Weight (each book): 90 gms
Dimension (each book): A5 (5.5 by 7.5 inches)
Age group: 8 to 12 years
This pack contains two Islamic fiction paperback novels.
Zayd & Musa series aims to connect children to the Quran in a practical yet engaging way. The Trouble with Ice Cream weaves the concept of Taqwa around a humorous story for children of 8 to 12 years and The Trouble with School does the same with the concept of Halal money.
Author: Hafsa Ahsan
Illustrators: Yusra binte Absar Kazmi & Urooj Khan
Layout: Erum Durrani & Absar Kazmi
Publisher: Hiba – Family Resource Centre
Pages (each book): 68
Islamic fiction paperback novels that are fun yet meaningful
About The Trouble with School
Nine-year-old Musa thinks money makes the world go round. He has a brilliant idea to earn some (totally Halal) money. But his friends at school think he has cracked the joke of the century! Can Musa (with or without his twin brother Zayd) convince them otherwise?
About The Trouble with Ice Cream
Nine-year-old twins Zayd & Musa are in a pickle. Every time their parents treat them to ice cream, they also break some bad news to them! Will Zayd & Musa ever be able to really enjoy ice cream? Or keep shaking in their shoes, bracing themselves for the next misfortune to come their way?
Zayd & Musa series aims to connect children to the Quran in a practical yet engaging way.
A note for parents from the author
I originally titled this series “Living the Quran with Zayd & Musa”. My aim was to weave a story – a humourous story that children could enjoy and relate to – around the concepts that our beautiful Deen teaches us in the Quran.
While the children enjoy the shenanigans of Zayd and Musa, they also learn some important concepts taught in the Quran.
The storyline is humourous and engaging so as to not become overly preachy for children.
Feedback is welcome!
You are welcome to share your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org and help us improve the series. May Allah accept this humble endeavour. Ameen.
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