Who: Siraj Mowjood (Author)

What: The Boy and the Owl, book for 5-7 year olds.

Features: 24 pages, English

In this childrens tale, a wise owl explains some of the deeper aspects of the Islamic belief. This story focuses on the part of a poem written by the famous Shaykh Muhammad b. Jafar al-Kattani that deals with how we can know anything about God. It describes 13 essential attributes, in a way a child can understand: God has speech, power, hearing, sight, will, and knowledge and is attributed with life. 

More information here – Siraj Mowjood

 

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Sumaira Zaheer holds a business degree from the University of Alberta, with a major in Strategic Management and Organization. Currently, she writes about her experiences as a Canadian born mother of three children on her blog, www.TheMuslimahMommy.com; Sumaira has always been a story writer and storyteller and loves to share her creative writing with others through her blog. Her motto in life is peace, positivity, and prayer; and she also believes that chocolate is the solution to most problems in life.

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