Top Five Ramadan Reads

Dear Muslim Kids,


Here’s our list of five Must-Have books that you need to read this Ramadan. Get your reading glasses on and come along.

Isa’s First Fast - Hira Rizvi

Do you ever wonder what would happen if you make different choices? 

This book is the perfect way to find out! Read and play along in this chapter book as Isa fasts for the first time. At every turn, YOU get to choose what he should do and the consequences he has to face. A fun and unique book to have and to read.

Lailah's Lunchbox: A Ramadan Story - Reem Faruqi

A book about finding your voice, having courage to overcome fears, working out solutions to problems and giving people a chance.

Lailah has recently moved from Abu Dhabi to the US and is going through lots of emotions. She misses her friends, is finding it hard to make new ones and is specially nervous at how her identity will be perceived now that she is old enough to fast. She's excited to fast but the excitement melts away in the nervousness. Luckily she finds a kind librarian who helps her sort her fears out. 

Once Upon an Eid - Stories of Hope & Joy by 15 Muslim voices

A vibrant and heartwarming collection of stories, a couple of poems and even a cool graphic novel by different Muslim authors. A perfect middle grade read.

A sort of a chicken soup for the Muslim soul, this book will make your heart sing with joy. This one is a keeper that must adorn your Eid baskets this year.

Moments of Joy - Bismillah Buddies

Brand new Ramadan anthology of stories, poems and more on everything Ramadan and Eid from 10 authors around the world! 

With diverse and authentic voices, these are fun and adventurous stories to read between the sweet pause of post iftar and pre Isha. Don’t miss this one.

The Story of the Holy Prophet Muhammad: Ramadan Classics: 30 Stories for 30 Nights - Humera Malik

The Quran was revealed to the Prophet (ﷺ) in this special month. What better time than Ramadan to learn more about him. 

This book includes the entire life of the Rasul Allah (ﷺ) from his birth to Prophethood to death with a bonus chapter where the Khilafat is established by appointing Abu Bakr Siddiq (r) as the first Khalifah.

With 30 short chapters, this book is perfect to read each night of Ramadan. 

Are you ready or are you reading already?

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