99 Muslim Children Books

Books play a major role in my life as I have always been taught that education gives you freedom.

I love gathering books from different locations I’ve visited and using them in my sessions as an Arab storyteller.  My Instagram feed shows some of my collection under #CraftyArabStorytelling.

Recently I compiled a few of these books in a list of 99 Arab Children Books and then shortly after followed up with a list of 8 Books about Remarkable Muslims.

In the meantime, my list of books for Muslim children in my Amazon Associates shop grew to close to 150 books. (I do get paid fees for being an associate and use them to buy tutorial materials, fyi).  It’s now time to put it in an easy to read list for anyone to use.

So without future ado, I present the list of 99 Muslim children books. Authors with an * next to their name have more then one book published, please check here for other books by them.

xxx

Aaser(*), Amin and Mohammed. Noor Kids School Is Out for the Summer.

Abdel-Fattah(*), Randa. Ten Things I Hate About Me.

Abdullah, Noorah Kathryn. What Do We Say?: A Guide to Islamic Manners.

Adams, Shireen. Colours of Islam.

Addasi(*), Maha. Time to Pray.

Al Mansour, Haifaa. The Green Bicycle.

 

Al-Abasi, Hadeel. Allah Loves Me.

Ali-Karamal, Sumbul. Growing Up Muslim: Understanding the Beliefs and Practices of Islam.

Al-Kalby(*), Mariam. The Apple Tree: The Prophet Says Series.

Aminah, Ibrahim Ali. Three Muslim Festivals.

Apple (*), Emma.  How Big Is Allah?

Aslan, Reza. No god but God: The Origins and Evolution of Islam.

Azzam, Leila. The Life of the Prophet Muhammad.

Barnard, Bryn. The Genius of Islam: How Muslims Made the Modern World.

Bellingham, Brenda. Captain Lilly and the New Girl.

bint Mahmood, Ayesha. Thank You O Allah!

Bokhari, Raana. Allah Gave Me Two Hands and Feet.

Brown, Tricia. Salaam: A Muslim American Boy’s Story.

Broyhill Publications.  My Salah Flip Book: Teach the basic salah positions with this fun flip book from Allah to Z.

Bullard, Lisa. Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr.

Cara, Anwar. 5 Pillars of Islam.

Cohen, Miriam. Layla’s Head Scarf.

Conover, Sarah. Ayat Jamilah: Beautiful Signs: A Treasury of Islamic Wisdom for Children and Parents (This Little Light of Mine).

Cunnane, Kelly. Deep in the Sahara.

Davies, Fatimah De Vaux. Tell me about Allah.

D’Oyen, Fatima. Islamic Manners Activity Book.

Durkee, Noura. The Animals of Paradise.

El-banna, Abubakr and Sara Kabil. Ameena’s Ramadan Diary: A Practical Guide to Getting the Best Out of Fasting and Ramadan.

Emerick(*), Yahiya. My First Holy Qur’an for Little Children.

Faruqi, Reem. Lailah’s Lunchbox: A Ramadan Story.

Flatt, Lizann. Arts and Culture in the Early Islamic World.

Ganeri, Anita.  Hajj Stories.

George, Linda S. The Golden Age of Islam.

Ghani, Aisha. I Can Pray Anywhere!

Ghazi, Suhaib Hamid. Ramadan.

Gilani(*), Fawzia.  Celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr with Ama Fatima.

Gunes(*), Aysenur.  Mosques of the World Activity Book.

Gutta, Razeena. Faatimah and Ahmed – We’re Little Muslims.

Hafiz, Dilara. The American Muslim Teenager’s Handbook.

Haqq, Shahada Sharelle. Stories of the Prophets in the Holy Qu’ran.

Hassan, Labiba. Our Religion Is Islam.

Heiligman, Deborah. Holidays Around the World: Celebrate Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr.

Hunt, Demi. Painting Heaven: Polishing the Mirror of the Heart.

Hussain, Asim. Khadijah goes to School – A story about You.

Hussein(*), Asmaa, Yasmine’s Belly Button.

Ibrahim, Yasmin. I Can Say Bismillah Anywhere!

Ibrahim, Fatimah Ashaela Moore. The Beauty Of My Hijab.

Iqbal S.A. Allah to Z: An Islamic Alphabet Book.

Ismail, Suzy. The BFF Sisters: Jennah’s New Friends

Jalali, Reza. Moon Watchers: Shirin’s Ramadan Miracle.

Jones, Ayesha. Allah Gave Me a Tongue to Taste.

Katz, Karen. My First Ramadan (My First Holiday).

Kayani, M S. Assalamu Alaykum

Khan, Rukhsana. Muslim Child: Understanding Islam Through Stories and Poems.

Khan, Hena. Night of the Moon: A Muslim Holiday Story.

Khan, Michelle. The Hijab Boutique.

Khan, Aisha Karen. What You Will See Inside a Mosque.

Khan(*), Saniyasnain. Goodnight Stories from the Quran.

Khawaja (*), Omar S. Ilyas And Duck Search For Allah.

Latif, Atiya. Islamic Prayers for Kids

Lymer, Elizabeth. Islamic Nursery Rhymes.

Mahtab(*), Mezbauddin. Teaching Kids The Holy Quran.

Mair(*), J. Samia. Amira’s Totally Chocolate World.

Marchant, Kerena. Muslim Festivals (Festival Tales).

Marx, David F. Ramadan.

Merchant, Zainab. Princess Siyana’s Pen.

Messaoudi, Michele. My Mum is a Wonder.

Michigan State School of Journalism. 100 Questions and Answers About Muslim Americans with a Guide to Islamic Holidays.

Mobin-Uddin(*), Asma. My Name Is Bilal

Momin, Azra. Hector Hectricity and the Missing Socks.

Mowjood, Siraj. The Boy and the Owl: A Story About the Attributes of God Based on the Poem “The Creed of Salvation”.

Mujahid, Abdul Malik. A Day in the Life of a Muslim Child.

Munshey, Sana. We’re Off to Make ‘Umrah.

Musleh, Helal. Nightly News with Safa.

Mussa(*), Yasmin. Allah Knows All About Me.

Nura(*), Umm.  Jannah Jewels Series.

Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey. The Hundredth Name.

Parveenm Solmaz. My 30 Days of Ramadan: Activity and Coloring Workbook about Islam.

Payne, Geoffrey. The Islamic Year: Suras, Stories, and Celebrations.

Qamaruddin, Rizwana.  Allah Gave Me a Nose to Smell.

Qazi, Mahmoud Ahmad. Short Surahs: A Textbook for Elementary Quranic Studies.

Rahim, Yasmeen. Hassan and Aneesa Go to Madrasa.

Reedy, Trent. Words in the Dust.

Rey, H. A. It’s Ramadan, Curious George.

Robert(*), Na’ima. Ramadan Moon.

Salim, Dana. Dreamland with Mommy.

Sayres, Meghan Nuttall. Night Letter.

Senker, Cath. My Muslim Year.

Sharif, Medeia. Bestest. Ramadan. Ever.

Stone, Caroline. Islam.

Tatari, Eren. We Love Hijab.

Von Denffer, Ahmad. Islam for Children.

Wharnsby, Dawud. A Picnic of Poems: In Allah’s Green Garden.

Whitman, Sylvia. Under the Ramadan Moon.

Williams, Karen Lynn. Four Feet, Two Sandals.

Winter T. J. Montmorency’s Book of Rhymes.

Yuce, Enis. The Rightly-Guided Caliphs.

Zucker, Jonny. Fasting and Dates: A Ramadan and Eid-un Fitr Story.

xxx

To view more Islamic resources for children, visit these Pinterest boards:

A Crafty Arab Free Printables 

Crafty Arab 99 Creative Projects

Crafty Arab Eid

Crafty Arab Ramadan Challenge