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The Beautiful Names of Allah (vol.1) by Umm Inaayah


📚 The Beautiful Names of Allah (vol. 1) 📚

Author: Umm Inaayah

Illustrator: M. Mahjab

Publisher: Fitrah Beginnings @fitrah_beginnings

Age: 3-7

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Islamic Content: The names of Allah

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Concerns: None

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Summary:

This is the first volume in the Names of Allah instalment. It includes: Al-Kabir (The Most Great), Al-Hameed (The Praiseworthy), Al-Malik (The King), Al-Ghafoor (The Oft-Forgiving), Al-Tawaab (The Acceptor of Repentance), Al-Khaaliq (The Creator), Al-Musawwir (The Bestower of forms), As-Samee' (The All Hearing), Ash-Shaakir (The Appreciative), Ar-Razzaq (The Provider), Ar-Rahman (The Most Merciful), Ar-Raheem (The Extremely Merciful)

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Review:

This book is a gentle introduction to some of the beautiful names of Allah, the Almighty. The author used as reference the book 'The Explanation to the Beautiful and Perfect Names of Allah by Shaykh Abdur Rahman Nasir as-Sa'di. Furthermore, this book has been reviewed before publication. As a Muslim children's book reviewer, and more importantly as a parent when I see that book have been vetted for accuracy and authenticity, this instills trust in the content the book provides. The layout straight forward with two-page spread dedicated dedicated to each name. The left side has a fun verse that offers easy approach to understanding the name on right. The name is stated in Arabic, transliteration as well as the translation/meaning. Sometimes those verses rhyme, others don't, which takes getting used to. Although the illustrations are faceless, they are bold and eye-catching. For the sake of consistency, I wish the text/font size was the same throughout the book. Review:

This book is a gentle introduction to some of the beautiful names of Allah, the Almighty. The author used as reference the book 'The Explanation to the Beautiful and Perfect Names of Allah by Shaykh Abdur Rahman Nasir as-Sa'di. Furthermore, this book has been reviewed before publication. As a Muslim children's book reviewer, and more importantly as a parent when I see that book have been vetted for accuracy and authenticity, this instills trust in the content the book provides. The layout straight forward with two-page spread dedicated dedicated to each name. The left side has a fun verse that offers easy approach to understanding the name on right. The name is stated in Arabic, transliteration as well as the translation/meaning. Sometimes those verses rhyme, others don't, which takes getting used to. Although the illustrations are faceless, they are bold and eye-catching. For the sake of consistency, I wish the text/font size was the same throughout the book. Otherwise, a great way to introduce the names of Allah (swt) for little Muslims. Volume 2 is released as well so I am looking forward to get both copies to add to our masjid library.

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