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The Meaning of the Holy Qur'an for Kids : A Textbook for School Children : Juz Amma (Part 30) (Yahiya Emerick)

The Meaning of the Holy Qur'an for Kids : A Textbook for School Children : Juz Amma (Part 30) (Yahiya Emerick)

The Meaning of the Holy Qur'an for Kids : A Textbook for School Children : Juz Amma (Part 30) (Yahiya Emerick)
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ISBN: 9781456545222
Author: Yahiya Emerick (translator); Patricia Meehan (illustrator)
Publisher: Amirah Publishing Co. (2011)
Pages: 174 Binding: Paperback

Description from the publisher:

This book is a textbook for learning the basic concepts of the last 37 chapters of the Holy Quran.

It has the full translation of each chapter, or surah, along with engaging review questions and actives. Every chapter is also introduced with a brief summary of its contents or a story that illustrates how it comes to be revealed.

Each chapter also includes the full transliteration of the original Arabic text so that young students may memorize the meaning in Arabic. There is no actual Arabic text in this book given that it is meant to be disposable and we must respect the original text in the way it was meant to be honored.

This book is perfect for home schooling, weekend schools and full-time schools. It is meant for grades 3-6, but can benefit and delight any school age child. This book can help you to unlock the wonder and relevance of the holy book of Islam to young students who are eager to take an active role in their education.