Amira loves chocolate so much that every night before she goes to sleep, she asks God to make everything chocolate On Eid ul Fitr, she wakes up to find a totally chocolate world At first she loves her new world, but when she discovers that she misses all the beautiful colors in nature, she realizes that God, the Creator, knows best Chocolate its undeniably irresistible, and in one form or another, adored by many If you appreciate the value of chocolate, then join Amira in her totally chocolate world J Samia Mair is a freelance writer whose work has been published in magazines, books, and scientific journals She writes in several genres, including childrens fiction, short stories, essays, book reviews, scientific articles, and poetry Prior to her current work, Mair was on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health She also practiced law for over eight years....
|Title||:||Amira's Totally Chocolate World (Muslim Children's Library)|
|Publisher||:||The Islamic Foundation May 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||29 pages|
|File Size||:||786 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Amira's Totally Chocolate World (Muslim Children's Library) Reviews
A creative and imaginative way for children to appreciate what God gives them. It's fun and playful as what child doesn't want to see a world filled with chocolate? four-year olds can appreciate it, but the number of words on each page is for slightly older children (5 and up). My four-year old loved it, but I did shorten it a bit when I read it to him. Overall I'm really glad I bought this and I share this with my class as well.
My daughter consistently reaches for Amira for her night time story. A good story with a subtle message about Allah's creation.
This book is whimsical and totally awesome , my daughter loves it ,
Targeted to Muslim children, it is actually a book that can be used in a secular setting as well.
My son likes to lick this book up. It is sweet with a nice message. Would buy it again as a gift.
My daughter loves chocolate and loves this book. She often asks to read it before bed. Well done, me!
Our KG class was fascinated that a world of chocolate can be true! Our 1st graders loved the photos! I first gave this book to a 3rd grader who loves chocolate, and she passed it down to her younger sister and now she passed it down to her younger sister in KG. So fun to read over and over! Thank you Samia!
My niece loved this book.