5 Pillars of Islam Bundle

5 Pillars of Islam Bundle
5 Pillars of Islam Bundle

5 Pillars of Islam Bundle



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Books that teach children why Muslims believe in what we believe. 

The five pillars of Islam are the actions that all Muslims must believe in and complete. Learning the Pillars of Islam doesn't have to be boring- we owe it to our children to make practicing the Deen fun and exciting!. With the My Muslim Beliefs bundle, you can bring Amin, Shirley, Asad, and the rest of the Maple Grove gang to your home to teach your child about the five pillars of Islam! 

The exciting, colorful, and engaging books in this bundle are filled with super relatable and thought provoking stories and activities that will become your child's favorite storytime companion, and source of knowledge about the core of every Muslim's faith. 

  • Fun and colorful characters (who are learning about the 5 pillars of Islam!) that every child will relate to and love
  • Engaging and relatable storylines of day to day events in the life of Muslim children looking to practice Islam in a complete manner 
  • Exciting activities to reinforce the Pillars of Islam such as crossword puzzles, coloring pages, and even activities like recipes and more than you can complete at home! 
  • Integrated, related Quranic ayat, Hadith, and Prophet stories teaching how to practice the Pillars of Islam 

Here's what you'll get:

4-Book Bundle

  1. Noor Kids Go to Hajj
  2. Making our Way to Makkah
  3. Fiercest Frenemies
  4. The Book of Guidance

12-Book Bundle

In addition to the books in the 4-book bundle, you'll get:

  1. Hungry for Halal
  2. Muslim Mastermind
  3. The Month of Mercy
  4. You are what you eat
  5. Squeaky Clean
  6. The Miraculous Message
  7. Hidden Treasure
  8. Strong Muslim

Noor Kids is leading a renaissance in the Islamic upbringing of children. One where faith is cultivated through friendship with our Creator, and not just fear. Where Islam resides in good character, and not just God-inspired memorization. Where children are inspired to believe, and not just forced to obey.