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Islamic Festivals (Celebrate) ePub download

by Khadijah Knight

  • Author: Khadijah Knight
  • ISBN: 0431069646
  • ISBN13: 978-0431069647
  • ePub: 1695 kb | FB2: 1432 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree (June 1, 1997)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 385
  • Format: doc mobi lrf lrf
Islamic Festivals (Celebrate) ePub download

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A colourful look at festivals in the Islamic religionFacts, photos and a delicious festival recipe to makePlenty of examples from the UK and around the .

A colourful look at festivals in the Islamic religionFacts, photos and a delicious festival recipe to makePlenty of examples from the UK and around the worldAn appealing and simple way to explore a major faith. A book full of facts – plus a tasty treat to make! What do Muslims believe? What special days do they celebrate? How and why do they celebrate them? This colourful book looks at major religious and family days in the Islamic calendar, answering all your questions about them. You’ll look at examples of Muslim festivals in the UK and around the world, and learn what people do, wear and eat as they celebrate.

Book's title: Islamic festivals Khadijah Knight. Library of Congress Control Number: 96053257 /AC/r97. Varying Form of Title: Celebrate Islamic festivals. Publication, Distribution, etc. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0431069646 (lib. bd. :, . 5. Publication, Distribution, et. Crystal Lake, IL.

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Celebrate Islamic Festivals by Khadijah Knight ISBN 0 43106955 . Read pages 42 and 43 from Celebrate Islamic Festivals by Khadijah Knight

Celebrate Islamic Festivals by Khadijah Knight ISBN 0 43106955 7. Show pupils the picture of Fatimah putting money into her Sadaqah box on page. 34 of ‘Celebrate Islamic Festivals’. Read pages 42 and 43 from Celebrate Islamic Festivals by Khadijah Knight. The boy in the picture is Husain, one of the children studied in the unit. Look at page 20 of ‘Abu Lives in Kenya’ to see how important his mosque is in his daily life. Using the internet and/or books, working in groups pupils should find an example of a mosque from each of the countries and feed back their information to the class. What features do these mosques have in common? Are there any differences?

CELEBRATE FESTIVALS series. Islamic Festivals would have benefited from a closer checking to ensure a descriptive tone. To say that "this unit tells you about the final book of guidance", or that "these are pages of the Qur'an - Allah's words", is to fail to distinguish between fact and faith.

CELEBRATE FESTIVALS series. Pounds . 9 hardback, Pounds . 9 paperback.

Introduces the festivals celebrated in the Islamic faith.
Xtani
Only reason I gave this 4 out of 5 is because this seems to be a little culture specific versus about generalized Islam. I purchased this to teach my children about all Islam, we are Muslims, new reverts but I wanted them to know a little about all Muslims not just us so they could have open minds about the world and this was very secular- Koran, versus Quran or other spellings and it just seemed to me to be very culture modified.
Kirizan
At last, a wonderful and authentic explanation of the Islamic holy days. Each two-page spread looks at a particular topic - 18 in all - with helpful photographs and sidebar explanations: Lunar Phases, Hadith, Prayer, The Prophet's Birthday, The Night of Power, The Night Journey, 'Id-al-Fitr, 'Id-al-Adha, Jum'ah - are just some of the topics explored. Eleven-year-old Hussain and eight-year-old Fatimah are our storytellers and guides. Very thorough and authoritatively told. Includes a glossary. We only wish they had translated the Arabic word 'Allah' into English - it means 'God'!

Book excerpt:
"When you get a new video or computer game, you read the instructions carefully to find out everything it can do, so that you can play it well. Muslims read the Koran to find out Allah's instructions about how to live a good life. Allah created us so He understands what we need to know and do to be happy and successful." - Hussain, age 10.

4th-7th - social studies/humanities
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