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Back In Stock - My First Thousand Words From The Quran: Sticker Book

Back In Stock - My First Thousand Words From The Quran: Sticker Book

My First Thousand Words From The Quran: Sticker Book' is now back in stock at Tadabbur Books!

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My First Thousand Words From The Quran: Sticker Book is a book for children of all ages. The book aims to teach vocabulary of Quran in a fun, interesting and exciting way. Quranic vocabulary is illustrated though vibrant pictures and colourful scenes, with lots to discover and talk about. Over 30 varied classroom activities and games are included that teachers and parents can use to make the class more interesting and fun.

Peel off/on stickers encourage children to match correct words to ensure effective vocabulary building and allow children to reuse them if they did not get it right the first time.

April 12, 2020
Back In Stock - 'My First Wudu Book: Colour Changing Baby Bath Book'

Back In Stock - 'My First Wudu Book: Colour Changing Baby Bath Book'

My First Wudu Book: Colour Changing Baby Bath Book' is now back in stock at Tadabbur Books!

Grab your copy before it runs out!

This is a colour changing bath book, which aims to truly captivate and educate young hearts on the order of washing basic body parts for wudu. Parents will also enjoy teaching children the names of body parts in this interactive and fun way to learn all about wudu through play. Learning about wudu in a fun way, you'll not only teach your little ones about salah, but you’ll also help them build a foundation of love for salah.

April 12, 2020

Inspiration Behind Us

The name Tadabbur Books of our Islamic bookstore is inspired by the command to do Tadabbur (ponder deeply) upon the Quran

أَفَلَا يَتَدَبَّرُونَ الْقُرْآنَ أَمْ عَلَىٰ قُلُوبٍ أَقْفَالُهَا
"Will they not, then, reflect upon 'the admonitions of' the Quran? Or is it rather, that on some hearts there are their own locks?" [Surah Muhammad 47:24 - Gracious Quran Translation by Dr. Ahmad Zaki Hammad]

The attached pronoun ‘haa’ on the word 'aqfaal' and this pronoun means ‘hers‘, or in this case, ‘its‘. So the verse actually becomes: “…are there upon the hearts, 'its' locks?” If we re-read the verse, taking this particle ‘haa’ into consideration, a greater picture will emerge for : that every heart has a lock and those who cannot reflect or ponder over the Quran have fallen into a state where the locks of their hearts are closed.

Contemplation of Quran is what breaks these locks and sets the hearts free. We can bring many a key to open our locked hearts but only one key has been designed to break the locks of our hearts. May Allah open up His Book for us and grant us insight into its deep meanings.