An Olympic fencer, activist, and Time”100 Most Influential People” honoree Ibtihaj Muhamma, shares an all American inspiring story of faith, family, hard work, determination, and self-reliance
The Grand Mosque of Paris: a Story of How Muslims Rescued Jews during the Holocaust, Karen Gray Ruelle and Deborah Durland DeSaix
Illustrated story from the Nazi occupation of Paris during World War II, when Jews and their families found refuge in the Grand Mosque of Paris complex, where they were protected along with escaped prisoners of war and other groups under persecution or pursuit, including children.
Picture book for ages 6 and up about the Syrian civil war and the refugee families that resulted. A much-awarded book with author/illustrator images of great beauty featuring a boy’s attachment to the birds of his memory and his healing process toward hope.
Biography of Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad for middle elementary level readers, aligned to Common Core standards, with photographic illustrations.
Story of Malala Yousafzai, Pakistani education activist who survived an attack and went on to global renown as a champion for girls’ education.
Story of fencing champion Ibtijaj Muhammad and her struggle as a woman and a Muslim in the high-powered world of Olympic-level competition.
Children’s picture book about the Ramadan fast, featuring a common situation in which a girl tries to navigate social situations involving food while attempting to keep the Ramadan fast.
Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors, Hena Khan (author), Mehrdokht Amini (illustrator)
Beautiful picture book featuring aspects of Islamic tradition, civilization and culture, architecture, and Islamic art in order to illustrate colors.
Children’s picture book at an early elementary level with simple text and illustrations
Children’s picture/board book on the Islamic holiday of Ramadan, especially foods and colorful aspects of celebration, featuring the beloved character Curious George for very early readers.