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Book Review: Eid Breakfast at Abuela’s

“Eid Breakfast at Abuela’s” book 1 in the Trilingual Sofia book series brings a multicultural journey to the family. The book observes common Eid traditions, as well as Mexican-American ones. Join Sofia and her parents who spend Eid – the Islamic holiday – with her Mexican grandmother, who is not Muslim but chooses to throw

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Book Review: The Pioneer Series Ibn Battuta

The PIONEER SERIES is intended to nurture courage, confidence and love of knowledge in young minds through stories on great and diverse individuals that transformed the world through their wisdom, inventions, discoveries and exploration.   Ibn Battuta was a great world traveler. During the 14th century, he traveled to over 40 modern day countries experiencing

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Mel: And His Trouble With One Thousand Shoes — A Review by Papatia

Summary: “And do not walk on the earth proudly…”  Quran 17 : 37  Mel the millipede collected one thousand shoes. They were his prized jewels. He wore them and walked around with his head held high. He looked proud and arrogant as he passed by. The other bugs warned him of his obsession. Snail told him that humbleness

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Eid Card Ideas

If you told me last Eid Al Adha that I would be spending this one in the midst of a pandemic, I would have been in disbelief and yet here we are, going into the second Eid of the year in isolation. There are still things we can do to celebrate Eid and to make

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Omar & Hana App Review

We have been extra lucky to review the brand new Omar & Hana app and we would like to share with you how awesome it is! The app is available to download on the google play store and the app store. Google play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digitaldurian.omarhana Apple store: https://apps.apple.com/app/id1503903788 The Omar & Hana app has an abundance of

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