Muslim/Islamic Content for Pre & Primary School

Posted to PubYac by Masha K. Rudman.

These are some of the titles of books I have on my shelf of books with
> Islamic content for young readers.  All of the Idries Shah books are from
> the Sufi tradition of Islam. I don’t know if he is universally respected,
> but his intentions are certainly noble. Some of the criticisms are that he
> doesn’t link Sufiism to Islam firmly enough. There are also some questions
> about the origins of the manuscripts he adapts.
>
> I hope this is helpful.
>
> Masha K. Rudman
>
> The white nights of Ramadan by Maha Addasi
>
> The hungry coat : a tale from Turkey by Demi
>
> Ramadan by Suhaib Hamid Ghazi
>
> Celebrating Ramadan by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith
>
> Goha, the wise fool by Denys Johnson-Davies
>
> Muslim child : understanding Islam through stories and poems by Rukhsana
> Khan
>
> Magid fasts for Ramadan by Mary Matthews
>
> A party in Ramadan by Asma Mobin-Uddin
>
> The best Eid ever by Asma Mobin-Uddin
>
> The silly chicken by Idries Shah
>
> The lion who saw himself in the water by Idries Shah
>
> Neem the half-boy by Idries Shah
>
> The clever boy and the terrible, dangerous animal by Idries Shah
>
> The farmer’s wife by Idries Shah
>
> Forty Fortunes, A Tale of Iran by Aaron Shepard
>
> Saladin : noble Prince of Islam by Diane Stanley
>
> Coming to America : a Muslim family’s story by Bernard Wolf

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