Don’t Forget To Say Bismillah

Darussalam Islamic Bookshop Australia

$35.00 
SKU: 01218

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A simple story about a young muslim family and how they use basic Dua’s in their everyday life. The story shows how the youngest member of the family, Safiyya, learns to say her first arabic words simply by listening to those around her.

This is one book I got some time ago and although I mentioned it in my 5 books for Muslim Children roundup I never got round to doing a proper review.The illustrations are simple but colourful. They are eye catching for a 3 year old.

This is one book I got some time ago and although I mentioned it in my 5 books for Muslim Children roundup I never got round to doing a proper review.

Bee loves this one, which is mainly due to the fact that it is not simply a book but is a book with sound. She has read it so much that she has actually managed to rip put the pages of the book from the cover! And that would be my only criticism, that it could have done with being a bit more sturdy for over zealous kids.

The story itself is about a muslim family going about their daily life; getting ready for school, starting nursery and bumping into friends at the supermarket. Reminders to say Bismillah are incorporated into the story line.

Many arabic words are used such as Al-Hamdulillah, MAsha’Allah and SubhanAllah. What makes it more interesting for the children is that they can press the buttons to hear the words pronounciation. In addition to this, children can also hear the English translation so they can understand what the Arabic words mean.

The illustrations are simple but colourful. They are eye catching for a 3 year old.

A simple story about a young muslim family and how they use basic Dua’s in their everyday life. The story shows how the youngest member of the family, Safiyya, learns to say her first arabic words simply by listening to those around her.

This is one book I got some time ago and although I mentioned it in my 5 books for Muslim Children roundup I never got round to doing a proper review.The illustrations are simple but colourful. They are eye catching for a 3 year old.