A Hen in the Wardrobe By Wendy Meddour                            Frances Lincoln Children’s Books   “All’s well that ends well” in Wendy Meddour’s “A Hen in the Wardrobe”, a comical piece that will fill the hearts of both young and old. The Author takes us through the life of Mr Ramadan, an Algerian Berber living in England. […]

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TURNING the TIDE REAWAKENING THE WOMAN’S HEART AND SOUL By SUMA DIN                                        THE ISLAMIC FOUNDATION   “Turning the tide” is a compendium of a woman’s journey events from conception to death written by Suma Din. Suma Din is an author of educational titles for the school sector. Her titles take a fresh look at faith for […]

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Secrets OF THE HENNA GIRL. By: SUFIYA AHMED                                                        PUFFIN BOOKS   From Sufiya Ahmed the author of the Zahra series comes yet another mind blowing title, “Secrets of the henna girl” a book that I totally enjoyed. The book is written in the first person and with its setting in the UK and Pakistan, the author […]

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                                     The opening of Umm Zakiyyah’s trilogy is intriguing.   “I’m tired of this!” Tamika kicked her dormitory room door in disgust. Her roommate’s clothes were thrown carelessly about the room. A pair of shorts still lay untouched on her roommate’s desk. They had been there for two days already. […]

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               Muslim Teens in Pitfalls and Pranks By Maryam Mahmoodian                                 Muslim Writers Publishing “Muslim Teens in Pitfalls and Pranks” by Maryam Mahmoodian is two weeks in the lives of five teenagers. It focuses on the events that happen to these five characters and how those events change their lives. The characters are Elham, Nur, Khalid, Ibrahim […]

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                             From Somalia with Love By Na’ima B. Robert                            Frances Lincoln Children’s Books The opening sentence of Na’ima B. Robert’s novel is captivating. “Last weekend Hoyo, my mum, gave me the best news ever and the most shocking news ever”. This very first sentence invites the reader into the world of the character Safia and […]

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                     Realities of Submission By Umm Zakiyyah                           (Al-Walaa Publishing)   After reading her trilogy(If I should speak, A Voice and Footsteps), I knew that Umm Zakiyyah is a writer to look out for. Her style and content of work is phenomenal. Realities of Submission is about some  of the character's journey to their natural religion […]

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Love in a Headscarf Muslim woman seeks the One  By Shelina Zahra Janmohamed                             Aurum Press   “Love in a Headscarf” is an interesting book. It is a non-fiction and explains what Shelina Zahra Janmohamed goes through before she founds the One. This story is about how the author found herself, her faith, and her love, […]

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