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Discover Ramadan: Best 10 Ramadan Books for Young Readers

Muslims all over the world observe Ramadan. Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. It is a special time for spiritual reflection, fasting, prayer, and community. For families observing Ramadan, it’s an opportunity to teach children about the significance of this sacred month and its traditions. One effective way to educate and engage children during Ramadan is through books tailored to their age and understanding. 

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Here is the list of Best 10 Ramadan Books for Children –

1. Ramadan: The Month of Shukr

By Sidra Hashmani (Tertib Publishing)

Reading age : 2 to 6 years

2. Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors (A Muslim Book Of Concepts)

By Hena Khan and Mehrdokht Amini(Chronicle Books)

Reading age : 2 to 4 years

3. It’s Ramadan, Curious George

By H. A. Rey and Hena Khan (Clarion Books)

Reading age : 2 to 6 years

4. Other Words for Home

By Jasmine Warga (Balzer + Bray)

Reading age : 4 to 7 years

5. Moon’s Ramadan

by Natasha Khan Kazi (Author, Illustrator)

Reading age : 4 to 8 years

6. My First Ramadan (My First Holiday)

by Karen Katz

Reading age : 2 to 4 years

7. Celebrate Ramadan

by Hannah Eliot (Author), Rashin Kheiriyeh (Illustrator)

Reading age : 2 to 4 years

8. Hannah and the Ramadan Gift 

by Qasim Rashid (Author), Aaliya Jaleel (Illustrator)

Reading age : 3 to 7 years

9. Tell me more about Ramadan

by Bachar Karroum (Author), Tanja Varcelija

Reading age : 3 to 8 years

10. The Gift of Ramadan

by Rabiah York Lumbard (Author), Laura K. Horton

Reading age : 5 to 6 years

These Top 10 Ramadan books for children offer valuable insights into the traditions, rituals, and significance of the holiest month in Islam. Whether through delightful stories, vibrant illustrations, or informative texts, these books provide engaging ways for children to learn about and celebrate Ramadan. By sharing these books with young readers, families can foster understanding, empathy, and appreciation for the diversity of Muslim culture and traditions.

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