Stories of the Prophets : Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa, Eesa - 5 books setSold Out
The Biggest (and Easiest) Secret Behind Raising Successful Children
Do you want your child to live a life full of happiness, fulfilment and prosperity, both in this world and the next? Do you know what truly successful children all have in common?
They all follow the examples of great people that came before them. People that mastered the art of living a life of fulfilment in this world while maximising their rewards in the hereafter.
They were the Prophets of Allah.
The Prophets sent by Allah are the finest role models for all of mankind throughout time, and not least in the times we live in today.
If you show your child the best of examples in human history, in a way that captivates their heart and mind, they'll be on a sure path to that goal.
This Stories of the Prophets books set by Learning Roots is a collection that is designed to not just present the legends but also inspire and engage your child with their great achievements.
This set includes the stories of the following five Prophets:
- 'Eesa (may peace be upon them all)
Each book contains:
- The main stories of each Prophet written in simple language and broken down into short chapters making it easy for your child to read and understand.
Reflection points in the middle of the stories encouraging your child to think about the lessons learnt from the Prophet's life.
- A list of highlighted keywords used in each chapter so your child can grow their vocabulary.
Graded exercises that explore your child's understanding of each chapter.
- A learning map so your child can see where each story fits in the bigger picture.
- Colourful, bright and delightful illustrations throughout that make the story a journey never to be forgotten
The books contain stories suitable for children aged 4+ and can be read independently by children aged 6+.
This set of five books has been used by thousands of parents and teachers worldwide with tremendous feedback and results.
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Book Review by A. Patel (Learning Roots Customer)
Best Islamic Books ever purchased
"The language is simple enough for children to understand and read them selves. The stories have questions at mid and at the end of the story to reinforce the important points and events. My 4 year old happily sits and listens and really enjoys the books. My seven year old can easily read the books himself. We read these books together as a family activity and discuss the sections and retell the story to make sure we all understand. We love these books, thank you Learning Roots. I definitely recommend these books."
Book Review by Mansurah (Learning Roots Customer)
An absolute necessity for any parent who wants to instill islamic education in their child
"The children I've worked with love the books, and I recommend it to every household.
I have bought 'stories of the prophets' books several times because I love to see the excitement, anticipation and delight on childrens faces when i read it to them. I've almost memorised the whole book myself! (its that great)
The author has captured the elements of engaging young children! (which i think many other islamic childrens books fail to do)
He does this by using repetition, rhyme and child friendly language.
It is nicely illustrated with vivid colours and images that are kept within the boundaries of islam.
I commend the author and his works mashaAllah. His works are inspirational, and I hope that he continues to benefit our children and islamic education. He also has many other works that are worth checking out mashaAllah. may Allah be Pleased with him. ameen."
Book Review by S. Espelien (Amazon Customer)Great for 2-10 yrs old!
"I purchased this for my 4 year old, assuming it was just a story book. I was surprised to find out there are questions and activities sprinkled throughout the book as well. While those activities are beyond what my 4 year old is capable of currently, I like that the book can grow with her.
The books are extremely well done in their imagery and composition. The story itself is broken up into small chunks on each page, small enough to keep my 2 year old's attention, and still it gives lots of details for my kids to learn the stories of those who came before us. I'm really excited that this set will grow with my kids for years and year. I'm glad it came in hardback for that purpose. "
Title: Stories of the Prophets : Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa, Eesa (5 books set)
Publisher: Learning Roots - UK
Recommended Age Group: 4 - 7 years
Size: 19.0 cm x 24.6 cm
Edition Number: 2nd
Year Of Publication: 2011
Weight: 2.05 kg