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My Deen Magazine

๐Ÿ“š BOOK REVIEW ๐Ÿ“š Title: My Deen Magazine Publisher: My Deen Magazine Team @mydeen_magazine Type: Monthly Magazine Subscription for Kids Age: 2-4, 5-7 Rating: 10/10 ๐ŸŒŸ ๐ŸŒธ Islamic Content: 99 Names of Allah, Forgiveness & Mercy ๐ŸŒธ Concerns: Qur'anic ayat included so must take great care ๐ŸŒธ Summary: My Deen Magazine is a monthly subscription informative/activity magazine for kids. Their magazines are separated into three age groups; ages 2-4, ages 5-7 and ages 8-11. Every month a different theme is chosen to teach the child the topic in detail. This month's topic is part one of four relating to the 99 names of Allah (swt) which is Forgiveness and Mercy. It covers a lot of material around the following four names of Allah; Al-Rahman, Al-Raheem, Al-Ghaffar and Al-Ghafuur. Each definition is thoroughly explained and what they mean to us. There is a lot of focus on forgiveness here; highlighting the lack-of-perfection in us; making mistakes and sins, which essentially means we must be ready to forgive ourselves and others just like Allah (swt) is always ready to forgive us. ๐ŸŒธ Lessons: MashaAllah this is such a beneficial subscription for our kids. It is filled with information that is age appropriate for their targeted range. The activities are directly linked to the topic that is being discussed which results to a deepened emphasis on the theme. I love that they have integrated both Arabic and English in their activities. Due to the ages of my kids, I received 2-4 magazine and 5-7. Essentially, each one is a mirror of the other however one is more elaborate in those topics over the other simplified version. Each book includes a letter to the parents regarding the contents. I really appreciate the disclaimer indicating that there are Qur'anic verses and it should be disposed properly. Personally, I find the information in the magazines quite useful and beneficial thus I would want to keep them so that we can always re-read with my kids. My youngest is almost 3, and although her magazine is much simpler, I find it to be slightly advanced for her. However, I don't mind since I know I can go back to it over time.

When the kids are finished with their activities, they can take pictures of the indicated pages and submit them for a prize. It's nice to see that they want to engage and connect with their readers. Last month's winners are shown on the last page. They ship each child's magazine separately addressing them individually to give it more of a personal touch. My kids loved the idea of receiving their own personal mail. Overall, I was quite impressed with the quality and presentation. This would definitely be recommended for personal use. ๐ŸŒธ Available: #mydeenmagazine #monthlyislamicmagazine #forgivenessandmercy #muslimkidsbooks #islamickidsbooks #muslimauthor #muslimkidslit #raisingmuslimreaders

Dec 16/2019

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