Children’s picture book on Islamic holidays as celebrated in India, from a series about various religions in India and their cultural practices.
From Rukhsana Khan, “Books about Muslims for Students,” Reproduced by permission of the author from www.rukhsanakhan.com. Rukhsana Khan is the author of seven books for children and young adults. Her complete book list can be found on her online article.
Description of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting and its celebration.
One of a set of books by various authors that introduce the major world religions in a simple, well-illustrated format. What Do We Know About Christianity; What Do We Know About Judaism; What Do We Know About Islam; What Do We Know About Hinduism; What Do We Know About Buddhism; and other titles on historical periods and cultures. New York: Peter Bedrick Books, various copyrights.
A detailed guide to Islam as one of the series of DK books on world religions.
A beautifully and simply illustrated, true story of the woman who, with members of her community, saved books during the Iraq war.
Barnard, Bryn, The Genius of Islam: How Muslims Made the Modern World, Knopf Books for Young Readers, 2013.
Descriptions of inventions and scientific advances that came from and through Muslim lands from medieval to modern times. A rich resource for cross-over lessons on science, technology and culture.
A collection of book award winners on South Asia selected by experts for various grade levels.
An intriguing look at the life of famous Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta.
A biography of the famous boxer.