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Black-Led Muslim Books


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All of this week, I have been listening and learning and I will continue to listen.


Raising anti-racist kids starts at home.


What does your child's bookshelf look like?


I, along with other fellow Muslim bloggers and authors, have compiled our own lists of Muslim Kid Lit representing Black Muslim families.


Two things I came to realize:

1 - We need more Black stories in Muslim Kid Lit.

2 - I need to do better and add more of them in my bookshelf, inshaAllah.


Bismillah Soup by Asmaa Hussein @ruqayas.bookshelf

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Basirah the Basketballer Says InshaAllah by Hafsah Dabiri @hafsahdabiri

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Bibi's Blessing by Lela Usama Goldsmith @lelagoldsmith

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One Hundred Flavours of Ice Cream by Sumayyah Hussein @hussein.sumayyah

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Muhiima's Quest by Rahma Rodaah @rahmarodaah

Little Brother for Sale by Rahma Rodaah

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Hind's Hands by Umm Juwayriyah & Juwayriyah Ayed @authorummjuwayriyah

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Same & Different by Ayaan Adan @samendifferent

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Ramadan Around the World by Ndaa Hassan @ramadanaroundtheworld

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Mommy's Khimar by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow @authorjamilah

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Proudest Blue by Ibtihaj Muhammed @ibtihajmuhammad & S.K. Ali @skalibooks

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Sadiq Series by Siman Nuurali @simannuurali

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She Wore Red Teainers by Na'ima b. Robert @naimabrobert

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My Kufi by Adil Ismaeel @mykufibook

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How Much does Allah Love Me? By Heba Subeh-Hyder @maymunahsmusings

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The Muslim Series by Ahmad Phillips @philz.draws


Follow the hashtag to see more books!


May 31/2020

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