By Al-Huseini Sha’ban Al-Mahdi, International Islamic Publishing House, Paperback, 80 pages
A beautifully told illustrated collection of true stories from the Qur’an about some of the most common animals, with which children and adults will be able to readily relate.
Told using encapsulating incidents in the history of Islam, this little book helps us to identify the role of many different beings in Allah’s creation that have contributed to the spread and implementation of the beautiful religion of Islam. For the first time, animals including elephants, dogs, ants, bees, and crows take on voices of their own, depicting their significant existence and the role Allah has planned for them in this life; from helping bring news to a prophet to being a companion to the God-fearing, and from teaching the sinner how to bury the first dead body on earth to producing antidotes to illnesses.
Suitable for children aged 7 – 12.
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