One Hundred Flavours of Ice Creams
by Sumayyah Hussein (Ruqaya's Bookshelf)
A beautiful and vivid storybook about family and Jannah for Muslim children!
Harun and his sister Heba are not expecting any of these things when they visit the park one afternoon - but when they end up hunting for Harun's lost soccer ball in a nearby forest, they discover a place so peaceful it makes them think of Jannah. The beautiful trees and running water make them forget their troubles--until they realize they're lost! How will they find their way out?
"The moment my daughter saw this book she asked to read it all by herself. She read the whole book in one sitting. The title is catchy for kids and the illustrations vibrant and colorful. I love that the theme of the story is Jannah. There are discussions questions at the end as well to talk about Jannah with your child and connect them with Allah. I think this is so important especially when they are young so that the love of Allah is planted in their hearts. Besides being engaging to the kids, the story has characters with positive traits and a setting they can relate to and understand..." 5 star review from Anum.
Recommended ages: +4 years
Format: 36 pages, paperback
Note: this book is a beautiful second, revised edition book to the original "One Hundred Ice Creams."