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A funny and imaginative story about a Muslim girl escaping her comfort zone and going on a (yummy) adventure!
From the moment Alana could eat solid foods as a toddler, she has loved bananas. No other food will do! Her parents try to convince her that being healthy means eating all sorts of different foods, but Alana won't listen!
When a terrible storm hits the banana crops and destroys them, how will Alana survive?
Recommended For Ages 4+
Book Review by Lulu Alam
"My daughter has a soft spot for Alana as her best friend is also named Alana. Don't you love books that help you get your kids to eat a larger variety of foods? I love the lessons in this book and Alana is so endearing! And yes we save the banana skins for composting, did you know the inside of the skin great to stop the itchiness of mosquito bites"
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"This is my son's all time favourite book. We have quite a few books from this website and we enjoy all them Alhamdulillah. But he still asks to read this one over and over again no matter how many other great stories we read. Masha'Allah. It's a funny story about a girl who learns to eat different foods the hard way. We've managed to instil in our son the fun of trying different foods alhamdulillah. Always a great fun read."
Title: Alana's Bananas
Author: Mariam Hussein
Illustrator: Saima Riaz
Publisher: Ruqaya's Bookshelf - Canada
Size: 21.6 cm x 27.9 cm
Recommended Age Group: 4 years and above
Edition Number: 1st
Year Of Publication: 2017
Weight: 0.19 kg