The Swirling HijabBuy Now
In the hands of this imaginative little girl, her mum’s hijaab becomes a billowing sail, an impenetrable fort, a nomad’s pack and a cloak fit for a warrior queen. But what is it really used for? Charmingly illustrated, this is an endearing story about the way a young Muslim girl feels about the hijaab, or headscarf, that her mother wears. Available in dual language, ‘The Swirling Hijaab’ is a useful resource for exploring the Muslim faith and for discussing PSHE and Citizenship topics including multiculturalism and diversity.
A young girl’s imagination takes flight and carries her on a magical journey into the world of Islamic art and architecture. From colossal mosques to opulent palaces and lush ornamental gardens, she travels through Islamic world’s rich artistic heritage. A perfect way to introduce young readers to Islamic history and culture, Diana Mayo’s sumptuous illustrations bring the richness and splendour of Islamic art to life.Learn more
Ramadan, the month of fasting,
Doesn’t begin all at once.
It begins with a whisper
And a prayer
And a wish.
Muslims all over the world celebrate Ramadan and the joyful days of Eid-ul-Fitr at the end of the month of fasting as the most special time of year. This lyrical and inspiring picture book captures the wonder and joy of this great annual event, from the perspective of a child.Learn more
Lyrical description of Muslim wedding ceremonies across the world, including Pakistan, Morocco, Somalia and UK. This colourful and exotic picture book shows the different ways Muslims in different countries celebrate the sacred ceremony, while also describing the vows and promises common to all Muslim marriages.Learn more