Discover how you know where you are in the universe and why you can t measure where Allah is, in the same way The Children s First Questions series promotes curiosity and encourages the pursuit of knowledge, and scientific literacy Helping children to grasp complex concepts in a unique and age appropriate way, using authentic Islamic sources and scientific facts Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity With original ink drawings, facts, and diagrams, this is an Islamic children s book unlike any other you have on your shelf OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES How Big Is Allah How Does Allah Look Is Allah Real This series is written according to the Qur an and Sunnah and does not describe Allah in any way....
|Title||:||Where Is Allah? (Children's First Questions) (Volume 3)|
|Publisher||:||Books by Emma Apple 1 edition February 29, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||38 pages|
|File Size||:||862 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Where Is Allah? (Children's First Questions) (Volume 3) Reviews
I was so excited about the release of the third book in this series as I completely loved the first two. Even as an adult I enjoy these books. I love the black and white drawings. Reminds me of "The Book With No Pictures". Pictures or colors are not necessary for a great book to captivate kids.
I know that my kids enjoy a book when they ask me to read it again immediately after I read it for the first time. While most other books they have are bright and colorful, the black and white illustrations in this book definitely caught their attention. My 5-year-old grasped most of the ideas in the book, while I had to simplify them a bit for my 3.5-year-old. The book is not long winded, so it sparks more questions and conversation about the topic and we have enjoyed pointing out all the different things we see around us that Allah created and reminds us that He is all around us.
Kinda confusing for my 4 year old. He started crying at one point. Nice illustrations. And there are few books like it around, so for that I value it. We have read it with my son several times, and the message seemed to get more clear. It's a hard concept for children to understand, but I think this is a unique book that tries to tackle the issue.
Love everything about the book !!