Moon's Ramadan by Natasha Khan Kazi

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Moon smiles down on Earth and observes different countries celebrating Ramadan until her crescent tinkle triggers the start of Eid.

With radiant and welcoming art, this debut picture book and modern holiday classic captures the magic and meaning of one of the world's most joyful and important celebrations.

It's Ramadan, the month of peace, and Moon watches over Ramadan traditions with excitement and longing in this sweetly illustrated debut.

In Egypt, India, Argentina and the United Arab Emirates, in Somalia, New Zealand and Indonesia, in Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States, children and their families do good deeds in honor of those who have less.

Cleverly blending glimpses of different countries' celebrations with the corresponding phases of the moon, Moon's Ramadan makes Ramadan, one of the world's most widely celebrated traditions, accessible and exciting for all readers. Includes robust and easy-to-understand back matter.

Natasha Khan Kazi is an author-illustrator who draws from her first-generation immigrant experience (pun intended!). Natasha has a background in digital marketing, which she has put to good use in sharing her art with the world through her blog, IslamiMommy. She is an active member of SCBWI, 12x12 Challenge, Storyteller Academy, and an author/illustrator critique group, which inspires her to write and illustrate every day. Natasha currently lives in Los Angeles with her family of picture book readers.