A young orphan named Ibraheem is intrigued when he discovers that his great-grandfather, Abdul-Aziz, has made a series of paintings of the names of Allah. Join him as his grandmother, Imaan, teaches him about the Asmaa' Ul-Husnaa through lessons from the Qur'aan and Sunnah. Along the way, meet his best friend, Saud, and his playful pet tabby cat, Bundook!
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- Qur’aan and Hadith references
- Highlighted vocabulary
- Review sections
- Illustrations (no animals/humans)
- Glossary of Arabic terms
*For those needing assistance with pronunciation of the names of Allah, we offer a free online interactive Qur'aan & Arabic Teacher (Level A) on our Free Resources page that can be used with this set.
Ibraheem & Imaan Part 1: Names of Allah 1-20
Page Count: 127
Trim Size: 8” x 10”
Color: Full Color
Recommended for KG-5th Grade
(KG-2nd Grade as a read along with an adult, 3rd-5th Grade for independent study.)
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, ”Allah has 99 names, 100 minus one, and whoever ‘ahsahu’ (i.e., enumerated, believes in, ponders, worships, supplicates, and acts according to belief in them) will enter paradise; Allah is ‘witr’ (odd in number) and He loves the ‘witr’ (odd-numbered items, such as the 99 names)." -(Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim)