Your children memorize the Asmaaullaahil Husnaa. Great! Alhamdulillah!
Do your children understand the meaning of it?
That is why this book is meant for them.
Be it you read it to them or they read it by themselves,
This book will give them an understanding of
Asmaaullaahil Husnaa and its meaning.
“An effective way of captivating the minds of the young ones through interesting stories that relates to them. A worthwhile read because children learn morals best through stories. Every story never fail to intrigue the reader, young or otherwise!“ – Umm Faruq & Umm Faris
“This collection of original and adapted stories is an important addition to a child’s treasury. The stories span the globe and touch on situations and places familiar to children. They invite readers—the child and adult—to think about life events that can bring a deeper understanding on Allah and Islam. The illustrations accompany the stories well. The placement of Quranic verses encourages reader to seek more knowledge in the Quran. Alhamdulillah.” – Nur-El-Hudaa Jaffar
“I was inspired to write these stories explaining Asmaullaahil Husnaa to young children after attending Sheikh Riad Ourzazi’s double weekend seminar called Valley of the Seekers, held on August 29, 2014, about the Asmaullaahil Husnaa. According to Sheikh Riad Ourzazi, we should call for Allah’s Names in our prayers as we focus in our heart on what we want from Allah; lnshaallah our prayers will be granted.
In addition, Sheikh Riad Ouarzazi’s book, Valley of the Seekers, lists the 99 names of Allah that he found in the Quran and Hadith during his research on the Names of Allah and it is this list that I use in the stories.
I wrote these stories with the hope that our young children can better understand the meaning of each name of the Asmaullaahil Husnaa, and they will develop stronger Tauhid, and not just memorizing the Asmaullaahil Husnaa songs alone.” – Haslinah Osman
In this Asmaaullaahil Husnaa Volume 1, there are 11 short stories with the following titles listed below:
This story is about an intelligent boy who was wondering about Allah’s Creation. One day, while his father and him were out building a tree house, he saw how majestic and magnificent the sky was. He learnt that the tree house had a wall to hold its roof. So, he looked at the sky and wondered where the wall to the sky was.
A touching story about Amirah who had an ailing father. She was so upset when he finally died and felt remorseful. Amirah was also worried about who would be taking care of her and her mother. However, Amirah’s mother assured her daughter that Allah the Most Loving would take care of them and advised her to pray for Allah’s mercy on her father.
Resolving peer pressure and conflicts? Here is a story about friendship and disputes. Firdaus and Zahid were good friends. However, one day, they had some misunderstanding and it escalated into a fight. After the fight, Firdaus felt upset as he was abandoned by his best friend and classmates. He then turned to his mother for comfort. Read on to find out what his mother’s advice was.
Have you ever experienced that relieved feeling upon escaping a near death situation? This story centered on Bushra who made a mistake. She pretended to be drowning while swimming in the deep sea. Her father was mad at her when he found out about her prank. In this story, Bushra discovered that Allah Hears her prayer by saving her life from being drowned.
When no one is around, Allah is always watching over us. This is the main theme in this story. It unfolded the secret of a boy who stole his friend’s things. One day, Allah sent his mother and teacher to guide him against his bad habits.
It was the school vacation and Ishaq visited his grandpa in the village. There he followed his grandpa to the sea to fish. While he was hoping to see many fishes in the net, there were only a few fish on the net instead. So he asked why were the fishes hiding?
Faisal enjoyed playing computer games. He was always trying to beat the monster in his game until he forgot to perform his solah. One day, he started to have bad dreams. In his bad dreams, he was attacked by the monsters. He was very scared and felt so lost. His father, Mr Hyder, advised him to read the three Qul surahs and to recite Ya Salaam to ask for Allah’s protection. Read the story to discover what happened after that.
This story is about Adam who had brilliant questions about the planets in the universe. He loved to listen to his teacher’s stories. One day, while learning and understanding about the universe, Adam was amazed at how the universe orbit in its order by itself. That led to an interesting discussion with his teacher in the classroom.
This story reminded us all about Firaun and Prophet Musa. It unfolded the history of King Firaun and his sorcerers. In the end, all his sorcerers were defeated by Prophet Musa. However, the focus of this story is about Allah as the highest and mightiest in Power of everything. Even though Firaun showed his power as a ruler in his kingdom, he could not overpower Allah the Magnificent and Mightiest.
Soo Chee was a Chinese girl who loved to swim in the river nearby her home. Usually the river was clean and the water tasted so pure. But one day, she had a nightmare about the river. She dreamt that the river was contaminated and had turned dirty as she was swimming it in. She felt that she almost drowned in the dirty river but her mother came to her rescue. As she woke up from her dream, she wondered if the river was still pure and clean or had turned dirty. Her mother comforted her and said that everything in this world would turn dirty or bad eventually except Allah. So Soo Chee and her mother put their hands together and prayed that Allah would keep the river clean and pure always.
Greed would bring one nowhere in this world or in the akhirah. Find out what happened to the elderly couple who were blessed with wealth. This story reminded us not to be greedy but to be grateful and thankful for what we have. We should be grateful to Allah for all His Blessings upon us.
This book is selling now at the price of S$25 per book
for all 11 stories in one book of Volume 1.
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