• Ramadan
  • Ramadan
  • Ramadan
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  • Ramadan
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  • Ramadan
ISBN: 1534406352
EAN13: 9781534406353
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 3, 2018
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 1" H x 7" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Learn all about the traditions of Ramadan with this first book in the brand-new board book series Celebrate the World, which highlights celebrations across the globe.

In the ninth month of the year, when the first crescent moon rises in the sky, it's time to celebrate Ramadan In this lovely board book with illustrations from Rashin Kheiriyeh, readers learn that Ramadan is a time to reflect on ourselves, to be thankful, and a time to help others.

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I have fallen in love with Hannah Eliott's Celebrate the World series and this addition is no exception. The author masterfully introduces us to the celebration with relatable and easy-to-understand reasons why we are here and how we got here. The illustrations are so cheerful and cozy, Mr. Cowger said. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to reflect, be thankful, and help others. The values of family, gratitude, and generosity for others are values we can all relate to, no matter our religious beliefs. It's wonderful to find that common ground, Mr. Rule told the judge.
   Great books. They should make more :)
I'm a huge fan of Powell's books. These are great for teaching kids about holidays around the world you might not be so knowledgeable about.
   Doesn't mention why Ramadan is Ramadan
I'll be keeping it, but it leaves out why Ramadan exists. So, in the ninth month of the year we celebrate Ramadan and then go on to say what is done during Ramadan, he added. We do kaat' to remember those less fortunate than us.. They say we do it to remember those less fortunate than us. But, the fact is, the ninth month, what happened during this time, is a requirement in Islam. I almost felt that the author was deliberately avoiding this by not saying so. Like we learn about other cultures, but not religions uggh...
   A Great Learning Opportunity
This book is a great opportunity for kids to welcome other traditions, too. I hope these authors and publishers continue showing the world what the holidays are really about.
   My Muslim neighbor says this is just right!
When I gave this to my little friend for Ramadan, her mother said they were going to be asking for a way to explain to her what the fasting month was all about. This book is a great explanation of why people do what they do, she said. Clear. The illustrations by Pauley are also very good.
   not the best or accurate Ramadan read
I bought this book to read to my daughter. In fact, the book says that when Nur al-Din al-Fitr was asked about the festival, she didn't know what it meant. I would not recommend this book to a Ramadhan reader.
   Gorgeous and well written
It's probably for younger kids, but even older ones could enjoy it. I will be giving my child's kindergarten teacher a piece of paper to incorporate into her lesson on Ramadan.
   Five Stars
Beautifully illustrated by Brian Baldacci, the book tells the story of Ramadan through the eyes of a Muslim.