Top 10 Islam Books

    The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family
    6.5
    01
    The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family
    Written by Ibtihaj Muhammad & illustrated by Hatem Aly and S. K. Ali
    Samira Surfs
    6.3
    02
    Samira Surfs
    Written by Rukhsanna Guidroz & illustrated by Fahmida Azim
    Malala's Magic Pencil
    5.8
    03
    Malala's Magic Pencil
    Written by Malala Yousafzai & illustrated by Kerascoet
    Yaffa and Fatima: Shalom, Salaam
    5.8
    04
    Yaffa and Fatima: Shalom, Salaam
    Written by Fawzia Gilani-Williams & illustrated by Chiara Fedele
    The Gauntlet
    5.5
    #1 in Series
    05
    The Gauntlet
    Written by Karuna Riazi
    Like the Moon Loves the Sky
    5.4
    06
    Like the Moon Loves the Sky
    Written by Hena Khan & illustrated by Saffa Khan
    Our Favorite Day of the Year
    5.1
    07
    Our Favorite Day of the Year
    Written by A. E. Ali & illustrated by Rahele Jomepour Bell
    Mommy's Khimar
    5.0
    08
    Mommy's Khimar
    Written by Jamilah Tompskin-Bigelow & illustrated by Ebony Glenn
    Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets
    4.9
    09
    Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets
    Written by Hena Khan & illustrated by Mehrdokht Amini
    Ramadan
    4.8
    Series
    10
    Ramadan
    Illustrated by Rashin

This is a list of the best kids about Islamic faith and culture. The list of books about Islam includes a range of children's book types, from baby board books to picture books to chapter books. These books explore, discuss, and share a variety of stories related to Islamic faith and culture with a focus on positive messages. You can filter the list by book type or browse the full list. There are biographical books, educational books, and fictional stories featuring Muslim characters. Board and picture books are great for babies through preschool age kids. Picture and chapter books are terrific for elementary age kids and adults. Chapter books, including young adult ("YA") novels and biographies, are great for elementary to middle school age kids and tweens. This list is a free resource for parents, teachers, students, and others for finding books in English. Please let us know what you would add to the list.

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