Summary:
All of the books in the Perfecting the Pillars Series introduce you to a Muslim family seeking to learn more about one of the Five Pillars of Islaam. In this first book of the series, your child will be introduced to Muhammad and Maryam, five-year-old twins, who want to learn about Tawheed (belief in the unique oneness of Allah). Their mom and dad get them started by teaching short lessons about how Allah is the creator of everything (Tawheed Ar-Rooboobeeyyah) and how Allah is the only one we should worship (Tawheed Al-Ooloohiyyah); two of the three parts of Tawheed.

A starry sky at bedtime, a springtime walk in the arboretum, a trip to the beach on a hot summer day, Sr. Haleema's cookies in Qur'aan class, and even going on a garden bug hunt with their cousins, Amal and Khadijah, are all opportunities to learn more about Allah and Tawheed. 

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Book Features:

  • Qur’aan and Hadith references
  • Highlighted vocabulary
  • Review sections
  • Illustrations (no animals/humans)
  • Glossary of Arabic terms

 

Muhammad & Maryam Part 1: Tawheed

$29.95Price
  • Page Count: 150
    Trim Size: 8” x 10”
    Color: Full Color
    Recommended for KG-1st Grade
    (KG-1st Grade as a read along with an adult.)

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