I Wonder About the Prophet

I Wonder About the Prophet Have you ever wondered what the Prophet Muhammad believed before he became a prophet why he is so important or why he is praised so often You might wonder how he treated animals and children or if h

  • Title: I Wonder About the Prophet
  • Author: Ozkan Oze Selma Ayduz
  • ISBN: 9780860375081
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Have you ever wondered what the Prophet Muhammad believed before he became a prophet, why he is so important, or why he is praised so often You might wonder how he treated animals and children or if he performed miracles All of these questions, and many , are explored inside.Ozkan Oze was born in Turkey in 1974 While at high school, he started working at Zafer MagazHave you ever wondered what the Prophet Muhammad believed before he became a prophet, why he is so important, or why he is praised so often You might wonder how he treated animals and children or if he performed miracles All of these questions, and many , are explored inside.Ozkan Oze was born in Turkey in 1974 While at high school, he started working at Zafer Magazine s editorial office in Istanbul and discovered his love of literature and books Since then he has gone on to become the editor of Zafer Publications Group.

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    • Addressed the misconceptions that children have related to Islam and understanding the Prophet. Was presented in a child friendly manner appropriate for children aged 7-12. I wish I had such a book when I was a child.


    • NOTE: This book will go to a Muslim home of a family with kids who are more then happy to use the book and kids are excited to read it. I like the overall layout of the book, from the very beginning it was very respectful, noting that the prophet is not depicted in the illustrations. I liked that kind of a touch. Never the less being a secular atheist this book requires so much of my suspension of disbelief, that quite frankly it is not possible. As a children's book it is lovely, especially if [...]


    • This book is among the free reward options at my local library for their children's summer reading program. I was concerned about the message being portrayed, so I decided to read it for myself. First, it is a poorly written book. It reads like perhaps it was written by someone who either does not speak English fluently or is translating (again, poorly) from writings in a different language. The book speaks about the prophet and about the beginnings of Islam as though it is factual information, [...]


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