mapping Global Issues: Immigrants and Refugees (Arcturus, 2011). In her work, Cath aims to highlight individuals' experiences and to present different viewpoints in a non-judgemental way as a basis for discussion.Cath also works as a project manager and editor on non-fiction titles for both children and adults. Before embarking on a freelance career, she worked as a commissioning editor for a children's educational publishing company for eight years. She is also an experienced ESOL teacher. Cath volunteers with City Reads, a project that aims to widen the enjoyment of books and reading among people of all ages, especially people from disadvantaged communities. She is a also a keen amateur cyclist, cook and gardener.

Joyce Bentley

Joyce Bentley was a publisher of children's non-fiction for more than 10 years having also commissioned and edited over 1,000 books. As a writer she specialises in books for young children on science and religion. Based in Twickenham, she divides her time between writing and commissioning for children's non-fiction - a job she absolutely loves